Current Projects

Year Round Farmer’s Market

In Everett, Snohomish County residents looking for a place to purchase healthy local foods year round will have a farmers’ market to call their own as of July 2014.
 
Construction of a 60,000 square-feet, year-round Farmers’ Market and Food Hub got under way Tuesday with an official groundbreaking attended by local farmers, residents, project developers and Snohomish County and Everett officials.
 
The unique Grand Avenue project, between Hewitt Avenue and Wall Street in downtown Everett, will offer shoppers high-quality local fruit, vegetables, meat and dairy products as well value-added foods produced onsite with local ingredients. 

 With development led by Dargey Enterprises and permitting approved by the city of Everett, the market will anchor a 220-unit housing project, offering additional opportunities to a part of Everett experiencing new economic growth. 

In addition to the housing project, the marketplace is expected to offer 90 retail spaces of varying sizes to farm producers in Snohomish County and the Puget Sound. Plans also include space for café-style and full-service restaurants so patrons can make a day of shopping at the market.


Marina District

In October 2012 the Port Commission adopted a development strategy for the Marina District. Extensive public feedback helped shape a new plan for the Marina District Development, that also fulfills the Port Commission’s adopted strategic direction to "get back to basics."

The strategy is adaptable and flexible to meet the project goals of coordination of the marina and upland development, a full-service marina facility, a destination with "quality of place," creates jobs and connects the community to its waterfront, and emphasizes sustainable development. The development strategy was unveiled in early September 2012 to positive public feedback, and the Port Commission adopted the strategy in early October. 

The development strategy envisions 200 - 300 housing units and a hotel in the area nearest to Marine Drive, with public access directly to the water in that area. In addition, an employment center (flexible to meet market demands) is planned for the area nearest Waterfront Center, with public access areas nearest the water.


102 Apartment Units on Rucker and Hewitt Avenues

Everett’s biggest developer, Skotdal Real Estate, has begun construction on a 102-unit, seven-story apartment building in the city’s downtown core. Construction is now underway on the southeast corner of Rucker and Hewitt avenues. Skotdal Real Estate, who developed the 200-unit Library Place Apartments in 2010, aims to bring more residents to the downtown core - increasing the demand for nearby amenities.

“One of our primary motivations for undertaking this project is to help revitalize Everett’s urban center. Developing new market-rate housing is essential for creating a positive retail environment where restaurants and small businesses can be successful. ... Simply put, downtown Everett needs more urban dwellers.”
— Craig Skotdal

For more information, contact Skotdal Real Estate at 425-252-5400.


Completed Projects:

Name / Status

ArtSpace Lofts / 40 units completed

Library Place Townhomes and Apartments / 121 units completed / Mixed Use

Performing Arts Plaza / Kids Stage / Completed

Potala Village Apartments / 100 units completed / Mixed Use

City StreetScape renovations on Hoyt & California / Completed

Schack Art Center / Completed


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