In December of 2007 the Seattle PI dubbed Mosler lofts as the most interesting & provocative residential high-rise to appear in Seattle since World War II.
Mosler, built in 2007 is a striking image in the Belltown skyline. With 148 units, this 12 story building brought a lot of attention to the traditional Seattle market. The ground floor is home to a few 2-story townhomes, while the upper floor has incredible Penthouse units with generous decks and stunning views. Overall the building has a wide variety of floor plans. Each unit with a different vantage point. The grand lobby sets the tone for the entire building and the project includes a workout facility, owners lounge, library, reading nook and a breathtaking rooftop deck. Mosler Lofts were Built Green and meet theLEED Silver standard of construction.
Mithun Architects + Designers + Planners
The Schuster Group