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Over the last decade, the city of Bothell has focused on a long-term downtown renewal. The city has spent over $100 million in public projects and more than $200 million in private capital. In the immediate downtown area, over 1,200 new residences are in the pipeline.
The growth in Bothell has spaces with housing, office, and retail. The city has over a dozen distinct neighborhoods. The city has many nice parks and open spaces and has the excellent Northshore school district. Pop Keeney Stadium hosts sporting events for several high schools in the area. Country Village is a quaint shopping area with over 40 shops and restaurants. A Farmers Market is there every Friday during the summer.
Bothell is near wineries in Woodinville. The Sammamish River Trail and Burke-Gilman Trail give miles of biking and walking. The Northshore Performing Arts Center brings shows to the community each year. You can find more information about Bothell at explorebothell.com or Bothell, Washington. Bothell is bordered by Lake Forest Park, Mountlake Terrace, and Lynnwood to the west, Mill Creek to the north, and Woodinville to the south.