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The Port of Everett’s Waterfront Place Central development project is more than just a large scale real estate venture. The intent of the project is to provide jobs and access to the waterfront. The strategy is to unify the marina and surrounding property as one economic unit to create a sustainable and unique commercial, recreation and residential community.
This new community is pedestrian-oriented and takes full advantage of its attractive waterfront and recreational boating setting. It also supports the final phases of the Port’s state-of-the-art regional boat sales and services center in the largest public marina on the West Coast.
When fully realized, the Waterfront Place Development is expected to support 2,075 family-wage jobs. The project’s private development will generate $8.6 million annually in state and local sales taxes; in addition to the temporary construction jobs, sales tax and building permit revenues.
Anticipated Project Investment
- $33 million in public upland infrastructure
- $340 million in private investment
15 new public gathering spaces, including:
- 4 mile continuous walking/biking trail
- 2 large-scale parks
- 2 children’s playgrounds
- 7 vistas; with 4 elevated viewpoints
- 1 outdoor performing arts venue
- 1 iconic clock tower
- Multiple water features
Stores, Shops & Restaurants
Restaurants: 5 eateries and a fine dining restaurant at the water’s edge
Hospitality: Two (2) new waterfront hotels; 180 keys
Office & Commercial: 447,500 sq. ft.
Retail: 63,000 sq. ft. of retail space
Marine Retail: 20,000 sq. ft. of new marine retail
Up to 660 homes for sale or rent, which may include apartments, condos, townhomes or lofts with parking.
The Port is developing a plan to address and reinvest in the capital needs of the Marina, which will look at the docks, power, gatehouses, gangways and upland amenities. The project also plans for improved facilities for commercial fishermen.
Developable Area: Approx. 65 acres
Port Upland Infrastructure Costs: Est. $33 million based on concept-level planning.
Public/Private Infrastructure Investment: The project generates $310-$368 million in public-private investment at full build out.
Master Developer: The Port of Everett is the master developer, with development partnerships achieved through land sales and leases.
Timing & Development Interest: The project is entitled through the City of Everett. Construction on the first zone began in mid-2016.
Density: Up to 1.5 million square feet
Housing: Up to 660 housing units are called for in the strategy; Interested? Contact 425.259.3164
Parking: This development strategy calls for 3,200 stalls of surface and structured parking at full density.
Environmental Cleanup: In partnership with the Department of Ecology, the Port of Everett is reviving and restoring 215 acres of property for economic use. A large portion of these cleanups are in the Waterfront Place, as the site was the epicenter of Everett’s milltown roots. After deliberate policy direction by the Port Commission, the project area is now primed for development.
Business Interest: Terrie Battuello, Chief of Business Development | 425.259.3164 | E-mail
a. Development Agreement
b. Allowed Uses
i. Shoreline Permit #1 (1/5/2006)
ii. Shoreline Permit #1 Clarification
iii. Shoreline Permit #1, Revision (6/13/2016)
iv. Shoreline Permit #2 (3/17/2006)
v. Shoreline Permit #2 Clarification (3/17/2006)
vi. SMP Amendment, Ord. 3445-15 (effective 9/27/2015)
d. EIS and SEPA Amendment
i. SEPA Environmental Checklist
- List of Government Approvals or Permits
- Waterfront Place Central Conceptual Site Plans
- Summary of Proposed PDO Development Agreement Amendments
- Site Legal Description
- Site Vicinity Map
- Site Area Aerial Photo
- North Marina Redevelopment Project - 2005 Final Environmental Impact Statement
(Due to size, document available upon request)
- Waterfront Place Central Cleanup Status Summary
- Waterfront Place Central Noise Analysis - 2014 Letter of Opinion
- Waterfront Place Central View Impact Analysis
- Parking Management Strategy
- Waterfront Place Central Trip Generation, Parking Analysis and Level of Service Analysis
ii. Planned Development Overlay (PDO) MDNS, Sept 26, 2014
a. Guides to Place Names
b. Public Amenities Summary
c. Design Standards & Guidelines
d. Supplemental Design Guidelines
e. Design Elements
f. Design Tools
i. SEPA Consistency Matrix
ii. Design Consistency Matrix
Visit www.waterfront-place.com for more information.
The Waterfront Place Central Development plan calls for up to 660 homes for sale or rent. Housing opportunities may include apartments, condos, townhomes or lofts with parking.
Interested in housing?
Click here to be added to our housing list. We will contact you about future housing opportunities within Waterfront Place as information becomes available.
July 13, 2015: Seattle DJC: Port of Everett Issues RFQ for Housing
July 10, 2015: My Everett News: Port of Everett Expanding Waterfront Place
July 2015: New Waterfront Place website launches - Check it out at www.waterfront-place.com
June 2015: The Port completed the final phase of the $8 million, multi-year environmental cleanup at the former Everett Shipyard site - the site where Fisherman's Harbor will come to life. The property is now ready for development.
May/June 2015: North End Metro Feature: Everett Waterfront Plan
April 2015: The new Waterfront Place Project Office opened at the Port's Waterfront Center, Suite 107.
Dec. 16, 2014: The Everett Planning Commission unanimously recommended approval of the Port of Everett’s new Waterfront Place Central mixed use development. The project will now move on for Everett City Council review, scheduled Jan. 7, 14 and 21.
Nov. 20, 2014: Sign demonstration for Waterfront Place Central is scheduled for Nov. 20 from noon - 8 p.m. Click here to view notice with additional information.
Oct. 15, 2014: Snohomish County/Everett Tribune article: Future development of waterfront in the works
Sept. 30, 2014: Waterfront Place Central Open House & Entitlement Review. Click here for details.
Aug. 21, 2014: Marina Revitalization Kick-off event. Click here for more information.
June 17, 2014: The Port of Everett Commission authorized staff to submit a formal application to the City of Everett to revise the development strategy. Click here for the full project submittal to the City of Everett