Pacifica Honolulu


1009 Kapiolani Blvd.

Kaka'ako, Honolulu,

HI 96814


Year Built: 2011    

$655,000 - $1,495,000

Units: 492    Stories: 46    

Elevators: 4

Amenities: Sauna, Heated Pool, Hot Tub, Party Room, Theaters, High Speed "Smart" Elevators 


San Diego developer Oliver McMillan purchased the stalled project known as Moana Vista in 2009 from the original developer Hawaiian Dredging at public auction. Completed in 2011, The Pacifica Honolulu is a residential high-rise made up of glass, steel and poured concrete. Convenient to restaurants, Ward Shopping centers, the Blaisdell Arena and Concert Hall and Ala Moana Shopping Center and Beach Park nearby.


The main entrance is located off Waimanu St. with a 24-hour front desk and security. The building provides secure entrances and elevators with 4 high speed “smart elevators”.  There are 17 covered guest parking stalls as well as bike storage for residents on each parking level. 





  • Community mail lounge

  • Pool and jacuzzi

  • Pool cabanas

  • Urban park

  • Party pavilion

  • Fire pit

  • Barbecue patios

  • Two state-of-the-art theaters

  • Free-standing fi tness center

  • Locker rooms and sauna



  • One-, two- and three-bedroom residences

  • Expansive views of the Pacific from Diamond Head to West Oahu and the Koolau Mountains

  • Panoramic double-glazed windows

  • Italian porcelain tile on entry, kitchen and bathroom floors

  • Custom carpeting in bedrooms, living rooms and hallways

  • Individually controlled air conditioning and metered electricity

  • Pre-wired for high-speed internet and cable television



  • Italian porcelain tile flooring

  • Granite countertops with custom finish

  • Stainless steel refrigerator, oven, cooktop, range hood, and dishwasher

  • Microwave oven



  • Italian porcelain tile flooring

  • Under mounted sinks

  • Stone countertops

  • Custom fixtures and polished chrome-finish

  • Surface mounted lighting

  • Soaking tub with shower







Pool and Hot tub; Amenities level rendering

Pacifica Lobby above with building entrance below - Artists rendition


Pacifica Honolulu Floorplans 

Please Call (808) 941-8866 or Email

Affordable Fee Simple Housing In Kaka‘ako, Honolulu HI


Pacifica Honolulu Reserved Floorplans 


Owner-Occupant Eligibility Requirements


Income and Asset Restrictions 

In addition to the foregoing eligibility requirements, an eligible owner-occupant buyer’s maximum annual adjusted household income must not exceed $102,125 for a family of only one person, or $114,380 for a family of two or more persons.


“Adjusted household income” means the total income, before taxes and personal deductions, received by all members of the prospective buyer’s household, including (but not limited to) wages, social security payments, retirement benefits, unemployment benefits, welfare benefits, and interest and dividend payments (but not including business deductions). Also, to be an eligible owner-occupant buyer, the buyer’s assets must not exceed $127,656 for a family of one person, or $142,975 for a family of two or more persons.


“Assets” include, but are not limited to, all cash, securities, and real and personal property at current fair market value, less: (i) any outstanding liabilities secured by such assets, and (ii) any retirement accounts, and (iii) gifts to assist in unit down payments.



To qualify as an eligible owner-occupant buyer of a reserved housing unit, a
prospective buyer:


  • Must be a citizen of the United States or a resident alien;


  • Must be a bona fide resident of the State of Hawaii;


  • Must be at least of legal age (18 years old);


  • Must not have a majority interest in a principal residence or a beneficial interest in a land trust on a principal residence within or without the State of Hawaii for a period of three years immediately prior to the date of application for a reserved housing unit;


  • If married, the buyer’s spouse must not have a majority interest in a principal residence or a beneficial interest in a land trust on a principal residence within or without the State of Hawaii for a period of three years immediately prior to the date of application for a reserved housing unit;


  • Must intend to be the owner and occupant of the reserved housing unit;


  • Must not have previously purchased a reserved housing unit under the Mauka Area Rules (provided,

    however, that in some circumstances, a current owner of a reserved housing unit may apply to purchase a larger reserved housing unit, as set forth in Section 15-22-182(c) of the Mauka Area Rules).




Find it on the map of Oahu