Keller Williams Greater Seattle, Ben Kakimoto, Seattle Condo Agent

Mosler Lofts tour

By on October 19, 2007 in Belltown Condos, Real Estate with 5 Comments

Took a short hard hat tour of Mosler Lofts this morning, mostly to view the penthouse and sneak a peek at townhouse 2 and #703. The place was a madhouse packed with construction crews and building inspectors. I snapped a few photos, but unfortunately, the TH and 703 were both in rough shape and they only had the studs up in the penthouse.

From what I did see, the TH and 703 have quality interior finishes and I liked the industrial feel with the exposed duct work, concrete walls and ceilings. The little coffee shop is a nice touch but a little too convenient being accessible from the lobby.

If you’ve been considering Mosler, you might just want to snatch up one of the three remaining units. Sources indicate the developer is likely to increase prices once the building is completed.

Though, buyers should do their due diligence in respects to new developments in the area and potential blocking of downtown views. A 13-story apartment building has been proposed at the SE corner of 3rd & Cedar.

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  1. Seth says:

    Just curious, why did they give you a tour? Are you a perspective buyer?


  2. Ben_Kakimoto says:

    Seth – they seem pretty open to scheduling a tour, especially for buyers and agents. I was previewing on behalf of one of my clients.

  3. Rollin says:

    We made a $30,000 deposit almost 2 years ago and have not yet been in to see our unit – or been in the building – if potential buyers can get in for a tour why not actual buyers?

  4. newbuyer says:

    Did you also buy at Rollin St.?

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