Development Opportunities in Bothell

Bothell's combination of big city demographics and small town feel support and sustain the downtown's commercial, retail, and residential growth. An economic study developed by The Concord Group in summer 2009 notes that the city can capture one million square feet of current projected 10 year (2010-2020) demand for new retail, office, and residential development in the downtown district. With the City's investment of over $150 million in public infrastructure, that potential expands. In fact, in 2012, the City has already reached a milestone with one-third the overall private development goal having been met. More than $207 million in private investment has been placed, leveraged by $150 million in public investment. The new developments equate to an estimated 1,500 units of downtown housing and over 144,000 square feet of commercial office space.

The map below highlights the land parcels that are offered for sale. If you have interest in a particular parcel or would like further information about development opportunities in Bothell, please contact: Bob Stowe, (425) 486-3256 or by e-mail bob.stowe@ci.bothell.wa.us

The City has made large investments in improving its development process to deliver an easy and predictable entitlement process. Learn more about what the city has done to eliminate expensive and lengthy requirements, and to streamline the development process.

Land Development Parcels

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Factoids

  • 25 acres of city-owned land will be offered as surplus for sale between now and 2014
  • City-owned parcels alone can support development of a minimum of 450,000 square feet of market-driven demand for residential, commercial, and civic space, with potential for increased density.
  • The shared campus of the University of Washington Bothell/Cascadia Community College is expanding rapidly and is anticipated to increase enrollment to 10,000 students in the next 6 years.
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