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Published: Friday, March 9, 2012, 8:03 a.m.

Everett Station parking lot may go up for sale

  • Sarah Weiser / Herald Photo

How does living or working next to a train station sound to you?

Everett Transit wants to sell a large parking lot at Everett Station to a developer for $1.9 million. The city envisions a mixed-use development -- perhaps a shop on the lower level with offices and/or apartments on top. The developer would be required to retain the same capacity for parking and that parking would remain free.

The property in question is known as Parking Lot A and it's located on Smith Street between 32nd and 33rd Streets. It's around 2 acres and has 242 parking spaces.

Working or living next to a transit hub might be appealing to people who don't want to own a car, Tom Hingson of Everett Transit told me.
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