Map of Oahu

Kaneohe / Kailua

East Oahu, often referred to as “Windward Oahu” is the perfect place for those looking to get away from towering skyscrapers and busy downtown life.

You’ll be swept off to paradise as you take in the lush green landscape, fresh tradewinds, beautiful beaches, and majestic Ko’olau mountain range.

Lanikai, a small community, has one of the state’s highest real estate values.

Windsurfers, golfers, and beach goers will love all that the Windward side has to offer.

Range of private and public schools available.

 

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Honolulu

Honolulu is the heart of Oahu and home to the state capitol, Governor’s palace, Chinatown, as well as the center for business and financial institutions.

Waikiki is a hot spot for tourists, Manoa cultivates inquisitive minds at the University of Hawaii, and an array of shops and restaurants can be found at Ala Moana–the island’s largest outdoor shopping center.

This urban mecca contains a mixture of luxury high-rise condominiums, traditional apartment communities, and historical homes.

Many independent and private preschools through high schools are located around Honolulu. Including Punahou School, where current U.S. President, Barack Obama attended.

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Hawaii Kai / Kahala / Diamond Head

Locals refer to this area as Oahu’s Gold Coast lined with palatial estates, appealing beachfront properties, and upscale condominiums

Outdoor enthusiasts feel at home in this community, surrounded by golf courses, lush hiking trails, and some of the island’s best snorkeling and diving sites.

Doris Duke’s Shangri La, Kahala Hotel and Resort, Diamond Head Crater, and Sea Life Park are among some of the area’s famous attractions.

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Kapolei

Dubbed the Second City to Honolulu, where residents can “live, work, and play.”

This thriving city is home to Hawaiian Waters Adventure Park, a brand new Walt Disney Hotel, and minutes away from JW Marriott’s Ihilani Resort and Spa.

Kapolei is a rapidly growing community attracting many new housing developments, parks, and businesses.

The city has initiated a well-developed 20-year plan to continue creating jobs and resources for its residents.

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Pearl City

Centrally located between West and East Oahu.

Site of the historical Pearl Harbor attack, Arizona Memorial, and the Missouri Battleship.

Home of Aloha Stadium, which hosted NFL’s Pro Bowl for many years

National chain stores and Pearlridge Center, one of the island’s popular shopping malls

Pearl City offers a mixture of high-rise condominiums, single-family homes, and town homes.


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North Shore

Clear waters, colossal waves, and pristine beaches draw professional surfers from around the globe. Longstanding surf competitions take place at the North Shore of Oahu, such as the infamous Triple Crown of Surfing.

Escape from the hustle and bustle of urban city life to this laid-back community or enjoy nearby attractions (Waimea Valley Adventure Park, Turtle Bay Resort, and Polynesia Culture Center) as well as locally owned shops and restaurants.

Mostly single-family homes available in this area.

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