If you haven’t buzzed by the Everett Public Library lately, you are in for a pleasant surprise. There just happens to be a very classy looking newly constructed apartment complex just south of and adjacent to the library. This architecturally-pleasing building happens to be appropriately named “Library Place.” At a time when Everett planners and private developers are investing considerable resources into the city, Library Place is yet one more improvement in what at one time was a faltering district. No doubt the new complex will attract a variety of individuals who are intent on living in a cosmopolitan setting that still resides in an area of traditional neighborhoods.
In honoring the library and the knowledge depository it keeps safe for the community, the designer of the multi-residential structure includes a mega-larger-than-life sculpture of a set of colorful books featuring classic authors like Charles Dickens, Walt Whitman, Jane Austen, Franz Kafka, Sinclair Lewis and other famous writers of their day. This incredible set of books is tucked up against the book-end like curb and will no doubt become an important part of the Everett personality and identity.
Indeed it is fun to watch newcomers walk by the book sculpture as their mouths drop and they gasp in excitement. Then as they continue to stroll down the sidewalk their eyes wander upward to the crisp bold architecture of the balcony-featured apartment complex. In the opinion of Everett Source the building is a perfect addition to the district, and the reasonable leasing rates make it even better.
Everett Source did a little investigating and discovered that the units are surprisingly affordable. For example some of the Loft Studios rent for only $1100.00 per month. That’s not bad for a cutting edge residence in the core of downtown Everett close to shopping, banking, the waterfront, and bus transportation (right in front of the building).
For those with a propensity for reading, such a loft just might be the next best thing to heaven. And whether you are in the market for a new apartment or not, check out the big books at Library Place, and then meander into the Everett Library and check out a little book.
Additional information on Library Place amenities, floor plans, pricing plans and other leasing considerations can be obtained by calling Skotdal Real Estate at 425-252-5400, or by visiting their website at the following URL: http://library-place.com/leasing-details.