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Everett leads US in new apartment sizes, study says

EVERETT, Wash. — A new study is showing an unexpected side-effect of the pandemic. New apartments seem to be growing in square footage in the U.S., and Everett is leading the pack. This study done by Rent Café and Yardi Matrix, a market intelligence company, shows these new apartments are...
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Seattle, WAHousing Wire

Hundreds of Seattle homes selling for $300K over asking

An astonishing 580 homes in the Seattle metro area have sold for $300,000 or more above their asking prices in 2021. That’s compared to only 16 homes during the same period in 2020. And that’s just the high end, according to the latest analysis from Redfin. The brokerage/listings portal said...
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Contemporary & Spacious Home in Winslow Grove

8771 NE Winslow Grove Court, Bainbridge Island, WA 98110. Explore this contemporary and spacious four-bedroom home in Winslow Grove, a newer neighborhood in a well-established cul-de-sac of 19 homes. This smart home has 10-foot ceilings and two outdoor entertaining areas that include an open courtyard and a covered patio with a skylight and multi-slider door. A gourmet kitchen features a built-in table that connects the great room spaces, as well as quartz counters and Thermador stainless steel appliances including double dishwashers and a range plus wall oven. Also, find a prep/bar area between the kitchen and dining room. The main-level guest suite has a ¾ bath, and upstairs you’ll find a beautiful primary suite with separate vanities, a soaking tub, and spa shower, plus a bonus room on the second floor that’s perfect for an office or playroom. Ideally located, this home is close to town and the ferry and is across from Owen’s Playground and ballfields.
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Mill Stream Properties purchases 3 more parcels in prime TC-1 block

The block east of the Transit Center contains some of the most important properties for ensuring a strong future connection between Mountlake Terrace Station, Veterans Park and the MLT Town Center. That block is made up of the 59th Place West cul-de-sac and a group of eight properties at the corner of 58th Ave West and 236th Street SW.
Everett, WAHeraldNet

Exiting Seattle: An innovative company is coming to Everett

TimberRise and its 33-year-old founder, Carson Bowlin, are the sort of new addition to the Everett business community that should make any economic development office quite happy. Over the next month, Bowlin plans to move his growing real estate development business from Seattle to Everett. It’s a good business move...
Seattle, WAKOMO News

Seattle investing $9 million to revitalize downtown, boost economy

SEATTLE — The city of Seattle will invest more than $9 million into downtown recovery projects to boost the city’s reopening and long-term recovery. Downtown Seattle has been hit hard by the global pandemic. The Road to Downtown Recovery Plan will include efforts to address empty storefronts, provide direct cash...
Seattle, WAseattlemet.com

Property Watch: A Historic Home in Discovery Park

Officers’ Row is an island in the middle of Discovery Park. These Colonial Revival homes built in 1899 and 1904 don’t just skirt the edge of the park grounds; they’re right in the middle, surrounded by trees and trails. Along with nearby Montana Circle, it’s one of a couple pockets of former Fort Lawton land that wasn’t transferred to the city—the U.S. Navy still owned it until 2015, when it was sold to private developer Rise Properties. Rise put them on the market in 2016 and 2017 after extensive remodeling.
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Seattle-based developer says A/C systems in northwest homes could become more common

SEATTLE — With temperatures expected to soar in the Pacific Northwest in the coming days, many residents in the area are asking themselves, should I get air conditioning?. Pre-installed A/C units in residential buildings in the Puget Sound region may be limited, and central HVAC systems are rare. So on days when a heat wave strikes, residents may have to opt for portable A/C units that are either stand-alone or attachable to windows or vents.
Mountlake Terrace, WAmltnews.com

MLT City Council approves new utility billing services vendor

The Mountlake Terrace City Council at its June 21 regular business meeting approved a proposal authorizing the city to contract with a new company to provide utility billing and contract processing services. Previously, the City of Mountlake Terrace had contracted for many years with Automatic Funds Transfer Services (AFTS) to...
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Home Values are Surging in Redmond, Washington

In the early months of the COVID-19 pandemic, U.S. home sales slumped. Since then, however, the market has come roaring back — and rising demand, in conjunction with a relatively low supply of housing, has caused home values to surge. According to estimates from Zillow, a Seattle-based real estate data company, between May 2020 and […]
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Washington businesses get ready for a full reopening

EDMONDS, Wash. — With just seven days to go, Washington State businesses are bracing to re-open at full capacity for the first time in over a year. There’s still a mix of excitement and a little fear as businesses welcome the most people they've seen in more than a year.
Mountlake Terrace, WAnextmlt.com

Landsverk Quality Homes purchases 216th Pl SW townhome project, now under construction

The townhome project at the intersection of 216th St SW and 50th Ave W is now moving forward after being purchased by Landsverk Quality Homes. This development is located at the northeast corner of 216th Pl SW and 50th Ave W, at 4907 216th Pl SW. Buildings are oriented north to south, with the west building having front doors that have direct access to 50th Ave W, while the east building has pedestrian pathways that can access either 50th or 216th. This property is zoned Medium Density Multi-Household (RMM) in which the construction of townhomes is an allowed use. The properties to the north and west are zoned RMM as well, while to the east and south is zoned Single Household Residential (RS)