Sneak Peak at the Residences at Mandarin Oriental, HonoluluAuthor:Michelle Konstantinovsky
Starting October 1, 49 lucky would-be homeowners had the chance to start swooping up sales of The Residences at Mandarin Oriental Hotel and Residences, Honolulu. Established by Los Angeles-based Salem Partners and owned by Mana’olana Partners, The Residences feature the work of renowned international designers including Dianna Wong, Meyer Davis, Hart Howerton and Molteni&C Dada and pricing is estimated to start at $3.5 million.
Last month’s limited release of 49 Residences came courtesy of The Residence’s the Friends and Family program, but more openings are on the way. The 37-story tower will rise 418-feet and overlook the cityscape and Ala Moana coastline, with the 99 total Residences taking up real estate on the uppermost floors. The open floor plans are set to be accentuated by sophisticated interiors with finishes by Dianna Wong that blend classicism and modernity, sparing use of color, and simple geometry.
The hotel and residences will also showcase a public water and light installation designed by Fluidity Design, and each Residence will open to a spacious lanai featuring designs by auWorkshop architects+urbanists. All homeowners will get the chance to take in the daily eye candy of the Pacific Ocean while a select few residents will score homes featuring views of Hawaii’s Diamond Head volcano. With a limited number of homes per floor, each Residence is designed to provide high-level privacy and security, and all Residences will feature best-in-class appliances, fits and finishes throughout, including Sub-Zero wine storage and Gaggenau ovens.
The Residences at Mandarin Oriental, Honolulu will be the very first to bring Italian designer Molteni&C Dada to Hawaii, featuring an extensive design collaboration, with several soon-to-be-announced designs. The 743,000-square-foot tower will also house 125 contemporary guest rooms, each designed to reflect the local culture while paying homage to Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group’s heritage.
Homeowners will also have exclusive access to a private residents-only amenity level comprised of a luxury pool, spa, Peloton room, chef’s kitchen with a dining room, golf simulation room, outdoor lounge space complete with cabanas and fire pits, as well as a karaoke room and state-of-the-art Theater. And did we mention the dining options? The extensive resident perks include preferred access to a limited-seating dining experience by a Michelin Star Chef in a speakeasy-inspired space underneath a floating garden, as well as priority seating at the signature restaurant and bar by a second Michelin Star Chef kitchen located on the second level of the hotel. Residents will also have privileged usage of an exhibition kitchen on a separate floor.
The property’s Retail Salon will offer a bespoke shopping experience to homeowners and guests, featuring merchandise from couture fashion and accessories to jewelry and luxury timepieces. The expansive indoor-outdoor terrace will also be surrounded by curated gathering spaces for celebrations and a 20,000-square-foot signature Mandarin Oriental Spa, which would make it O’ahu’s largest and most lavish spa to date.
The project is slated to break ground in early 2020 with an anticipated completion date of mid 2022. For more information visit: www.moresidenceshonolulu.com or get in touch with the sales team firstname.lastname@example.org and 808-208-8800.