1700 Ala Moana Blvd #2002, Honolulu, HI 96815
OFF MARKET

1700 Ala Moana Blvd #2002
Honolulu, HI 96815

Waikiki
  • Studio
  • 1 Bath
  • 386 sqft
  • Studio
  • 1 Bath
  • 386 sqft

$165,500

Trulia Estimate
as of Mar 1, 2024
Est. Refi. Payment $938/mo*

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Description

This property is not currently for sale or for rent on Trulia. The description and property data below may have been provided by a third party, the homeowner or public records.
This condo is located at 1700 Ala Moana Blvd #2002, Honolulu, HI. 1700 Ala Moana Blvd #2002 is in the Waikiki neighborhood in Honolulu, HI and in ZIP code 96815. This property has 1 bathroom and approximately 386 sqft of floor space. This property has a lot size of 0.89 acres and was built in 1984.

Home Highlights

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A/C
Cooling only
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Home Details for 1700 Ala Moana Blvd #2002

Interior Features

Levels, Entrance, & Accessibility
Stories: 1Floors: Tile
Interior Details
Number of Rooms: 2
Heating & Cooling
Air ConditioningCooling System: Central

Exterior Features

Exterior Home Features
Roof: OtherExterior: OtherFoundation Type: Concrete

Property Information

Year Built
Year Built: 1984
Property Type / Style
Property Type: CondoArchitecture: Other

Lot Information

Lot Area: 0.89 acres

Price History for 1700 Ala Moana Blvd #2002

DatePriceEventSource
08/07/2015$245,000ListingRemovedAgent Provided
07/30/2013$245,000PriceChange
Agent Provided
10/06/2012$138,500Listed For SaleAgent Provided
12/22/2006$169,000Sold
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04/26/2002$50,800Sold
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Property Taxes and Assessment

Year2022
Tax$480
Assessment$137,200
Home facts updated by county records

Assigned Schools

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What Locals Say about Waikiki

  • Itkdsym
    "The best attraction for your kids are the beach and museums not many other attractions around that are safe ir allow for kids under 2 years old"
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  • Kathy Rowley
    "I do not know; I am not a dog owner and don’t plan on being one anytime soon. I do not know; I am not a dog owner and don’t plan on being one anytime soon. "
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  • Trulia User
    "Lots of people walking around at night, feels very safe and people are friendly. Very touristy area. Lots to do!"
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  • Trulia User
    "Great area for fun and sun! Love the beach, mall, restaurants, and shopping! Fantastic place for families!"
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  • Trulia User
    "pet owners not picking up animal excrement and not having required leash according to leash law. unsightly homeless community sleeping on sidewalk and places of business after hours at night,"
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  • Trulia User
    "The traffic is not so bad. But definitely a lot of people going to the Diamond Creater area. Overall, It sure looks like a very nice area/community. "
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  • Trulia User
    " It sure just visiting but I like the neighborhood. I would definitely buy property around here or around the neighborhood. Lots of restaurants and shopping stores,malls, shops and activities for the family. Lots of nice beaches "
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  • Trulia User
    "It’s got a family oriented atmosphere and still gives you that Hawaii island vibe since it’s down the street from Waikiki"
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  • Helene B.
    "Riding my bike or walk everywhere. Nice area but noisy with traffic, people. Unfortunately a lot of homeless. "
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  • Tyesha C.
    "Waikiki gives you access to a lot of great shopping & restaurants. You do need a car of you don’t like walking. There is hourly parking garages all over downtown. You’re in walking distance from the beach. If you have a family of 3 more more you may not want to live downtown. There are a lot of homeless people around, be mindful of your surroundings. "
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  • Dean C.
    "The bus line is just steps from my front door. The city’s bus system is wonderful and will take you anywhere around the island for just a few dollars"
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  • Dean C.
    "Many condos in Waikiki have a “no pets” policy. Unfortunately, Honolulu is behind the curve in this regard. However, there are some beautiful green spaces to walk your dog. "
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  • Ashtonmooney808
    "I’ve lived in Waikiki for 3 years and have been in and out of places all over the island I love the island in general, Waikiki is a great places to celebrate and have a great time any holiday family time or gathering, I personally don’t recommend it because of how small it is and easy packed it can get traffic can be difficult and there has a been a lot of documented thefts here in Waikiki being targeted towards “tourists”"
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  • Fox.natasha
    "It’s close to everything from ocean, parks, restaurants, shops, and public transportation. Convenient. "
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  • Trulia User
    "Kalakaua Ave. parades. longboard competitions, street artists on side walk, Kalakaua closure for bikes. "
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  • Jason B.
    "There are alot of homeless people and drug users on the streets. Beautiful area, just be aware of where your children are."
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  • J Kim
    "Fun living here for sure. So many nice restaurants and shops. Near to beach’s and parks. Sometimes I get tired of busy vacation seasons and people from all over the places but it is still my favorite place to live. "
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  • Lennard
    "waikiki is a very dog friendly area w lots of dogs in the neighborhood and lots of green space and parks to walk them down"
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  • Spraytanabby
    "Parades, street fairs, farmers markets, surfing, shopping, plenty of Biki bikes to ride, and hotels to walk through "
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  • A C.
    "No place for kids Noisy and busy Touristy to the point that is all there is. Nice shopping and restaurants "
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  • Joannagnew
    " schools within walking distance, walking distance grocery stores and stores. free available parking and close parks. "
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  • Dawn M.
    "I don't know enough about the neighborhood!... I haven't really seen children in this neighborhood as I've driven or walked through. "
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  • Szamosi A.
    "Very easy and fairly quick on a moped. Public transportataion is also very common and I sometimes use bikis"
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  • Deedeethyssen
    "I love seeing all the people waking the dogs. Great variety of dogs. The Ala Wai is perfect to walk the dogs and to run"
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  • Sean S.
    "Lots of bars you can walk to, a good mix of various cultures, and an odd mix of locals and tourists "
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  • Leticia M.
    "In a centralized location or in a mall in the community area. There are lots of tourist around so most all of the events are catered towards them. "
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  • Kevin A.
    "Theres a lot of dogs that run around and theres little to no mess in grass for your dog to use the bathroom."
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  • Sam M.
    "Hi! I live and work in Waikiki. I love living here, I’m in the middle of everything and can get anywhere easily. I like to go to bars and meet with friends. The beach is super close as well! I’ve closer to downtown Honolulu than diamond head, so my neighborhood is terry safe. The closer you get to the zoo, the less safe after 10 it is. "
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  • Jeffandros
    "A game of dodge ball, impatient risk-loving drivers, chronic construction. Congested intersections. Tight parking. Ug."
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  • Lisa K.
    "I I wish I can own a dog most apartments don't let you have dogs and if they do let you have dogs you have to pay $500 for a deposit and I just can't do that so I love dogs and I like my neighbors to have dogs and I would like to have a dog but just doesn't seem not to mention I'm blind and I don't need a seeing eye dog because I use a cane and I get around just fine aloha and thank you"
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  • Justin
    "Be cautious to the fact that Waikiki is a high traffic area. Filled with tourism and taxi drivers in a rush."
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  • Cherisemusselman
    "I’ve lived in this neighborhood for several years and it’s always changing with new businesses and eateries. It’s nice with the beach being only a few blocks away no matter where you live in Waikiki. Also, Ala Moana Mall and Walmart are within walking/biking distance. "
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  • Cherise M.
    "I see dogs being walked all the time in my area. It’s definitely a very dog friendly area with a lot of friendly dog owners who enjoy mingling with each other so their dogs can have doggy friends. "
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  • Niki K.
    "Waikiki is great because you are in walking distance of everything you need and more. There's markets, the beach, the mall, shopping outlets, the gym, parks, clubs, etc."
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  • Beloved_al
    "Everything is really close. The canal is a nice feature is u have a balcony over looking it. The beach is really close. So many restaurants. Lots of bike rentals. A park nearby. Mall nearby. Easier to walk around here than drive if u live really close. Parking is a nightmare."
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  • Noriko B.
    "I own an unit in this area and visiting a few times a year. Neighbors are friendly, streets are safe most of times. Beach is right there. Lots of shops and restaurants."
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  • Barbara C.
    "Noisy, but it's Waikiki! Great walking area, close to the beach, Ft DeRussy, bus lines, shopping, great restaurants. Don't need a car and parking is tooo expensive."
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Homes for Rent Near 1700 Ala Moana Blvd #2002

Off Market Homes Near 1700 Ala Moana Blvd #2002

1700 Ala Moana Blvd #2002, Honolulu, HI 96815 is a studio, 1 bathroom, 386 sqft condo built in 1984. 1700 Ala Moana Blvd #2002 is located in Waikiki, Honolulu. This property is not currently available for sale. 1700 Ala Moana Blvd #2002 was last sold on Dec 22, 2006 for $169,000. The current Trulia Estimate for 1700 Ala Moana Blvd #2002 is $165,500.