Fewer than 20 homes remain, ranging from one-bedroom units with city and Lake Union views to two-bedroom designs with open entertainment spaces.
SEATTLE — LUMA Condominiums recently celebrated its grand opening with a rooftop party that included a “burger battle” and live music.
During the Sept. 22 event, chefs from nearby restaurants Skillet, Capitol Cider, Quinn’s Pub and Feed Co. Central battled for the best burger title, while bartenders paired the recipes with inventive cocktails.
Guests toured two furnished model homes while sampling appetizers and cocktails from Heartwood Provisions and Americana. The homes have views of the Cascades, Mount Rainier, Lake Union, Lake Washington, Puget Sound and downtown Seattle.
The main event was held on LUMA’s top-floor amenity space, which features a grand-size clubroom and an outdoor terrace with barbecues and an outdoor kitchen. The top floor also features intimate spaces including a fireplace lounge, library and four-season soaking spa.
LUMA is located at the intersection of two distinctly different Seattle neighborhoods. First Hill is noted for its tree-lined streets, classic architecture, and cultural gems such as Town Hall, Frye Art Museum and the historic Sorrento Hotel. Steps away is Capitol Hill, home to some of the city’s craftiest cocktails and most-talked-about cuisine.
LUMA’s glass tower and terra cotta base bring to the neighborhood a brightness from street to sky. The tower has achieved LEED Silver designation for its commitment to developing healthy homes.
Fewer than 20 homes remain at LUMA. They range from one-bedroom units with city and Lake Union views to two-bedroom designs with open entertainment spaces.