Cascade View Everett – Everett, WA

Tidy middle-class homes line the streets of Cascade View, a bedroom community of Everett, Washington. Residents enjoy convenient access to shopping, dining, transportation and recreation along with an easy commute to several nearby cities, including Seattle and Tacoma. Situated in the southern section of the city, Interstate 5 runs along Cascade View's eastern border. A few miles to the west, Everett’s world-famous port hugs the shore of Possession Sound and holds a place as an important point of commerce for the region. Boeing's Everett production facility is one of the largest buildings in the world. A close-knit community, Cascade View's population is composed mostly of working families who take pride in keeping their neighborhood clean and safe. The unique combination of natural beauty and industrial prowess continues to draw people to this charismatic little corner of the Pacific northwest.

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Restaurants & Nightlife

You can satisfy just about any culinary craving quite easily in Everett. Cascade View and the surrounding areas house restaurants in a variety of flavors. Authentic ethnic eateries sit alongside down-home diners and popular seafood spots. Cascade View’s largest concentrations of shops and restaurants can be found in and around Everett Mall and along Evergreen Way. Oshima Sushi, a few minutes south of Cascade View on Evergreen Way sits nearly hidden inside a nondescript shopping center. Enter for food that’s far above average, creative presentation and amazing prices. Adventurous diners must try the multi-layered sexy roll. Traditionalists will be pleased with the über-fresh sashimi plate. In a hurry? They also make to-go orders. Nick’s Jr. Burgers and Gyros, also on Evergreen, serves up a friendly atmosphere and outstanding food. The deluxe burger satisfies even the most primitive burger craving brimming with beef, grilled mushrooms, hickory bacon and loads of fresh toppings including avocado. The gyros are just as good, with ribbons of tender lamb slathered in garlicky yogurt sauce. You don’t have to go all the way into Seattle for good coffee. RedDoor Coffee Roasters roast and brew their own gourmet beans in-house, providing perfectly prepared coffee drinks every day of the week. Locals run the place, and you’ll always find a warm inviting atmosphere at RedDoor. If you’re in from out of town, make sure to pick up a bag of their signature beans to brew at home. Cascade View isn't exactly known for its nightlife, but there are plenty of nearby places to sidle up to the bar for a drink and some good times. Downtown Everett offers lots of after-hours fun and with Seattle less than 30 minutes away, the options for revelers are practically endless. If you want to keep things local just head north on Evergreen Way and you'll find the White Buffalo Saloon, perfect for a night of laid-back fun. A friendly sports bar with strong drinks and cold beers, don't forget to try one of their stellar pizzas before you leave.

History & Culture

Everett’s neighborhoods share a rich history. Once home to native northwest tribes, the area gave way to mining and industry in the late 1800s and early 1900s, even playing a part in the Klondike Gold Rush. Mostly an industrial area throughout the mid 21st century, revitalization projects transformed the region into an attractive residential community with shopping centers, schools and family homes. Visit the Historic Everett Theatre to see plays, comedians and bands that make up the theatre’s ever-changing roster of events. The Everett Museum works to keep history alive and to share it in an interesting, engaging way -- often hosting events and exhibitions. Everett’s healthy art scene is evidenced by galleries and festivals celebrating local artists past and present, and by installations placed throughout the city. The annual Fresh Paint Festival of Artists sees the marina promenade adorned with the work of talented area artists.


Cascade View residents get around predominantly by car, with the neighborhood being fairly low on the walkability scale due mostly to the geographical layout. However, you can easily find a place to eat or shop within walking distance if you don’t mind sticking around the neighborhood. The city of Everett has several bike trails and bike-friendly roadways but since many are not connected to one another, it’s not feasible to do your intercity traveling by bike. I-5 runs alongside Everett, connecting the area with destinations to the north and south. Local and metropolitan bus systems can take you around Everett and to surrounding municipalities like Seattle and Tacoma. You can’t typically hail a cab in Cascade View, but you can call a service to have one sent -- usually within minutes. Everett’s neighborhoods tend to have lots of free and inexpensive parking options. Several garages offer secure overnight parking for visitors, and rates are low — especially compared to nearby cities like Seattle and Tacoma.


Living in Cascade View costs about 7% less than the Everett average. The average rental price for a one-bedroom apartment is just under $900 per month. A bus ride around Everett will cost around $2, and a commuter fare to take you into Tacoma or Seattle will run about $4. Cascade View gas prices tend to stay within the same range as other Everett neighborhoods, which run about 3% higher than the national average. You should expect to pay about five bucks for a cold beer at a local establishment.


The Everett Mall, prolific shopping and dining hub, sits just on the outskirts of Cascade View and attracts locals and visitors daily for work and play. Spend the whole day among the many shops and services that include a jeweler, a spa, massage studio and a dental office. The mall also hosts familiar home decor outlets, beauty product retailers, and favorite department stores like Macy’s and Sears. A ten minute drive north into downtown Everett yields an entirely different shopping experience, where boutiques and small local shops line the roads. Downtown is the place to go if you're seeking antiques, art and unusual fare. J. Matheson Gifts Kitchen and Gourmet is a downtown favorite where you can find unique gifts and treasures for your own home. Gourmet foods, children’s items, eclectic home decor pieces, jewelry and much more awaits. They’ll even make beautiful customized wedding invitations or holiday cards to your specifications. If you’re looking for a new camera or need yours repaired, hit Ken’s Camera on Evergreen. Not your typical electronics shop, the people at Ken's know their stuff and they care. Their honesty, service, and fair prices keep locals and travelers coming back. Even if you just have a few camera-related questions that you need blunt answers to, this is your place. Residents in Cascade View have easy access to popular grocery stores like Trader Joe’s, WinCo and Costco. The surrounding neighborhoods also contain a healthy number of international and specialty markets. Head over to the marina on summer Sundays for the Everett Farmers Market. Everett Mall also hosts its own farmers market on Fridays during warm months.


While no parks exist within the boundaries of Cascade View, more than 40 parks and recreational spaces are located throughout Everett. Each takes advantage of the area’s abundant natural beauty offering play areas, open spaces and sports fields. Everett’s parks often host free concerts and music events during the summer. Howarth Park is worth the 10 minute drive. Situated along the shoreline of Possession Sound, Howarth offers nearly 30 acres of recreational opportunities including trails, a scenic viewpoint, a tennis court and a saltwater beach. There’s also an off-leash area for dogs along the north part of the beach. Dog owners flock to Loganberry Lane Park to play in this showcase of northwest nature. Unlike most off-leash dog parks that keep you corralled into a small area, here you can take your pick from multiple trails where you and your pooch are welcome. Always free to use, this park is often populated with friendly fellow dog-lovers. Just be courteous and clean up after your pets. Head to the parks and green spaces surrounding Everett's marina during the summer to enjoy local talent on display for the free waterfront concert series that's held every year.
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