(The Center Square) – The City of Seattle will spend $1.8 million to construct an all-gender bathroom facility near the waterfront. ... Read More.
KRKO's KRoKO will be making a special appearnce and provice photo opps.The one-of-a-kind, free outdoor movie series takes place every Friday night from July 21st through August 25th, offering a selection of films and fun at Boxcar... Read More.
With inflation and everything being so expensive, you can’t even catch your dinner for free anymore. Bad enough that you have to spend a fortune on fuel for your boat, starting January 6, 2023, you have to pay to even launch your boat at... Read More.
Last week, the Port of Everett announced the selection of LPC West for Phase II of Waterfront Place. The announcement follows a nationwide search for a quality and experienced developer to take on the largest mixed-use... Read More.
On July 16, 2020, a four-alarm fire engulfed the uncompleted south building of the Waterfront Place Apartments turning the first waterfront housing development in Everett’s history into rubble. 10-months and $30 million in damages later, the... Read More.
MASSIVE EVERETT WATERFRONT FIRE POSSIBLY MOST EXPENSIVE IN HISTORYAs most of you know, on Thursday July 16, 2020, a massive fire erupted on the Everett waterfront in an apartment construction project managed by Sea Level Properties in the redevelopment area. This was a four-alarm... Read More.
The Hotel Indigo on the Everett Waterfront opened its door officially, ushering in guests in a grand opening ceremony on the evening of December 4th. The hotel represents the ongoing, large scale dreams for the Waterfront Place development as the area undergoes massive changes.Hotel... Read More.
The waterfront in Everett has been in a continuous state of flux for decades, reflecting the changes deeper onshore. Now, it’s poised for its newest incarnation: a family friendly, mixed use development, to include a movie theater, grocery, over 1200 multi-family units, and a park,... Read More.