An artist’s rendering shows a planned 18-story apartment building in Lynnwood, which would be the second-tallest structure in Snohomish County. (Cosmos Development)

An artist’s rendering shows a planned 18-story apartment building in Lynnwood, which would be the second-tallest structure in Snohomish County. (Cosmos Development)

Developer proposes an 18-story building in Lynnwood

It would be the second-tallest in the county and include apartments with retail space.

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