Waikiki Galleria Tower is the newest partner in Hawaiian Electric's energy-saving program, Fast DR (Demand Response).  Organizations that qualify will receive $3,000+ in electricity credits per year and help Oahu use more renewable energy.  

"By reducing our energy costs under the Fast DR Programs, we provide our tenants with the added benefit reducing our common area expenses here at Waikiki Galleria Tower.  As an active Fast DR participant,  we are helping HECO to control electricity demand during critical energy periods."

Yuji Hata (S), Property Manager, Waikiki Galleria Tower

  • Management Office located in Suite 1003 (Monday to Friday- 0800 to 1700)
  • Gated, Manned Parking Access from Lewer Street.  Cleaned and groomed DAILY.  5 stories parking, very clean, always available for tenant and tenant’s customer (limit public parking)
  • Security Guard always present 24/7/365
  • High Resolution Security Cameras
  • On-Site Building Engineer Staff
  • Full janitorial services daily and included in rent
  • DS-3 High Speed internet access
  • 100% occupancy with waiting list
  • Inset windows, protects from exterior and interior heat and reflectivity pollution.  A peripheral catwalk also provides for window cleaning sans suspension (thereby reducing maintenance costs)
  • Exceptional management, engineering, and security team


Constructed for the Bank of Hawaii in 1966 by George Wimberly, the building's architectural design is a fusion of Polynesia and post-modernism. The result of these combined influences is a glass office tower in the international style with a lattice structure or exosleleton reminiscent of Hawaiian or tropical aesthetic motifs.   Mr. Wimberly's informed designed with exterior, inset windows, protects from direct sunlight and provides a cat walk for easy cleaning.  Mr. Wimberly also designed other striking and enduring edifices in Hawaii:  

  • Valley of the Temples Chapel in 'Ähuimanu on the Windward Side
  • Foodland supermarket at Windward Shopping Center (1953) in Käne'ohe
  • Bank of Hawai'i building, 15-stories (1966)
  • Sheraton Waikïkï
  • Sheraton Maui "clinging to the side of a prominent rock outcropping at Kaanapali Beach" (1963)
  • Kona Hilton, a "primitivist, bony, whitewashed" building  "built on a rocky point at Kailua Bay on the Big Island" (1968)