Lobsang Dargey makes transition from Tibetan monk to successful real estate developer
It might seem a stretch but Lobsang Dargey says his training as a Tibetan monk has helped him be a better real estate developer.
Dargey, who owns Everett-based Dargey Enterprises, grew up in Tibet herding the family’s sheep and goats.
"We were a very poor family. All our water, we had to carry from the stream. We had to cut wood, like the Amish do," Dargey said.
Work begins on ‘green’ apartments in Everett
EVERETT — Work got underway Wednesday on what will be Everett’s first Built Green project: a combined apartment and retail building in downtown.
The $19.8 million four-story project, known as the Potala Village, will feature 108 apartments and 15,000 square feet of retail and restaurant space at the corner of Rucker and Pacific avenues in Everett. Developed by Dargey Enterprises, Potala Village will be built using environmentally friendly methods as determined by the Master Builders Association of Snohomish and King counties, which oversee the Built Green program.
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