66.4 Acres of Prime Everett Waterfront Now For Sale, Make Offer.

April 27, 2012

Everett, Everett Economy

Here’s the listing for the Kimberly-Clark Plant on the Everett Waterfront. It even has its own website.

Real estate photo from Kidder Mathews sales brochure

Kimberly Clark has retained Kidder Mathews and Binswanger to market the Everett Waterfront site to the commercial real estate market. Here’s some of what the real estate offering has to say…

The Everett Marine Industrial Property represents a rare opportunity to acquire an expansive industrial property, situated on a deep salt water port, with close proximity to the shipping lanes from Puget Sound to the Pacific Rim, Alaska, and any number of worldwide destinations. The property is being offered unpriced. A definitive bid date will be set after commencement of the marketing process.

You can click here for the sales brochure if you’d like to make an offer.


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One Response to “66.4 Acres of Prime Everett Waterfront Now For Sale, Make Offer.”

  1. Debbie Lamm Says:

    I was born and have lived in Everett all my life and worked at Scott Paper/Kimberly Clark for 33 yrs. It is sad to see one of the last large, living wage employers leave Everett.
    What stumps me is…WHY ISN’T THE PORT OF EVERETT (commission)FIGHTING FOR THIS ONCE IN A LIFETIME CHANCE TO ADD THIS MUCH NEEDED PROPERTY TO THEIR PORT? Everett is the 3rd deepest port on the west coast!
    We need more JOBS for Everett and Snohomish County.
    The Port Commission needs to open their eyes before it’s too late! Lack of property (staging) has been a complaint for years when large container and car ship companies inquire about coming to the Port of Everett.
    The Port of Everett Commissioners have been stuck on building Condos (selling port property) and Parks when they should be focusing on keeping and utilizing our precious waterfront property, bringing business and jobs to our Everett Waterfront.
    If they concentrated on our Port Terminals, bought the Kimberly Clark land and did the work needed to accomodate the larger panamax ships, the Port of Everett coud be a major player in shipping. This could revitalize not only Everett but Snohomish County and the State of Washington. Washington Ports website stated that our Ports provide 1/3 of all jobs state wide. People don’t realize just how much work our ports generate from manufacturing, shipping, loading/unloading, transporting by rail/truck and retail employees just to name a few.
    Port of Everett Director and Commissioners could redeem themselves and their poor choices by doing something future changing here! They could change the lives for generations to come for the better.
    Debbie Lamm
    Snohomish County Citizen