The end of November marked a huge milestone for First Hill’s Luma Condominiums: the building is officially sold out. One of only three condo projects built in or around downtown in the last eight years, Luma was a hit long before it opened. The condos were nearly half sold by February, summer sales were steady, and homes basically flew out the door after the building opened in August.
The 24-story, LEED Silver project features a large rooftop space that includes a clubroom, a private dining room with adjacent terrace, a library, wrap-around terrace with lounging space, grilling and dining areas, a fire pit and a four-season soaking spa. The tower also includes a fitness center and a pet run and grooming center for animals. Condos were priced from $399,000 to $1.9 million, and the project averaged a per-unit price of $697,000.