Port Of Everett Showcases Upcoming Projects At Waterfront Place Open House

June 29, 2022

Events in Everett

A steel drum player entertains at Pacific Rim Plaza.

The Splash Fountain at Pacific Rim Plaza.

Port staff and business owners coming to Waterfront Place were eager to share details with visitors.

With a steel drum player providing the perfect background music, the Port of Everett Wednesday afternoon showcased a myriad of upcoming projects involving current and new tenants at a series of displays surrounding Pacific Rim Plaza at the central hub of the area known as Fisherman’s Harbor.

Visitors got to see the progress being made as new buildings are going up that will house restaurants, bakeries, breweries, coffee shops and wine bars. Hotel Indigo was sharing details on their event space and the Waterfront Place Apartments were offering information on units in both buildings which are filling up quickly.

Yesterday the Port announced the new Anisoptera Spa will be coming to Waterfront Place, featuring a variety of spa and relaxation services from massage, facials and nails to float pods, saunas and more.

On Wednesday it was announced the Rustic Cork Wine Bar will also be coming to Waterfront Place as part of the Port’s Wine Walk.

The Port is a curating a mix of wineries, breweries and spirits tasting and tap rooms situated between Fisherman’s Harbor and Marina Village. Rustic Cork will be a tenant in a new two-story, 10,000 sf building overlooking the new Guest Dock 5 and Central Marina.

Click here to learn more about Waterfront Place, the 1.5 million square foot mixed-use development located on 65 acres at the waterfront in Everett, Washington. The development plans include 63,000 SF of retail and restaurant space, 447,500 SF of office, two hotels, 20,000 SF of marine retail and up to 660 waterfront homes including apartments, condominiums and/or town homes/lofts.

The Port says When fully realized, Waterfront Place is expected to support 2,075 family-wage jobs.



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