Waikiki remains Oahu’s most iconic tourist attraction, but it is also home to a diverse and vibrant residential neighborhood. This community of condominiums shares the 2-mile stretch of urban Waikiki with visitors from all over the world. Residential life in Waikiki has morphed from a small community of surfers and artists in the 1960s to an urbanized neighborhood of high-rises after a $100 million initiative by several private developers in the 1970s. Family-oriented attractions in the area include the Honolulu Zoo, Waikiki Aquarium, and the famous Waikiki shoreline with its soft sand and gentle surf. Although much of the district is hotels and condominiums, several nearby open spaces remain available for residents to leisurely enjoy greenery. Kapiolani Park serves as a practice arena for various sports and activities that local teams utilize year-round. The park also features tennis courts and an archery range that is available to the public. The Kapiolani Bandstand and Waikiki Shell offer concert venues for rising, local artists and nationally recognized acts to share their music and message with the people of Hawaii. The school district in Waikiki offers several elementary school options (Waikiki Elementary, Ala Wai Elementary, and Thomas Jefferson Elementary), which feed into the Kaimuki High School and Kalani High School complex districts.
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