Upon its completion in 2003, condo critic Christopher Hume wrote a review of MOZO ("Modern Living Zone") in his Toronto Star column. He gave the building an A+. To this day realtors are fond of quoting Mr Hume's article in their marketing materials (he called it, "One of the most beautiful buildings in Toronto"). And rightly so. MOZO is one of the most sought-after buildings in the St Lawrence Market area.
MOZO offers a variety of different layouts and floor plans. I've stepped foot in a fair number of units in the building and each one has been a bit different from the last. Some of my personal favourites are the east-facing suites on the 9th floor (these are the ones with the 375-400 square foot terraces).
MOZO was developed by Context Develpoment (also responsible for SPIRE, Tip Top Lofts, and Radio City, among others) and designed by Architects Alliance. As I mentioned above, the building was completed in 2003 and it occupies an entire block of Sherbourne St, sitting at the corners of King & Sherbourne AND Adelaide & Sherbourne. The municipal address is 333 Adeladie Street East and the building has 15 floors.
Suites here are characterised by floor-to-ceiling windows, high ceilings (9 feet+), exposed concrete ceilings, sliding barn doors, and modern designer features & finishes.
The building amenities include concierge, exercise room, sauna, party/meeting room, and visitor parking. I've included photos of some of the common elements below.
If you own a suite at MOZO and are thinking of selling, feel free to contact me for an evaluation of your property or for more info on my listing services.
If you’re thinking of purchasing a suite at MOZO specifically, or in the St Lawrence Market Area in general, feel free to contact me for more info.