Signage supports the elegance of a new condominium tower
Waypoint was delighted to work with the Lowe team on their 24-story, 168-unit Seattle condominium project, Luma. The development celebrates the intersection of two of Seattle’s beloved neighborhoods, historic and stately First Hill and vibrant and youthful Capitol Hill. Signage design and fabrication spoke to the elegance of the slender, sleek building. The property ID, exterior sign was canopy mounted, greeting residents and their guests with an upscale presentation that includes a bit of a quirk – a nod to the building’s two neighborhoods. Waypoint worked with Lowe throughout the project, providing construction hoarding, sales office displays and finally, wayfinding and exterior building signage for the constructed project. Lease Crutcher Lewis was the general contractor, and Weber Thompson was the architect for the project.