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SEATTLE — A dozen homes remain at LUMA Condominiums. The First Hill high-rise, which opened just over a month ago, has sold more than 90 percent of its 168 units.

“We’re one of the most-talked-about buildings in Seattle, with an unbeatable location straddling First Hill and Capitol Hill,” says Julie McAvoy, LUMA’s sales director. “Residents can enjoy the quiet of tree-lined streets and stunning historic architecture in their immediate vicinity, and walk a few blocks to the glamour and excitement of Capitol Hill, Seattle’s most forward-thinking dining and nightlife destination.”

One of the featured homes still available at LUMA is Unit 908, which boasts a one-bedroom, one-bathroom plan with 846 square feet of living space. It has a kitchen island with bar seating for three, Bosch and Samsung appliances, and the signature LUMA kitchen canopy.

All homes at LUMA include central air conditioning for year-round comfort.

“Residence 908 is a spacious home featuring an open great room that is perfect for entertaining,” says McAvoy. “Enjoy sweeping north-facing views of Lake Union, Capitol Hill and the Space Needle from your living room and large master suite.”

The master also has a walk-in closet and a dual-entry double-vanity bath with tile shower.

McAvoy encourages interested homebuyers to tour the home and see the “beautiful light-filled living spaces with exceptionally large windows throughout.”

LUMA homeowners have exclusive access to the top-floor terrace, which is ideal for large parties. The community also includes a fireplace lounge, library and four-season soaking spa.

“Buyers should hurry to visit and consider our few remaining homes,” says McAvoy. “It’s the ideal combination of haven and hotspot, where Seattle’s historic past blends with its thriving future.”