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Luma Coming to Seattle’s First Hill

Seattle’s skyline is changing. The construction of Luma, First Hill’s newest condominium tower at 1321 Seneca broke ground in November 2014. A joint venture between Lowe Enterprises and Alecta, it is said to be the first building of its kind to be developed in the neighborhood since 1982.

The sleek 24 story tower, designed by Weber Thompson (the firm behind Fifteen Twenty-One Second Ave), will feature 168 condominiums. The units will range in size from 600 to 1700 square feet and thirty-five different floorplans will be available for purchase. Potential owners will be able to choose from comfortable studios as well as one- and two-bedroom homes, with select units featuring outdoor terraces. Other building highlights will include five levels of subterranean parking, storage stations and a pet area. The price range is also bound to appeal to a wide audience, with prices starting in the mid $300,000s and going beyond the $1 million mark.

The world-class amenities at Luma Seattle will include a rooftop deck with 360-degree views of the city, barbecues and an outside dining area. For those who prefer to stay indoors, the options will include a clubroom with a billiard area, a library, a sun room, a fireplace lounge and a conference room. The residents who enjoy physical activity will undoubtedly appreciate the gym and bicycle repair areas.

Luma’s fantastic location cannot be overlooked: the building is being constructed in the quiet & established First Hill neighborhood yet walking distance from the bustling Pine/Pike corridor. Moreover, the First Hill Streetcar Line will be up and running by the time Luma is finished, giving the building’s residents convenient access to Pioneer Square

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Luma is expected to be completed in the summer of 2016. For more information please contact the Stroupe Group.

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