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Queen Emma Gardens
Located in Downtown Honolulu
  
Queen Emma Gardens
Queen Emma Gardens was constructed and completed in 1963. The complex, situated on over 8 acres of park like grounds, is located in downtown Honolulu and consists of three high rise buildings, the Prince, Queen and King Towers.
 
Prince Tower:
1511 Nuuanu Ave. This 12 story building contains 235 units including studios, one bedroom and two bedroom units.

Queen Tower:
1515 Nuuanu Ave. A 23 story building with 176 units including one and two bedroom units.

King Tower:
1519 Nuuanu Ave. A 23 story building with 176 units including one and two bedroom units. The King and Queen Towers are identical buildings.
FEATURES
Swimming Pool, Children's Wading Pool, Landscaped Gardens and Grounds, Jogging/Strolling Paths, 2 Tea Houses, Koi
Ponds, Picnic Areas, Covered Parking, Community Library, Meeting Room, Resident Manager, and Ample Guest Parking.
LOCAL AREA
Foster Botanical Gardens, a shopping center who's anchor tenants are Longs Drugs and Safeway, and the Nuuanu
YMCA are located directly across Nuuanu Ave., Vineyard Blvd., and Bishop St. from Queen Emma Gardens. Bus
stops adjoin the property. The financial district, corporate headquarters and municipal buildings are a short walk
away. Shopping and restaurants abound in the area.
MAINTENANCE FEE
The monthly maintenance fee for each unit is based on the living area, excluding any lanai. Items covered by this
charge include electricity, water, hot water, sewer, insurance, security and common area maintenance. An additional
cost of $60/month is charged for each air conditioner installed.
SCHOOLS
Royal Elementary, Central Intermediate and McKinley High School are in the Queen Emma Gardens school district.