Port of Everett, City Council Adopt Vision, Guiding Principles for Waterfront

Port of Everett, City Council Adopt Vision, Guiding Principles for Waterfront

A vision and guiding principles for redeveloping the Mukilteo waterfront has been formally adopted by the Port of Everett Commission and the Mukilteo City Council, it was announced Tuesday, July 12. According to the vision statement, the Mukilteo waterfront is to be an easy and welcoming place to gather throughout the year with a mix of activities that “promotes culture, recreation and entertainment.” The commission and council, according to the statement, will be guided by a series of principles that ensure the space is authentically Mukilteo, as well as making it pedestrian friendly, sustainably mindful and boating and shoreline accessible.…
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Everett Ship Repair Opens New Dry Dock

Everett Ship Repair Opens New Dry Dock

Everett Ship Repair recently celebrated the opening and naming of its newest dry dock, the Emerald Lifter. Named in tribute to the Puget Sound, the Emerald Lifter conducted maintenance and preservation work before moving to the company’s facility at the Port of Everett last month and being put into service May 3 with its first drydocking, the company said. Its 2,000-ton lifting capacity and 220-foot by 62-foot working deck will complement the facility and Faithful Servant, the company’s current 430-foot by 110-foot 8,000-ton capacity dry dock that’s been operating since 2019. The company also received from sister company Nichols Brothers…
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Port of Everett Inks Lease To Restore Historic Waterfront Building

Port of Everett Inks Lease To Restore Historic Waterfront Building

The Port of Everett has signed a 10-year lease with Weyerhaeuser Muse LLC to renovate and reopen the historic 1920s Weyerhaeuser Building on the waterfront. The contract with the company owned by Jack and Jin Ng of China City Property LLC calls for plans to put in a new whiskey bar and coffee shop called The Muse and space for the Port of Everett Marina boating clubs to meet. The port plans to spend up to $1 million to renovate and ready the building for tenant improvements later this year. The port hopes to open the building in 2023; it…
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