Weyerhaeuser Building Move
In Summer 2016, the historic Weyerhaeuser Building built in 1923 will be on the move once again; this time to become a vital element of the Port of Everett's Waterfront Place mixed-use development. Keep up to date on the Weyerhaeuser House news
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The Port of Everett's Waterfront Place Central redevelopment project is more than just a large-scale real estate venture. The project is set to unify the marina and surrounding property with a sustainable and unique commercial, recreation and residential community.
Spectacular views, water access and recreational parks and amenities are just a glimpse of what's to come for Port of Everett's new 65-acre neighborhood.
The project's anticipated investments include $33 million in public infrastructure and $340 million in private investments.
The Port of Everett is seeking developers and retailers for the following projects:
- Two new waterfront hotels —180 keys
- 63,000 sq. ft. of retail space
- 20,000 sq. ft. of new marine retail
- At least 5 additional eateries along Fisherman's Harbor
- A fine dining restaurant at the water's edge
- Up to 660 homes for sale or rent
- Apartments, condos, townhomes and lofts with parking.
More details about the exciting plans in the works for Waterfront Place. Join us tonight at the Open House to learn more
Come learn more about Waterfront Place and the latest happenings at our Community Open House, Thursday, March 24, from 4 - 7 p.m.
Port Report & Grand Opening of the Waterfront Place Sales Center
The Port of Everett is an economic development enterprise carrying out the public's trust to manage and develop resources, transportation facilities and supporting infrastructure to enable community opportunity. The Port of Everett strives to bring jobs, business and tourism to its local and surrounding communities, as well as maintain the overall environmental health of our waterfront. Register and RSVP
Port Sets New Course on Waterfront
Everett, Wash. – In 2014, Mark Beattie relocated from Spokane for a job at Washington State University North Puget Sound at Everett. Living near campus and in the community was an important factor, so he and his wife joined the waiting list for living space at the in-progress Waterfront Place Central development. Read More
Historic Weyerhaeuser Building to be Moved for the Third Time to the Everett Waterfront
Everett, Wash. – Historic Weyerhaeuser Building to be moved for the third time to the Everett Waterfront, click here to view the coverage from KOMO News
Port of Everett Seeks Qualifications for Business-Class Hotel at Waterfront Place
Everett, Wash. – On February 29, the Port of Everett issued a request for qualifications (RFQ) for qualified upscale business-class hotel developers for its Fisherman’s Harbor development in Waterfront Place Central. The site is located on 14th Street just off West Marine View Drive. Read More
Port of Everett Prepares for Bigger Berths to Handle the Growing Numbers of Large Container Ships
Everett, Wash. – Port of Everett prepares for bigger berths to handle the growing numbers of large container ships, click here to view the coverage from KOMO News
Historic Weyerhaeuser House to be Moved to New Waterfront Park
Everett, Wash. – Sturdy and well-traveled at 93, an Everett landmark is about to make one more move. The handsome Weyerhaeuser building, which has twice voyaged by... Read More
Port of Everett Releases Request For Qualifications for Housing Developers for Fisherman's Harbor
Everett, Wash. – Today, the Port of Everett released its first request for qualifications for housing developers for Fisherman's Harbor in its Waterfront Place Central Development project. The RFQs are due September 1st, and we hope to have a developer on board by the end of the year, with the first units under construction in 2016/2017. Read More
Port of Everett's Waterfront Center Full; Unveils Conceptual Rendering of First New Building in Waterfront Place
Everett, Wash. – The Port of Everett's 65,000 square foot Waterfront Center, located at 13th Street and Craftsman Way, is now 100 percent leased. Read More
Economic Study Finds the Port of Everett Supports 35,130 Jobs in the Region
Everett, Wash. – A new study of the economic impacts of the Port of Everett found that Port operations supported 35,130 regional jobs in 2014, up 133 jobs from 2012, according to an independent analysis by Pennsylvania-based Martin Associates. Read More
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