78 Townhomes Proposed at Site of Former Mini-Golf/Kids Train Attraction on Old Broadway in Everett

May 28, 2014

Everett, Everett Economy

Jazwieck's Golf Train

Kids from all over Everett used to play mini-golf and ride the BumbleBee Special.

Long before the internet and video games, generations of Everett kids spent their nights playing mini-golf and riding the Bumblebee special train at Jazwieck’s on old Broadway just west of I-5. Those days are long gone and for the last several years, Philip Jazwieck has been trying to sell or develop the property at 7828 Broadway. It looks like that may soon become a reality. On May 7th of this month a proposal was filed with the City of Everett to convert the property to 78 townhomes over the 7.99 acre site. The project would be known as Alpine Heights. It’s currently going through the initial review process at the city. No word yet on when permits may be issued. The golf course and train haven’t run for years but a small western wear shop has been operating there. According to the plans filed with the city all of the existing buildings would be torn down to make way for the new project.

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