Located 25 miles north of Seattle, the City of Everett is evolving from its industrial past into a vibrant urban center with a strong focus on quality-of-life amenities — including the arts. As part of this process, the City of Everett and the Arts Council of Snohomish County invited Artspace to develop a mixed-use project in downtown Everett.
Artspace Everett Lofts occupies a new four-story building that provides 40 units of affordable live/work housing for artists on the upper three floors plus a home for the Arts Council — now renamed the Schack Art Center — on the ground floor. The Schack features the most advanced glass works facility of its kind on the west coast, with glassblowing, flame working and sandblasting, as well as gallery, a gift shop, and two studio spaces that can be rented for special events, meetings and celebrations.
As part of a larger economic development initiative designed to revitalize downtown Everett while stabilizing its creative community, Artspace Everett Lofts is also Artspace’s — and Everett’s — first project to earn a coveted LEED “silver” rating from the U.S. Green Building Council.
Stickney Murphy Romine Architects
CitibankCity of Everett: Housing Trust Fund, HOME Funds, Property ConveyanceCommercial Construction LoanFederal Home Loan Mortgage CorporationSnohomish County, HOME U.S. BankWashington Department of Community, Trade and Economic Development, Ofﬁce of Community DevelopmentWashington State Housing Finance Commission
Building for the ArtsThe Paul G. Allen Family Foundation U.S. Bancorp Foundation Washington Mutual Foundation
Artspace Everett provides 40 units of affordable housing for individual artists and artists with families, conveniently located in the downtown Everett core. If offers spacious one bedroom and two-bedroom lofts, ranging from 800-1,200 square feet.
Open floor plans with high ceilings and durable surfaces, perfect for working artists
Large community room and on-site laundry facilities
Rooftop deck with city, mountain and views of Puget Sound
Underground parking available for residents with elevator access
Located near bus lines, public library, grocery, restaurants and other urban amenities
Artspace Everett Lofts is an income restricted project. To qualify for housing your income must be below the following categories. Half the units are for artists earning less than 50% of area median income and half are for artists learning less than 60% of area median income. Rents range from $759 - $1,050 and chart below lists maximum income levels.
Anyone may apply for residency in our project and we will accept applications from anyone. Artspace is committed to attracting creative individuals and families from diverse artistic and cultural backgrounds. We are especially interested in individuals who are committed to building a community and will give some of their time and energy toward this goal.
Artspace Everett Lofts keeps a list of interested applicants. To be placed on list, send an email to the Leasing Managers with the following information:
Your name Phone Number Primary email address Number of people in household Desired unit size - 1or 2 Bedroom (one person per bedroom required) General Information (such as your artistic discipline and interests)
You can also download the application and information packet below.
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