This is why we spent so much time and money on the spalling project. Here is a spalling disaster at nearby Foster Tower that a resident caught on camera. It’s lucky that no one was under the concrete when it fell:
The Board recently (November, 2017) sought clarification from the City and County of Honolulu as to whether short-term rentals (less than 30 days) are permitted at Waikiki Lanais. In response to this inquiry, the City and County of Honolulu has advised short term rentals are not permitted at Waikiki Lanais.
Please see the letter from the City and County of Honolulu Department of Planning and Permitting provided in response to an inquiry made by the AOAO’s attorney at the direction of the Board.
The Board previously sent a notification by mail to all owners in December advising as to the City’s position that short term rentals are not permitted at Waikiki Lanais. The Board is now exploring how to identify violations and end this illegal practice. In the interim, please be advised of the following:
The next meeting of the Board is scheduled for December 4th at 6:30 on the rooftop. Owners are encouraged to attend.
Our property manager, Leo Tom, was involved in a surfing accident at Makaha Beach on Saturday, October 28th. Unfortunately, he passed away the next day. Everyone at Waikiki Lanais expresses their sincerest condolences to Leo’s family.
The next Board meeting will be held on Wednesday, October 18th, 6:30pm on the roof deck. An agenda will be posted on this website in advance of the meeting.
Waikiki Lanais welcomes Joshua Jay as our new Resident Manager! Joshua joins us from 1350 Ala Moana. His first day will be Monday, October 2.
The resurfacing of the fifth floor parking garage has been completed the last week of September! Cars have returned to their assigned stalls and the ramps are clear again.