Lumia continues its ascent, with prices increasing in the homes for sale as the towers get closer to the clouds. You can compare it to our “growth chart” from November 18, 2014 when the Lumina was at about 27 stories plus the wrapped portion above.
As you can see from the image above, since November 18 (roughly 4 weeks), Lumina has added five stories to the height of Tower B.
In addition, in the above picture you can also see the beginning of the glass installation at the base of Tower B, and the installation of the walls and windows at the bottom of the Plaza C building.
Tower B is the taller of the two Lumina towers, coming in with about 42 stories of space for live, work, and play. Even with all the rains, I predict that they’ll be topping out sooner rather than later, but probably not before the end of the year.
Lumina Tower D
Tower D, along with Plaza building A, was one of two Lumina buildings where initial sales of homes began. Because Tower D and Plaza A will be occupied before the other two buildings, you would expect them to be further along.
In the photos below, you can see that Tower D was past the 20th floor by late September and is now past the 29th floor. It will be the shorter of the two towers, with 37 stories dedicated to live, work, and play for Lumina residents.
You can also see that they have gotten the glass curtain walls installed up to the 12th floor on Tower D. Progress!
My team does not represent the developer of Lumina, that honor goes to the fine team at Polaris Pacific. If you’d like independent buyer representation to help you shop at both Lumina and neighboring buildings (either recently built or under construction), please take a moment to get in touch.