[Luma (Weber Thompson), 2421 Miles site]
FIRST HILL— New condo tower Luma has released pricing for all of its 168 residences, which begin at $350K for a 602 square-foot 1-BR and go as high as $1M+ for a 1721 square-foot penthouse. The developer will begin accepting offers on all homes on June 1 and residents will be able to move in June 2016.
FREMONT— Mack Urban's new 119-unit apartment building Ray at 3636 Stone Way will feature something called an 'orangery.' Similar to a greenhouse or conservatory, the five-story glass structure on the rooftop will include seventeen 4x4 planters of raspberries, blackberries, blueberries and other high quality edibles. Urbnlivn took a look at that and other building features recently.
BALLARD— Henbart LLC recently announced that they have broken ground on The Commons at Ballard and have earned LEED Core & Shell Platinum Precertification, the highest level of design and construction performance under the U.S. Green Building Council. The mixed-use building will include 21,885 sq. ft. of Class A office space on two floors, a Bartell Drugs and more ground-level retail as well as 80 apartments and four townhomes.
DOWNTOWN— The Seattle Office of Arts & Culture has officially-introduced ALL RISE's 2421 Miles, a site-specific 52,000 square-foot earthwork at 1250 Denny Way by artist, Molly Dilworth Comprised of 14 individual garden beds each containing a specific colorway, 2421 Miles is based a series of painted pattern studies generated from national flags, corporate logos and traditional patterns found along the sea trade route between Seattle and New York. A site tour and artist talk is scheduled for May 28 at 5:30.