|Date||July 14, 2017 (2017-07-14)|
|Coordinates|| / 21.2874972; -157.8284806 / 21.2874972; -157.8284806|
The Marco Polo condo fire was a fire that occurred at 2:17pm on July 14, 2017 in the 36-story Marco Polo condominum building at 2333 Kapiolani Boulevard in the McCully-Mōʻiliʻili neighborhood of Honolulu, Hawaii. 3 people were killed, and 13 others (including 1 firefighter) were injured.
The Marco Polo was completed in 1971. A previous fire in 2013 caused $1.1 million in property damage to two apartments, but no injuries were reported.
A fire was initially reported at 2:17pm on the 26th floor of the building, and spread across a dozen apartments on the 26th, 27th, and 28th floors. The bodies of three victims were found on the 26th floor. Over 100 firefighters from the Honolulu Fire Department responded to the fire. Firefighters are expected to continue monitoring the fire overnight. A shelter for displaced residents was established at ʻIolani School.