Sep 23, 2014
Exploring Anaha's Full Acre of Amenities
One of the most sophisticated and design-forward towers on O‘ahu, Anaha will set a new tone for the evolving architecture of Honolulu.
A key part of this design was effortless fun and relaxation, and nearly an entire floor has been dedicated to amenities that will literally take this concept to a whole new level. Architecture firm Solomon Cordwell Buenz tackled the challenge of keeping all types of residents in mind as they sculpted the future 7th floor of Anaha, and it is a sight to behold.
Here's the view: Upon arriving at the expansive level, future owners will be welcomed by tradewinds blowing coolly from the Pacific Ocean. They will be able to choose to stroll over to a state-of-the-art fitness center overlooking Diamond Head or to hit the courts for a game of sand volleyball or tennis. Families will find friends quickly around the two children's play areas, one indoor, one outdoor.
For those who love to golf and were afraid city living meant retiring their clubs, a golf simulator and putting green will quickly get that swinging stance up to snuff. From a dog park to a library and cinema to several dining spaces and a chef's kitchen for catering and entertaining, the amenities level supports a plethora of activities and occasions. Afterhours—or anytime—owners can play a game of pool in the billiards room.
And then, of course, there is the pool. Alongside a hot tub, sauna, and spa treatment rooms will be a stunning cantilevered pool, a beautiful body of water surrounded by lounge chairs and greenery, providing a sophisticated touch that will have swimmers feeling as if they are floating in the sky. From the pool, residents of all ages will be able to watch surfers enjoying Ala Moana breaks or soak up the sun as it sets on the Pacific Ocean.
To find out more about Anaha and Ward Village's effortless living, visit the Ward Village Sales Center daily from 10:00am - 5:00pm.
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