BOTHELL, WA—The City of Bothell will mark theconstruction of its new city hall at the City Hall GroundbreakingCeremony on Wednesday, Sept 3, at 10 am on site at18305 101st Ave NE. A signature project in Bothell's ambitiousvision for its downtown revitalization, the new city hall will bepart of a vibrant, multi-use block known as the CityCenter. The development team is led by CityInvestors Development, an affiliate of Vulcan RealEstate.

“This is a historic moment for Bothell, one that has followedover a decade of public discussion,” said Bothell mayorJoshua Freed. “Bothell citizens can be proudthat their vision is a success. Their vision reimaginedBothell's historic downtown in a way that would stimulate economicgrowth and ensure a revitalized downtown reflective of the valuesand fabric of their community, for current and futuregenerations. The City Hall is an important piece of thatvision.”

Located in the heart of Bothell's downtown, the city hall andmulti-use campus is a key element of the City's downtownrevitalization plan that has already attracted over $200million in private investment and is expected to stimulatean additional $450 million in private investmentover the coming years.

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David Phillips

David Phillips is a Chicago-based freelance writer and consultant with more than 20 years experience in business and community news. He also has extensive reporting experience in the food manufacturing industry for national trade publications.