Building Analysis - 801 South St: ~ by Jonathan Ford Building and Site Features
801 South St. is at the site of the old Honolulu Advertiser building, is a 2 tower project designed by Kayzu Yatu AIA & Associated and developed by Downtown Capital LLC. The same development team who also developed 1133 Waimanu and 215 North King Street - both projects are known for low maintenance fees, reasonable prices and solid design.
The concrete towers will have glass lanais and concrete walls between the units to help reduce noise from neighbors. A photo-voltaic system on the roof of the parking structures should help offset common area electric costs and help play a role in keeping maintenance fees low.
The two towers are fully residential while the iconic portion of the old Honolulu Advertiser building off of Kapiolani Blvd will be restored and maintained for commercial use.
The site features efficient and well lit pedestrian walkways along with landscaped grounds and a parking garage for each tower. The location is very convenient for those who work in downtown and like the ability to walk to work.
Common Areas for Residents
This project is for those who prefer low maintenance fees over ample amenities. There is a large recreation/meeting room with kitchen, TV and bathrooms in each tower.
Visitor parking is available at the ground floor of each parking garage. Bicycle and surfboard storage as well as additional parking will be available for rent.
The visitor lobby include management and security offices as well as a coffee counter. Security is to include: guards, camera surveillance, electronic fobs entries, Enterphone systems and will be further supported by well-lit grounds.
Pets will be restricted to 1 household pet, 20 pounds max. Pets must be carried through the common areas.
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