Everett Waterfront Place Apartments
“We are very saddened to learn of the fire that occurred at our Waterfront Place Apartments development in Everett. We are incredibly thankful for the firefighters who battled the blaze. We will fully cooperate with all relevant authorities to determine the cause of the fire.”
– SeaLevel Properties
A long time coming: Ground broken for port’s first apartments
Ground broken for port’s first apartments
The 266-unit Waterfront Place Apartments took another step toward reality on Wednesday.
EVERETT — Bob and Vicki Temple want to be among the first people to call the Everett waterfront home.
On Wednesday, they witnessed developers, port officials and city leaders dig shovels into a pile of dirt for the ceremonial groundbreaking of the 266-unit Waterfront Place Apartments.
SeaLevel Properties Director John Shaw said a “new era” was coming to the port.
For those gathered, the event served as a visual cue: After two decades of planning and talking and unexpected challenges, the port’s first housing project is becoming a reality.
In fact, construction workers have been working on the 5.44 acre patch of land since mid-September.
“I know many people had doubts we’d ever be here,” said port CEO Lisa Lefeber. “We’re here today. It’s happening.”
SeaLevel Properties, a division of Mercer Island-based American Classic Homes, purchased the property at 1300 West Marine View Drive last year for $7 million. The two-building complex will include studio and one-to-three-bedroom units.
The apartments are part of the port’s 65-acre Waterfront Place Central redevelopment project that includes shops, restaurants, walking trails and the 142-room Hotel Indigo, which opened earlier this fall.
Port officials expect the redevelopment to create 2,100 jobs and generate $8.6 million each year in state and local sales taxes.
It’s a change of direction for a waterfront known more for industry than tourism and public amenities.
“We’re standing in the epicenter of what was Everett’s milltown and industrial core,” said Port Commissioner Glen Bachman. “… It’s now become the hub of revitalization for all of Everett.”
The Temples said they want to nab a one-bedroom apartment at Waterfront Place Apartments. They’ve been talking about downsizing from their Silver Lake house for a couple of years now.
“We just want to have a place that’s beautiful and that we enjoy,” Vicki Temple said.
Bob Temple said he looks forward to waking up to the sea and the mountains every morning. He grew up in a similar setting, he said, at his parents’ house in Richmond Beach.
“Something draws you in,” he said.
Waterfront Place Apartments is set to open in the spring of 2021.
SeaLevel Properties + GRACORP – Present the 4th Annual Sail-In Cinema Waterfront Movie Series in Everett
In one of the more unique outdoor settings Sail In Cinema lets boaters tie up and enjoy a movie. The season kicks off this Friday night. Don’t worry there’s plenty of access for landlubbers too. Here’s more from the Port of Everett.
The Port of Everett Marina and Signature Sponsors – SeaLevel Properties + GRACORP – present the 4th Annual Sail-in Cinema waterfront movie series Friday nights July 19 thru August 23 featuring free, family-friendly movies and fun at Boxcar Park.
The movie Battleship kick offs the series on July 19 in honor of the Port’s partnership with Naval Station Everett and the greater naval, coast guard and military communities.
Returning to Sail-in this year – the 40-foot inflatable screen to provide the best viewing experience.
Here’s the 2019 Sail-in Cinema lineup:
Click here for printer-friendly Sail-in flier.
The Port of Everett’s Sail-in Cinema is the only waterfront movie series in Snohomish County where guests can “sail-in” to watch aboard their boats or pack in blankets and chairs to view by land.
Head down early to grab your favorite spot. The fun begins an hour before showtime at Boxcar Park with music, yard games, free fresh-popped popcorn, concessions for sale and a 21+ beer garden hosted by the Mukilteo Chamber of Commerce(cash only).
A special thanks to all our Sail-in Cinema sponsors whose funding allow us to put on such a great community program. Signature Sponsors – SeaLevel Properties + GRACORP, Anthony’s Homeport, Anthony’s Woodfire Grill, GeoEngineers, PND Engineers,Scuttlebutt Brewing Co and Coastal Community Bank.
Interested in sponsorship or on-screen advertising opportunities? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
KNOW BEFORE YOU GO:
- Dress in layers and pack a blanket! It gets chilly on the waterfront at night
- To ensure best viewing for all guests, please use blankets or low-back chairs for seating
- Guest moorage is available on a first come, first served basis at Port of Everett’s North Guest Docks 6 & 7; a radio frequency is provided so boaters can tune in
- In the event of inclement weather, the movie may be cancelled; cancellations will be posted on the Port of Everett website, Facebook and Twitter.
80 Percent of Available Everett Waterfront Apartments Already Reserved
SeaLevel Properties recently hosted an open house showcasing the company’s newest multifamily development, Everett Waterfront Apartments. The event was attended by about 100 people and resulted in 80% of the available units being reserved. The development is set to be complete in 2020.
The 266-unit building includes studios, and one-, two- and three-bedroom units in a four-story structure.
The apartments, at 1300 West Marine View Drive, are in the Port of Everett’s 65-acre Waterfront Place Central development. The development includes $85M in infrastructure improvements that will include additional roadway access, new pubic spaces and a new marine structure at Fisherman’s Harbor. The marine structure will include a new public dock.
The Waterfront Place Central mixed-use development will include new trails and regional parks, as well as public gathering spaces, a total of 660 housing units, Hotel Indigo and many dining options. It will also have retail and marine sales.
The Port of Everett expects the project to support 2,000 jobs and generate $8.6M in new tax revenue, according to the release.
“The public response to this housing opening is consistent with the interest we have heard from the community since the project began,” Port of Everett acting CEO Lisa Lefeber said in a statement. “There is a tremendous demand and desire to live on the Everett waterfront and we can’t wait until construction is underway and life is brought to Fisherman’s Harbor at Waterfront Place.”
Read more at: https://www.bisnow.com/seattle/news/mixed-use/80-of-available-everett-waterfront-apartments-already-reserved-93772?utm_source=CopyShare&utm_medium=Browser
Early Interest High in New Apartments on Everett Waterfront
Word in from Sealevel Properties that lots of people are showing interest in being the first to live in new apartments planned at the Port of Everett’s Waterfront Place Central. Here’s more.
Local multi-family builder SeaLevel Properties revealed strong demand for its new Everett Waterfront Apartments, with 80 percent of available units offered in the company’s first release event now spoken for.
More than 100 people attended the project’s early release event last week for its first of two multifamily apartment buildings, located at 1300 W. Marine View Drive in the Port of Everett’s 65-acre Waterfront Place Central development. Slated for completion in 2020, the building is comprised of 266 studio, one-, two- and three-bedroom homes in two distinct, yet connected four-story buildings.
“We were hoping for strong interest in these buildings—and last week’s interest far exceeded our expectations,” said SeaLevel Properties Director John Shaw. “The turnout was overwhelming and confirms our instincts that there is indeed very high demand for high quality waterfront living in Everett.”
“The public response to this housing opening is consistent with the interest we have heard from the community since the project began,” Port of Everett Acting CEO Lisa Lefeber said. “There is a tremendous demand and desire to live on the Everett waterfront and we can’t wait until construction is underway and life is brought to Fisherman’s Harbor at Waterfront Place.”
“I’ve been involved with scores of multifamily developments over the years, but I have never seen such excitement for a new project – especially one that is almost two years from completion,” said Mike Simons, Executive Vice President of Allied Residential.
During the event, SeaLevel Properties opened 25 percent of the North Tower, which features 34 units including studios, one-bedroom and two-bedroom homes. Given strong interest, a second release is likely. For those interested in joining the project’s VIP list, visit www.everettwaterfrontapartments.com.
With construction anticipated in early 2019, SeaLevel’s apartment homes at Fisherman’s Harbor are designed to reflect three unique waterfront experiences: a marine/water-inspired experience in the Southern Building, and an industrial/timber-inspired experience in the Northern Building.
The design includes a combination of contemporary urban design and rugged urban materials that pay tribute to the natural resources of timber, steel and water on the Puget Sound. The project will also maximize the Port’s infrastructure features and pedestrian patterns, with lobbies to activate streets and a lively and attractive public realm.
The Port continues its $85 million public infrastructure investment this year by building additional roadway access, constructing new public spaces to connect with the new Pacific Rim Plaza and Splash Fountain, and building new marine infrastructure at Fisherman’s Harbor, including a new guest dock that doubles as a public dock walk.
At full build out, the Waterfront Place Central mixed-use development will include new trails and regional parks together with public gathering spaces, up to 660 housing units, Hotel Indigo, a business and lifestyle waterfront hotel, fine and casual dining restaurants and commercial, retail and marine sales and services. The project includes five (5) districts: Fisherman’s Harbor, the Millwright District, the Esplanade District, Wharf’s Edge and the Craftsman District. The Craftsman District was completed as part of the Port’s development of a boatyard in 2009, and Fisherman’s Harbor is the first phase of the mixed-use project to proceed.
The entire project will support more than 2,000 jobs and $8.6 million in new tax revenue to state and local governments. Hotel Indigo, a 142-room business and lifestyle hotel broke ground in March and has gone vertical in the last weeks. They expect to be open mid-2019 and will feature full amenities, a 150-seat restaurant and a 5,000-sq. ft. conference and event space.
SeaLevel Plans 266 Units in Everett
SeaLevel Properties is planning 266 units as part of the Port of Everett’s 65-acre Waterfront Place Central redevelopment. They’re scheduled for completion in 2020. A recent marketing event attracted 100 people, SeaLevel reports. Construction of the two-building complex is expected to begin next year. Everett Waterfront Apartments will be in the Fisherman’s Harbor district of Waterfront Place Central.
SeaLevel’s John Shaw said in a statement that the turnout “confirms our instincts that there is indeed very high demand for high quality waterfront living in Everett.” Rents have not yet been set. Units will range from studios to three-bedrooms. Waterfront Place Central will have about 660 housing units, the Hotel Indigo (which broke ground in March), restaurants, and 662,000 square feet of commercial, retail and marine sales and services.