Capitol Place is located at 1200 Queen Emma. Amenities for Capitol Place include: BBQ, Club House, Exercise Room, Heated Pool, Meeting Room, Patio/Deck, Pool, Recreation Area, Recreation Room, Resident Manager, Security Guard, Storage, Trash Chute, Whirlpool. Capitol Place was built in 2008.
Location and Building Features
Sleekly modern and attractive, the “Capitol Place” was built in 2008 by one of Honolulu’s most upscale developers, The Kobayashi Group. Located in downtown Honolulu at 1200 Queen Emma Street and standing 39 floors high, this glass and concrete condo unit consists of materials and elements that create an ambiance of comfort and sophistication. The residential lobby can be found on the second level, while an auto dealership occupies the ground floor. Offering a fast getaway by car or local transport, Capitol Place is situated in a key location near the H1 freeway and Pali Highway. It provides downtown workers the convenience of walking but a short distance to where they work in downtown Honolulu.
Resident Common Areas
The twenty-first century lobby is arrayed in dark wood and stone as well as glinting brushed steel and beautiful Hawaiian art. The security guard station located near the mail room in the lobby is state of the art and offers 24-hour security and surveillance. A bank of five high-speed elevators stands ready to whisk residents up to their stylish digs throughout the 394-condo building.
The fifth and seventh floors offer an assortment of amenities for residents that include a theater facility with leather reclining seats, a spacious fitness center with top quality equipment, trellis-covered barbeque cabanas, a hot tub, infinity pool, a music chamber, yoga room, an extensive meeting room, a dog park and a jungle gym safe for kids.
Private Condo Amenities
The building’s best views are even-numbered units that face east toward the ocean, Diamond Head and the state capitol. Panoramic views and intriguing layouts provide for corner units. Occupying the top six floors, Penthouse units are larger in size but don’t offer lanais.
Sporting an urban chic style, kitchens offer off-white enameled cabinets, stainless steel appliances and contrasting countertops of matte black granite. High-end appliances by Viking consist of a built-in oven with range hood, a glass cook-top, a cabinet-depth refrigerator and stylish dishwasher. Several condo units are equipped with wall ovens and wine coolers. Most of the units offer kitchens containing islands for barstools. Units also feature an expansive master bathroom with an opulent polished stone shower with glass-enclosed soaking tub areas and double-vanity sinks surrounded by attractive marble counters.
Requiring a condenser unit on each lanai, air conditioning is supplied by split units. Glass exterior floor-to-ceiling walls are designed and insulated to keep radiant heat out. Opening a few inches are awning-type bedroom windows in each unit. Every unit also provides a washer/dryer, and a glass sliding door provides entrance to a unit’s small lanai.
These condos will attract buyers with discriminating tastes who appreciate swank amenities and who will enjoy walking to work in nearby downtown Honolulu.