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Everett commercial real estate is set to boom over the next decade, attracting local and international businesses to the area. The Port of Everett has a deep-water port that provides access to worldwide cargo freight. In contrast, Amazon has chosen two sites in the city as home to a new distribution center and the first-of-its-kind robotic distribution center. In addition, the Port operates a Foreign Trade Zone #85, lending further weight to the city’s ambition to become a leading manufacturing and distribution hub.
The city has spent $90 million across various Riverfront projects, including 400,000 sq ft of commercial space alongside a retail center. Supporting the city’s drive to become a green economy hub is the news that German-based company inFarm has decided to locate their new state-of-the-art facility in Everett’s Delta neighborhood.
Everett’s biggest employer is The Boeing Company, who have based their most significant assembly point by volume, sprouting a solid community of high-tech and manufacturing businesses within the avionics, technology, healthcare, engineering, and agriculture industries. In addition, the city boasts a strong academic record. The Everett Community College and Washington State University at Everett deliver world-class higher education, creating a steady stream of talent to fuel growth within local businesses.
A 35-minute drive from downtown Seattle, Everett is the most populated city in Snohomish County. Over 109,000 people reside in this city, located off I-5, home to the most significant public marina on the west coast.
Paine Field Airport connects Everett to 12 US cities, including two seasonal routes, with 18 daily departures operated by Alaska Airlines and United Airlines. In addition, the airport continues to support the local aerospace industry as home to the Boeing Everett Factory and the Aviation Technical Services, one of the USA’s largest aviation maintenance facilities.
The city is well connected by freight rail services operated by Burlington Northern/Santa Fe Railroad and Union Pacific. In addition, there are plans underway to construct a light rail transportation system to connect Everett with North Seattle.
Things to Do
There is plenty of fun things to see and do in Everett. The quaint historic downtown is a magnet for day and evening activities with a vibrant culture, music, and arts scene complementing popular eateries. The area also features local breweries, the Angle of the Winds Arena (which includes a community ice rink and home to the Everett Silvertips Hockey Club), and hosts festivals providing lots of fun for families all year-round. Downtown Everett also features a unique shopping experience where the headquarters for toymaker Funko is located. In addition, Funko Field is home to the local minor-league baseball team, Everett Aquasox.
For adventure and outdoor activities, the Cascade Mountains lie to the east and the bay to the west, providing plenty of weekend fun, whether it’s skiing, hiking, biking, or even kiteboarding to indulge in.
The city’s future development plans include the Fisherman’s Harbor, which will involve 12 acres of land transformed into a year-round public attraction, featuring trails, fountains, a hotel, and mix retail location for shops and restaurants.