In an article outlining what you can get for $1,400,000, Mike Powell highlighted Lumen Condo, represented by Moira Holley. What sets this property apart? Powell cites the setting, "in Lower Queen Anne, an active mixed-use neighborhood in central Seattle, about a mile from downtown. It is cater-corner from the Seattle Center, a campuslike park that is home to the Space Needle, the Experience Music Project Museum, the Seattle Center Armory and plenty of places to people-watch. Amazon’s campus is a short walk away. Shops and restaurants are within blocks and a grocery store is even closer, on the retail level of this building." He also says "past the unit’s front gate is a courtyard with a hot tub. Folding walls of glass made by a company called NanaWall open to the interior, blending inside with out. The layout is open plan and loftlike, with terrazzo floors and concrete pillars for atmosphere. Recessed lighting runs on a Lutron control system. The living and dining area has a built-in cabinet with a frosted-glass door; the kitchen is set off by a low wall. The kitchen has a Liebherr refrigerator, an under-counter second fridge, two sinks and custom countertops made from terrazzo and a recycled composite called PaperStone. Built-in storage for a television delineates a den."