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Published: Tuesday, July 16, 2013, 12:01 a.m.

Progress by the bucketful at future farmers market site

  • Mark Mulligan / The Herald

  • Mark Mulligan / The Herald
Heavy equipment operator David Edwards breaks down a wall along Wall Street using an excavator while Dan Ewell sprays down ...
    Mark Mulligan / The Herald Heavy equipment operator David Edwards breaks down a wall along Wall Street using an excavator while Dan Ewell sprays down the demolished building with a hose Thursday afternoon in Everett. The crew is clearing the way for the new downtown Farmer's Market expected to open next year. Photo taken 20130711
Heavy equipment operator David Edwards breaks down a wall along Wall Street using an excavator while Dan Ewell sprays down the demolished building with a hose Thursday afternoon in Everett. The crew is clearing the way for the downtown farmers market expected to open late next year. The market is part of a larger development on Grand Avenue that includes 220 apartments and underground parking. The development, by Dargey Enterprises, includes a Hampton Inn & Suites hotel that will face W. Marine View Drive. The same developer built nearby Potala Village, which has apartments above street-level retail and restaurant space.


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