Waterfront Place Retail will develop the businesses on several parcels in the Fisherman’s Harbor District, the first part of a planned makeover of Everett’s central waterfront area. (Port of Everett)

Waterfront Place Retail will develop the businesses on several parcels in the Fisherman’s Harbor District, the first part of a planned makeover of Everett’s central waterfront area. (Port of Everett)

Developer to bring restaurants, shops to the Port of Everett

This is the third developer to commit to building pieces of the Fisherman’s Harbor District.

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