LUMA, First Hill’s newest condominium tower, will soon begin welcoming new residents.

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SEATTLE — Next weekend marks the opening of LUMA Condominiums, where construction is complete and 75 percent of the homes have been presold.

First Hill’s newest condominium tower will soon begin welcoming new residents, opening the doors to its modern homes, impressive amenities and stunning art installations, says Julie McAvoy, the sales director.

“We’re ecstatic to be able to show off the entire building,” she says. “Visitors will be able to see the gorgeous finishes, the artwork, the fabulous amenities and the spectacular views. Guests to LUMA will simply be blown away.”

Tours of the building offer prospective buyers a glimpse of the finished units, city views and amenity spaces. The sales center is now open onsite; walk-ins are welcome, but appointments are recommended, McAvoy says.

She says one of LUMA’s most popular amenities is its rooftop floor, which offers a variety of intimate and social spaces. The interior features a library, fireplace lounge and private dining room with seating for eight or more.

An outside terrace has numerous gathering spaces, including a community firepit and a soaking pool that overlooks downtown Seattle and Lake Union.

LUMA will have a full-time concierge staff providing a range of 24-hour services. Homeowners can tap their local expertise and connections for restaurant recommendations and reservations, theater and concert tickets, service and repair appointments and more.

Key to the look and feel of LUMA is its artwork, which is located in public areas such as the lobby and elevator hallways, as well as in the rooftop clubroom spaces. LUMA commissioned local artists from the greater Seattle area to create original pieces from black and white photography, sculptures, cut paper art and large-scale murals.

A variety of homes are still available at LUMA. One-bedroom homes with views are priced from the mid-$500,000s, and two-bedroom homes range from the high $700,000s to the low $1.3 millions.