Belltown is awash in glittery condos. But from that shiny abundance, this unit (asking $930,000) stands out– mostly because of what stands in front of it. Its glass walls create a panorama: the Space Needle looms; the waterfront sparkles.
Official real estate listings often use the term “walls of glass,” sometimes a bit loosely, but in this case, there isn’t a better term as one entire side of this 9th floor unit is transparent, overlooking downtown Seattle, the water, and mountains beyond.
The condo is ultra-modern, with metal and steel finishes and exposed ceilings warmed by hardwood floors. Kitchen, dining, and living room flow together.
A balcony awaits for dining alfresco.
The Space Needle is present throughout, glimpsed from various angles.
There are 149 units total here in Mosler Lofts.
Towering over Belltown at 2720 3rd Avenue between Clay and Cedar, this luxury complex was built in 2007.
According to its developers, the Mithun company, “Mosler Lofts was the first LEED® certified multifamily project in Seattle, and the first BuiltGreen multifamily project anywhere.”
The building offers a plethora of amenities to justify a (steep) HOA of $720. Along with mundane but certainly necessary items such as earthquake insurance and water/sewer, fees cover maintenance and use of an impressive lobby, guest suite, gym, rooftop desk with fire ring, concierge, and one parking spot.
In 2014, unit 902 sold for $625,000. Today, that price is $930,000.