Kaiser Permanente Plans Major Expansion On Pacific West Of I-5

September 29, 2019

Everett

Recently Kaiser Permanente revealed plans to the City of Everett for a major expansion of their facilities in the area of Pacific and Maple streets along I-5. Here is a peek at their initial plans submitted to the City.

The Denny’s, KRKO building and former Cocoon House would all be demolished. Click to enlarge.

To Whom It May Concern:
Kaiser Permanente Washington (“Kaiser”) has entered escrow on three properties located directly adjacent to the Kaiser Permanente Everett Medical Center located at 2930 Maple Street (“medical center”). Acquisition properties include the following:

1. 2917 Pacific Avenue (Skotdal Real Estate)
2. 2903 Pacific Avenue (Denny’s)
3. 2929 Pine Street (Cocoon House)

Summary:

Kaiser intends to expand the existing 73,000 square-foot medical center and 283-stall parking structure with an approximately 165,000 square-foot ambulatory surgery center, in addition too, a 750-stall parking structure.

Proposed uses include, but not limited to, the following: urgent care, cardiology, dermatology, optometry, general surgery, sports medicine, and ancillary services including pharmacy. All functions are outpatient, therefore
no overnight beds.

New construction will include a new primary patient drop-off area and parking structure expansion comprised of approximately 750-stalls located along the Pine Street frontage. The proposed 165,000 square-foot ambulatory surgery center will be located along the Pacific Avenue frontage.

The existing Maple Street parking structure ingress and egress will be limited to employees only, whereas the new Pine Street access will be limited to patients and visitors.



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