Housing History Happening On The Everett Waterfront

May 26, 2021

Everett Economy

People have been moving in over the past couple of weeks.

The developer, builder, Port and City officials cut the ribbon

A look at the Carling building to the south.

A view from the rooftop terrace on the Sawyer.

There are two restaurants planned on the space to the west of the Carling.

A view of the Sawyer.

For years there have been liveaboards at the Port of Everett but now people are moving into the first waterfront housing project on Port Gardner Bay in over 103 years.

Wednesday morning, SeaLevel Properties and Gracorp held an official ribbon cutting at “The Sawyer” a 135 unit building comprised of 118 one-bedroom and 17 two-bedroom units at the Waterfront Place Central Development on the Port of Everett Waterfront.

Residents were moving in as the developer, project partners, Port and City officials and other community members officially opened the building after breaking ground there in October of 2019.

South of The Sawyer work continues on a second building, “The Carling” which is four stories and will have 131 residential units. It is expected to open in early 2022. It was the site of a huge four-alarm fire on Thursday July 16th, 2020 and was completely destroyed. That did not deter the builders and you can see the progress made.

Amenities in the Sawyer include:
The Bootlegger: Speakeasy Bar and Game Room
The Kickback: Rooftop Club Room with Media Center
Hone Fitness: Workout Center and Yoga Studio
Two-level elegant lobby with fireplace
Secure bike storage with repair center
On-site resident concierge

You can click here to view the Waterfront Place Apartments website and see available units, floorplans and pricing.

Waterfront Place is a 1.5 million square foot mixed use development on 65 acres on the waterfront in Everett, Washington. Port of Everett CEO Lisa Lefeber told the folks gathered at the groundbreaking that the development is a prime example of making the Everett Waterfront a place to “Sleep, Eat, Work, Drink and Play.”

Here are some MyEverettNews.com photos from today’s ribbon cutting.



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