Neighborhood at Lumen Apartments in Everett, Washington

A Walkable Neighborhood

Stroll right from your studio, 1 and 2 bedroom apartments in downtown Everett, Washington, to enjoy a diverse selection of restaurants, cafes, and green spaces. Wake up and head to Narrative Coffee for your favorite espresso drink or Vintage Cafe for a breakfast scramble. Stroll the scenic pathway through Grand Avenue Park and take in the lovely ocean views. Or catch a bus to Evergreen Arboretum & Gardens, where you can spend an afternoon wandering through blooming gardens, a Japanese maple grove, and more. In the mood for happy hour? Take your pick between margaritas and classic Mexican dishes at El Paraiso Mexican Grill or tapas and cocktails at Sol Food. The city is your playground when you live at Lumen Apartments.

Parks and recreation near Lumen Apartments in Everett, Washington

Parks & Rec

  • Langus Riverfront Park
  • Spencer Island Park
  • Garfield Park
  • Howarth Park
  • Forest Park
Shopping and entertainment near Lumen Apartments in Everett, Washington

Shopping & Entertainment

  • Safeway​
  • Everett Mall
  • Cascade Plaza
  • Angel of the Winds Arena
  • Historic Everett Theatre
Food and drink near Lumen Apartments in Everett, Washington

Food & Drink

  • Brooklyn Bros. Pizzeria
  • Vintage Cafe
  • Irishmen
  • The Sisters​
  • Sol Food

More to See & Do

Located at the intersection of Pacific and Rucker avenues, Lumen Apartments makes it easy to access Everett, and beyond. We are a short walk from Everett Station, where you can connect to multiple public transit options, including Amtrak. Residents of Lumen Apartments enjoy an easy commute to Boeing, Naval Station Everett, and Providence Regional Medical Center. Spend your Sundays at the Port of Everett for the weekly farmers market, where you can fill your tote with local produce, baked goods, and artisanal foods. Browse the arts and crafts booths to discover eclectic handmade goods.

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