More Housing Coming For EvCC and WSU Everett Students

August 27, 2017

Everett

Editor’s Update: September 8th: MyEverettNews.com was contacted by a concerned customer of Lilly’s Garden restaurant at 1020 N. Broadway. The customer relayed to us that we had spelled the name of the restaurant incorrectly and that the restaurant’s owner was upset with our story. We have updated our story to include the links to the planning application documents on file with the city and correct the spelling of the restaurant. We did state clearly in the story that this is an application on file with the city and there is no timeline. My apologies for any confusion. An attempt was made to contact those named in the application but no return calls were received. Hopefully Lilly’s Garden could go into one of the two retail spaces that will be built along with the housing. – Leland Dart editor.

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Cedar Hall is offering tours to students on August 31st.

Two new projects, one about to open and the other on the drawing board are transforming the area of 10th and Broadway in north Everett.

In about a week Cedar Hall will open for students attending Everett Community College, WSU North Puget Sound at Everett, or Western Washington University at Everett. 132 students will be able to live at the new building which offers studio, three bedroom and four bedroom apartments.

Cedar Hall joins Mountain View Hall which opened last fall. That building has 120 student rooms with mini-fridges and microwaves and a shared kitchen on each floor. Both buildings have shared laundry rooms and public spaces.

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Lilly’s Garden may be going away to make more room for student housing on north Broadway according to an application with the City of Everett.

The City of Everett recently received an application for a project that would tear down Lilly’s Garden Chinese Restaurant at 1020 North Broadway and replace it with with 140 single occupancy units for students of EvCC and WSU Everett. According to the application, the building will include five levels of housing, two levels of parking/retail and common areas. A total of 60 parking spaces will be provided. No timeline yet for when that project may come online.

You can see more about the proposal here.

The description from the City of Everett project list.


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