When I say “old Hawaii,” I mean places where locals have lived for decades. These are not the new flashy high-rises in Kaka’ako, but rather buildings like this one that rose from the ground in 1969. The Regency at Kahala is a tall, 20-plus-story slice of Hawaii.
There are four units per floor … a one-bedroom, two two-bedrooms, and a three-bedroom unit. There are minor differences in square footage in the same floor plan due to some units having enclosed their patios (and you know how I feel about that!).
Sunday, I braved sheets of rain to walk over to a quadruple open house that featured two one-bedroom units and one example each of two- and three-bedroom units. My favorites were the one-bedroom and the three-bedroom units, which mostly came down to view. These two face the water, though on Sunday they all faced the rain.