Sonya D. Whisman Apartment January 02nd 2019, 16:08:48
The Mosler Lofts, home of 150 residential lofts, located in the center of Downtown Seattle, USA was built by Mithun in 2008. It has the capability to offer residents a high environmental quality urban lifestyle for the growing work/live community of downtown Seattle. Mosler Lofts was the first condominium in Seattle to be LEED Silver certified, establishing the structure as a model example how value can be reached through innovative and sustainable design passing the standard vision.
Within just the first six months, 90% of the units were sold thanks to the building contemporary design and highly sustainable features. The building actually failed to fulfill one of the requirements given by Seattle zoning laws. However, the builders started from there and instead created several additional planters as well as landscaped terraces in front of the building which added to the pedestrian experience. This marked the building’s minimized footprint and the developer’s maximized investment.
The extensive use of glass on the building’s sides added to the function and aesthetics of sustainable qualities. They allow ample natural light and passive heating as well as view and connection with the surrounding. The roof at the north face is tilted to the south prepare for a future solar array for maximized efficiency. The top penthouse loft which spreads on 1,098 square feet in on sale. The basic key value of the unit is that it has an amazing 270-degree unobstructed view of the Space Needle.
Clean and sleek furnishings and colors are introduced by this particular unit with its white sofa, wide free space, and simple and practical accessorizing. The elegance and high urban lifestyle are clearly stated. The airy and free-spirited soul is how the penthouse loft wants its resident to be. Browse through our photo collection of the top penthouse loft of the Mosler Lofts below to get a better look of the beautiful and elegant look and atmosphere.
More information about Mosler Lofts here.