What Can You Get for $1 Million?

It seems like an audacious amount of money, but just how far will a cool million take you when you’re shopping for a house on Oahu?


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1199 Bishop St., #27B

The Pinnacle

$995,000 fee simple
Two bedrooms, three baths
1,423 square feet

Those who want to be in the middle of downtown Honolulu with the comforts of a single-family home will probably look to The Pinnacle, a luxury condo on Bishop Street. There are only two residences per floor, and people who live there say it’s rare to see anyone else in the elevator. This unit is just under a million and features pristine finishes and upgrades, spacious lanai, and biometrically keyed elevators that take you to two separate entrances. Listed by Tina Bovino-Agostini, Coldwell Banker Pacific Properties

 


223 Saratoga Road, #2021

Trump Tower Waikiki

$1,000,000 fee simple
Studio
441 square feet

In the luxurious Trump Waikiki, you can find a 441-square-foot studio (yes, studio) for $1 million. At least it’s on a high floor—the views from the floor-to-ceiling windows are breathtaking—and comes fully furnished, so you can move right in. If you’re living in the middle of Waikiki, you may not need a car, either. Listed by Perry Kunishige, Coldwell Banker Pacific Properties

 


720 Kapiolani Blvd.

The Vanguard Lofts

Three bedrooms, two baths

At this writing, there were five units available in this luxury loft development, of which four were in the million-dollar price range, all about 1,400 square feet. These stylish, modern lofts are the result of breathing new life into the old National Cash Register Building—apartments with the true, gritty, urban feel of those in other metropolitan cities like San Francisco, New York and Chicago. The Vanguard Lofts comprise 36 units and 3,616 square feet of ground-floor retail. Listed by Mark Berkowitz, Heyer & Associates

 

 

 

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