VIP Interest List Being Created For New Apartments On Everett Waterfront

April 20, 2018


waterfront apartments

An artists drawing of the two four-story apartment buildings. The buildings in white in the front represent restaurant and retail with a 15′ walkway along the waterfront. The white building on the left is the Hotel Indigo. Click photo to enlarge.

Sealevel Properties, the company developing 266 apartments at the Port of Everett’s Waterfront Place on the Everett waterfront has started taking names on what they call a VIP registration list.

Actual construction will begin later this fall with the apartments expected to be completed in 2020. There will be two four-story buildings off Marine View Drive both facing the marina. There is a mix of studio, one, two and three bedroom units. No word yet on how much the rent will cost as that will be determined by the market as the apartments near completion.

John Shaw, Director of Multi-Family acquisitions for Sealevel tells people are being asked to go to a website, and give them your name, phone and email. They also want to know if you are interested in a studio, one, two or three bedroom apartment. Around the end of June you will receive details on how to leave a deposit and select exactly which apartment in which you have an interest.

“We’re still working out how much the deposit will be,” said Shaw. “The deposit will be on hold and then when you want to move forward it will be applied to your security deposit or rent.”

Right now is the interest phase. Beginning June 30th they will start accepting deposits. As the construction is completed in 2020 you will then be asked to make a decision on going ahead with the reservation. If you decide not to move in you will lose your deposit and the “dibs” on the apartment you selected. There is no money needed to be put on the initial VIP interest list.


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