Port Of Everett Seeking Developer For Phase 2 Of Waterfront Place

September 11, 2021

Everett Economy

Phase 2 will include housing, retail and commercial. Photo credit: Port of Everett

As the Port of Everett continues to realize their vision for Waterfront Place they have issued a call for developers to partner for Phase 2. It’s the largest piece of the development happening at the Port in Everett, Washington and includes mixed-use commercial, office, retail, and housing. They’ve scheduled a pre-submittal meeting for next Thursday. Here’s more information if you know an interested developer.

 The Port of Everett has issued a Request for Qualifications seeking quality and experienced private developers interested in partnering on the next phase of commercial, retail and residential at the Port’s 65-acre Waterfront Place mixed-use development.

This rare development opportunity will build out the Millwright District, which represents the largest mixed-use phase of the destination waterfront with up to 56,518 sq. ft. of retail, 181,894 sq. ft. of commercial/office space and 190 multi-family housing units.

To view the full RFQ, including all submittal requirements, click here. Interested parties will need to register with Bonfire (free of charge) to download the documents.



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