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Available space

Bank of America Building
1604 Hewitt Avenue
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Union Bank Building
2825 Colby Avenue
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Key Bank Tower
2707 Colby Avenue
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2917 Pacific Building
2917 Pacific Avenue
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Green House Data
2707 Colby Ave | (425) 258-2500

Post Office
3102 Hoyt Avenue | (800) ASK-USPS
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Starbucks Coffee
2823 Colby Avenue | (425) 339-2688
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Silver Cup Cafe
2707 Colby Avenue | (425) 259-9358
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2205 Broadway | (425) 252-5213
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2720 Rockefeller Avenue | (425) 258-9211
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Featured Building

Union Bank Building

2825 Colby Avenue

Located in the heart of Downtown Everett, the Union Bank Building is home to Everett's business community as well as the City of Everett and Snohomish County governmental campuses. Providing office space to multiple legal and financial service firms, this building boasts street level service retailers, an impressive marble lobby, and Port Gardner Bay views with floor-to-ceiling windows. Starbucks is on-site for your daily coffee break and area cafes, sit-down dining establishments, and bars are just steps away. 

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Downtown Map

Explore Downtown Everett

Get to know your neighbors. See what's around the corner. Whether you have an endpoint in mind or are into the aimless wander, it's all right here. Click on the image above to launch a fully interactive map with descriptions and contact information on more than 100 downtown businesses and points of interest.

Featured Project

Bank of America Building

The second floor of the Bank of America Building features a large open space and dedicated elevator lobby that allows for a signature office setting for a large or growing professional firm. A sleek glass and solid stone entrance greet employees and guests with a modern and welcoming image. Windows on two sides provide excellent city views and abundant natural light. A new suspended ceiling and lighting system add contemporary flair.

The building itself boasts ample tenant and guest parking onsite and is centered among the best of Downtown Everett’s shopping, dining and entertainment amenities.  The location is conveniently accessed by car, bus or on foot – making commuting easy for employees.

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DOwntown NEWS

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Everett College Looks to Expand Student Housing. Student-only apartments that Trinity Lutheran College wants to build near its downtown campus could provide a valuable test case as higher education expands in the city. Full story here.

Everett Riverfront Developer Seeks to Build Fewer Homes. The developer who bought the Riverfront property this summer has proposed a lower-density community than expected. Full story here.

Everett Clinic CEO Preaches Continual Improvement. Everett Clinic CEO Rick Cooper is The Herald Business Journal's 2013 Executive of the Year. Full story here.

Exports Surge 29% at Everett Port. The Port of Everett is the second-fastest growing port on the West Coast. Full story here.