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The Village at Beardslee Crossing

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Using a multifaceted approach in the design of the project, the developers selected four prominent Bothell individuals to educate visitors on Bothell’s history, including George Brackett (1842-1927), Andrew Beckstrom (1852-not recorded), William R. Ross (1859-1901) and Charles Beardslee (1865-not recorded). The buildings will take on their names while revealing a story about each man’s significance and contribution to Bothell’s history. At the same time, they will highlight the progression of industry from homesteading, logging and millwork to the current biomedical zone. A focus on the natural environment is also an integral part of this project.

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