About Dargey

We are a real estate development company focused on commercial projects that enhance and strengthen neighborhoods and communities. We have been in the real estate business since 2005 and are one of the fastest growing businesses in the Northwest.

In 2006, we acquired and developed the 50,000 square-foot late Boeing B-29 bomber facility in Everett, Washington. Built in 1909, the building has been completely renovated including the addition of a passenger elevator. The building is now home to restaurants, salons, galleries, a grocery store, and water view luxury office spaces.

Other projects include: Development of Potala Village Everett, a multistory mixed-use building with 108 apartments and 15,000+ square foot retail and restaurant space; Renovation of the Cogswell College Building, built in 1917 for the Federal Government

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Our Vision

To provide value to communities, investors and our employees.

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Goals & Experience

To be the Pacific Northwest's Premier Development company.

We develop and maintain legacy projects that meet the highest standards of construction, sustainability and profitability. We identify and source unique investment opportunities that have a great track record on return. Our projects create local jobs and retail space for businesses that stimulate the local economy. We take pride in guiding our investors along the path to achieving permanent U.S. residency through our EB-5 immigration program. Our properties create connected communities, encourage sustainable lifestyles, and provide a place in which everyone can live and work in harmony with nature.

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Our focus is more than just buildings.

Our projects enhance neighborhoods, spark economic growth to the Pacific Northwest and provide citizenship opportunities. 

With Path America, the company creates opportunities for immigrants to gain permanent U.S. residency through investment in EB-5 projects, which result in creation of local jobs and spur economic growth. 

Our projects are sustainable, environmentally sensitive and, in many cases, serve as community gathering places where farmers markets offer fresh produce and prepared foods.