By now, you’ve probably heard about a condo near Hawaii that is listed on Zillow as having a penthouse on the property.
It’s called Cross Creek Condominiums and the property sits just west of Waikiki’s Kailua Beach and on the shores of Oahu’s popular Cross Creek.
In 2016, the building was listed for $1.7 million.
However, this year, the listing has been pulled down, and the building is now listed for just $900,000.
The listing was pulled down because it had “no current occupancy,” according to Zillower.
As a result, there is no listing on Zillslotter.com.
The building’s name has also been removed from the listing, meaning that the unit is no longer available for rental.
While Cross Creek was listed in 2016, it has since been listed as vacant.
As the listing was removed, many of the condos in the property have been sold out, according to the Hawaiian Reporter.
The condominium, which is owned by a family trust, has been empty for almost a year.
The family has yet to pay off the mortgage.
As of August, the family was still owed about $4,000 in back rent.
According to the Honolulu Star-Advertiser, the trust that owns the building has not paid off the back rent, either.
The trust had been unable to pay its bills because of the storm, according the newspaper.
It is not clear if the trust will be able to pay the debt.
The group that owns Cross Creek has not responded to multiple requests for comment.