SOURCE: Phinney Bischoff Design House

January 08, 2008 12:11 ET

Phinney Bischoff Lands OliverMcMillan Development Project

SEATTLE, WA--(Marketwire - January 8, 2008) - Phinney Bischoff Design House (PBDH), a Seattle-based brand design firm, recently acquired the OliverMcMillan Everett Riverfront account.

PBDH is currently working with OliverMcMillan and the City of Everett on a mixed-use development project along Everett's Snohomish River. PBDH is developing the brand strategy, naming, identity, and marketing collateral for the integrated live/work/play neighborhood. OliverMcMillan plans to incorporate retail, entertainment, hospitality, residential and office space.

Everett will soon be home to this unique mixed-use development, with 1 million square feet of retail and residential space. The development is located along the banks of the Snohomish River, and includes 50 acres of residential space and 50 acres of retail space. The development offers something for everyone, from kayaking to shopping and dining.

"This project is a great addition to our portfolio of real estate development clients," says Leslie Phinney, CEO of PBDH. "We are very excited at this opportunity to help in the expansion and growth of the community of Everett."

OliverMcMillan is a San Diego-based firm that develops unique, high quality mixed-use retail, entertainment and residential projects, both privately and through public-private partnerships with public entities and redevelopment agencies. www.olivermcmillan.com.

About Phinney/Bischoff Design House: PBDH is an independent, highly regarded brand design firm with offices in Seattle and Sun Valley, Idaho. Founded in 1982, PBDH offers world-class expertise in brand strategy, design, interactive, and ideation. PBDH believes that great ideas in brand design come from inviting clients into the creative process. The firm is dedicated to bold and innovative work inspired by this transparent and inclusive approach to collaboration. For more information, visit www.pbdh.com.

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