Luma Over 75% Sold

Luma, one of the few new condos going up in the city, is almost done, with closings and move-ins starting next week. They’re also, getting close to being sold out with less than 38 units remaining.

We’ve toured the building a few times last week with interested clients and attended a buyer’s walk-through yesterday with one of our four clients who purchased there. The building and the units look great!

If you’ve been thinking of buying there, now is the time. My bet is they’ll be all sold by the end of the year.

Here’s a few photos of the view from the rooftop deck, open to all residents.



And this is the hot tub on the roof. Not pictured, the outdoor shower.


The area around Luma is also going to change a lot, for the better, in the next few years. We’re most excited about the Whole Foods:

Danforth Rendering 1

Danforth Rendering 2

But also excited that the McDonalds is being torn down and replaced with a 17-story apartment building (bad news for the south facing owners at Decatur and Gainsborough though.)

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About Matt Goyer

I'm the publisher of Urbnlivn and a real estate agent. I love lofts, floating homes, new construction and mid-century moderns but will help you buy or sell just about anything.
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  • Flash

    Lovely views! And so close to the new light rail station and the upcoming Whole Foods. But do you know if the sizes advertised by Luma on their web site and sales materials are the inflated “gross” square footage used by Insignia, or the “net” square footage which the county records and that is generally used in MLS listings? Some of the inflated sizes advertised by Insignia are more than 200sqft larger than the actual net sizes. At more than $1k per sqft, that’s a huge discrepancy. And when owners resell years from now, they’ll generally be expected to list the net square footage as recorded by the city, not this BS marketing number.

  • Layne S

    I’m a buyer at Luma, and I can tell you that the sq footage on my appraisal is lower for Gross Living Area (614 sq ft) than the sales materials on the website listed as Interior Size (691 sq ft).

  • Joe Wolf