Bothell, Washington: A town that once served as a sleepy bedroom community has been waking up in the last few decades to an economy fueled by biotechnology, telecommunications, and engineering. And along with these business developments have come residential developments in the form of distinctive neighborhoods. When you’re planning where to shop for Bothell office space, consider locating in one of these unique neighborhoods.
Located at the junction of Bothell-Everett Highway and I-405, Canyon Park is characterized by suburban residences as well as restaurants, stores, and major employers like Philips, Panasonic, and Amgen. The intersection of 228th Street SE and SR-527 is the home for retail stores on all four corners along with hotels.
With a focus on business and commerce, this neighborhood would make for a visible and recognizable location for your company.
If you’re looking for an exciting place to set up shop, Downtown Bothell is it. It’s currently going through a sweeping revitalization that promises to extend Main Street to the Sammamish River, develop a new civic campus for City Hall, grow opportunities for shopping, dining, and housing, and give this 100-year-old area a new name: Bothell Landing.
As the University of Washington at Bothell expands, the average household income hovers at $85,000, and highly paid and educated workers flock to the area, your company could enjoy a great return for its investment in this city.
This neighborhood is near Canyon Park and is a hub for shopping, entertainment, and dining to nearby residents. It is especially commerce-focused, and it’s residential focus is up-and-coming because of its home values and highly rated school district.
Thrasher’s Corner used to be a rural crossroads, but is now an increasingly popular neighborhood in Bothell that would provide the ideal office space or foot traffic your business needs.
North Creek is named for Bothell’s second largest waterway. It’s known as a business and industrial district as well as the location for a few big box retail stores and The Seattle Times’ production facility.
North Creek is also conveniently located just 15 minutes from Seattle, Bellevue, and Everett. This neighborhood also has a variety of residential areas, making it an ideal place to attract local customers.
Whatever particular region of Bothell you choose for your business to open its doors in, you’re sure the reap the benefits of a buzzing downtown, trendy shopping and dining, and major employers that are attracting educated workers to the area. Your company would be poised to grow alongside this popular northwestern city.
About the Author - Jeff Reinstein is the CEO of Premier Business Centers, a company that provides flexible office space solutions for growing and changing businesses. He has assisted in growing the business from 9 locations to over 70 throughout the United States.