Mānoa and Nu‘uanu are multicultural valley communities, a reflection of the institutions that lie just downstream.

Welcome to Mānoa/Nu‘uanu

Historic Residence, The legacy of the Monarchy, The legacy of old Hawai‘i, Historic Legacy

Sense of Place

Steeped in Hawaiian history and cultural legacy, the Mānoa and Nu‘uanu regions harken back to a time when the Hawaiian monarchy reigned over Hawai‘i’s people and faced challenges from the competing Eastern and Western cultures that also came to define the Hawai‘i we see today. The verdant, rain-soaked valleys of Mānoa and Nu‘uanu are filled with expansive, historic Victorian and plantation-style estates beset by towering old-growth canopy trees and lava rock walls filled with ferns and orchids. Once home to Hawaiian royalty, today’s meandering neighborhoods of Nu‘uanu follow tree-lined streams, where privacy is valued and homes are hidden behind flourishing tropical flora. In Mānoa Valley, the neighborhood has a distinct historic feel, and features the mid-century modern architecture of design greats like Vladimir Ossipoff and Frank Lloyd Wright. The nearby University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa only adds to the regal and stately character of the region.​​​​​​​​​​​​​


Mānoa and Nu‘uanu are multicultural valley communities, a reflection of the institutions that lie just downstream. In Mānoa, you’ll find a lively, youthful pulse around Mānoa Marketplace, with locally owned coffee shops, eclectic eateries, and studious hangouts. In the back of this rain-soaked neighborhood, Lyon Arboretum and Mānoa Falls provide local on-the-trail adventures and a jump-off point for serious hikers to explore the Ko‘olau Mountains. Next door in Nu‘uanu Valley, Downtown Honolulu is just a stone’s throw away. A great locale for those working in the Downtown financial or historic districts, Nu‘uanu is also close to Honolulu’s finest restaurants and historic Chinatown.​​​​​​​


Mānoa and Nu‘uanu real estate offers luxury estates, historic residences, and single-family homes. Prices vary on the location of the property. Listing prices range from $TKTK million to $TKTKTK million for luxury estates, and from $TKTK million to $TKTKTK million for single-family homes.​​​​​​​


  • Maemae Elementary
  • Manoa Elementary
  • Noelani Elementary
  • Nuuanu Elementary
  • Pauoa Elementary
  • University of Hawaii at Manoa
  • Mid-Pacific Institute
  • Punahou

Work With Jason

Whether representing buyers or sellers, Jason continues to help his clients achieve their long term real estate goals through his extensive local market knowledge and professionalism, making him a successful and trusted agent throughout the island of Oahu.