An artist’s rendering of the planned Waterfront Place development in Everett. (SeaLevel Properties)

An artist’s rendering of the planned Waterfront Place development in Everett. (SeaLevel Properties)

Port, developer finalize terms for 266 waterfront apartments

SeaLevel Properties will buy 5.44 acres for $7 million. The project should be completed in 2020.

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