Male cones 1.5" long, catkin like. One reference suggests that males are only produced on trees 40+ years old. (Norfolk Island Botanical Gardens home page, accessed 1998, now defunct).
Location: Lots, as its often sold as a house plant.
4235 Opal Cliffs Dr.
Corner of Santa Cruz St and West Cliff, (may be different species)
206 Morrissey Blvd is a heritage tree, listed in 2005 and said to be the first of its species to be planted in Santa Cruz, nice Phoenix canariensis as well.