Station Nine Apartments

Home is where the hearth is.

You have stuff, we have space. A perfect match! Roll into Station Nine, where each apartment was designed to maximize space, with a generous kitchen, plenty of storage and a deck or patio.

Welcome friends and family with ease—generous and newly renovated living spaces fit a crowd and ensure that you enjoy every minute spent in your new home. Smartly appointed kitchens feature counter space that supports spreading out a bit. That’s right, room to bake a double batch of cookies! Go ahead, curl up and enjoy them in front of the hearth. There’s one in most every home.

Check out the snapshots of Station Nine

Apartment features:

  • Wood burning fireplaces in most units
  • Private decks/patios
  • Light fixtures inspired by the area’s railroad heritage
  • Outdoor storage space
  • Pet friendly community
  • Water sub-meter (pay only for the water you use)
  • Full-sized washer and dryer
  • Plenty of parking

About The Name

In 1910, the Seattle-Everett Traction Company completed the interurban rail line between Seattle and Everett with a stop at Martha Lake, which was nine stops south of Everett. The interurban rail was the catalyst for development in the Lynwood area, and the transit story in the area continues to resonate since the primary driver for renters to select the property is its location between employment and entertainment centers such as the Mill Creek Town Center and the Alderwood Mall.

Station Nine Apartments

Photo courtesy of the Alderwood Manor Heritage Association.