Laurie Chang Murphy, RA
Coldwell Banker Pacific Properties

I work in all areas of Oahu, but here are a few areas that I specialize in:

Diamond Head
Diamond Head is defined by its residents’ vibrant energy, appreciation of the arts and enthusiastic participation in life. I grew up in and currently live in this neighborhood so it is definitely one of my favorites!
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Waikiki is without a doubt the most famous location in Hawaii. Once a playground for Hawaii’s royalty, today Waikiki is best known for its beaches, resorts and hotels.
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East Oahu
Twelve miles east of downtown Honolulu is the community of Hawaii Kai which was developed by Henry Kaiser in the late 1950s and 60s to be a self-sustained community with its own golf course, movie theater, library, retail, restaurants, parks and schools.
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Downtown Honolulu is the historic, economic, governmental, and central part of Honolulu. It can be subdivided into four neighborhoods – the Capitol District, the Central Business District, Chinatown and the Waterfront.
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Situated between downtown Honolulu and Waikiki, Kakaako is one of the most vibrant and fastest-changing communities of urban Honolulu.
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University District (Makiki, Manoa, Kaimuki)
Just northeast of downtown Honolulu is the neighborhood of Makiki which stretches east to west from Punahou Street to Pensacola Street and north to south from Round Top Drive/Makiki Heights Drive to Lunalilo Freeway.
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Kailua and the Windward Coast
A short drive from Honolulu over the mountainous Pali Highway will bring you to Oahu’s lush Windward Coast. Upon exiting the tunnels to the other side of the Koolau Mountain Range, Oahu’s Windward Coast feels like a whole new world.
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