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Honolulu

Honolulu

About Honolulu

345,610 in city
907,574 in metro
102.6 mi² (265.72 km²)

Honolulu is the state capital and largest city in Hawaii. It is a cosmopolitan city of industry, finance, recreation, and culture. The city is a crossroads of trans-Pacific air and shipping routes and the gathering place for the state. The city-county of Honolulu comprises all of the island of Oahu, but there are no incorporated cities in Hawaii. Honolulu is usually loosely defined as the area from just east of Pearl Harbor to the Hawaii Kai.

The city skyline extends from the Airport area residential towers through Downtown to the hotel towers that line Waikiki Beach and extend beyond Diamond Head.

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No. of Buildings

No. Current status
539 All buildings
17
planned
4
under construction
502
existing
4
demolished
12
unbuilt

Tallest buildings

# Building Height Year
1 First Hawaiian Center 429 ft 1996
2 Moana Pacific East Tower 422 ft 2008
3 Moana Pacific West Tower 422 ft 2008
4 Hokua at 1288 Ala Moana 418 ft 2006
5 Nauru Tower 418 ft 1992

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