November 17, 2021

Strawberry Court apartments break ground

By Journal Staff
Renderings by Dykeman Architects

The project is 3-stories.

Apartment units at Strawberry court are built around a large central courtyard.

Strawberry Court, an apartment complex at 1060 Columbia Ave, Marysville, broke ground last month. Dykeman Architects was the project architect. At completion, the complex will be 33,000 sq. ft. with 42 units, consisting of 21 one-bedrooms, 15 two-bedrooms, and six three-bedrooms. The units feature high ceilings, expansive windows, and access to a private courtyard with kids play area and seating. The complex has 70 surface parking stalls.

The project is named to tie in with the Marysville Strawberry Festival, which has taken place annually since 1932. At a ground breaking event the Mayor of Marysville, Jon Nehring, said the complex will be “a real boost” for the area.

The project team includes WK Investments, LLC (Owner), Dykeman Architects (Architect), Exxel Pacific (Contractor), CG Engineering (Civil & Structural Engineer), ECCOS Design (Landscape Architect), Geotest (Geotechnical Consultant) and Gibson Traffic Consultants, INC (Traffic Engineering).