Developer Tom Barghausen and MainVue president Vanessa Normandin, along with their valued vendors, have partnered with KING-TV to donate 100% of all sales proceeds from the Charity House to Children’s Hospital Research Institute. The home is over 4,000 square feet and sits on lot 22 at the Estates at Sugarloaf, a 2.5-acre space, and has been independently appraised for more then $900,000. The grand Kick-off Event, produced by Tessa Rowe, hosted over 250 people and featured TV personalities Rich Marriott, Amanda Grace and Paul Silvi, a quality band, and plenty of good cheer and fun on a glorious day. Check out http://mainvuecharityhome.com/ for more details. Giving back works.
Luma on First Hill has released its initial pricing and will begin taking offers on the first of June. It appears the entire building has been released. They are looking at a 2016 completion. Good hunting to the sales team of Larry Ahrens, Julie McAvoy and Chanell Williams-Beaumont. Check out www.liveluma.com.