"It is a very exciting time in Bothell’s 104 year old history as the City’s downtown begins its transformation into a vibrant, pedestrian oriented community including residential, retail, office, and park amenities. The Six Oaks project is the first development to break ground on the former Northshore School District property and demonstrates the power of collaboration between local government and the private sector to create the community's re-imagined downtown." states Bob Stowe, Bothell's City Manager.
A five-story, 203-unit mixed-use apartment community, Six Oaks will offer 6,300 square feet of retail space as well as a mix of apartments ranging in size from 650-1,100 square feet. The apartment's location provides easy access to the Region's top employment centers in Seattle, Bellevue, Redmond, Woodinville and Everett. Located within one block of two State Highways, less than one mile east of Interstate 405, one-fourth mile from a Park & Ride, near the Sammamish River Trail and next to the new McMenamins, residents can take advantage of its urban core location and amenities.
The Six Oaks community is just a short walk from the many restaurants, shops, bars, parks and trails that will reside in and around the new downtown Bothell Landing - a suburban district linking five mini-neighborhoods together backed by $150 million in public investment and an additional $207 million in private funding.
Residents of Six Oaks have access to a wide range of on-site amenities including two landscaped courtyards, outdoor fireplaces, BBQ’s and seating areas, workout facility, clubroom with entertainment kitchen and lounge areas and controlled access with secure parking. Inside the Six Oaks apartments, residents will enjoy building-wide fast Wi-Fi connectivity, open floor plans with natural light, energy efficient fixtures, granite countertops, stainless appliances, full size washer and dryers, walk-in closets and plenty of storage for belongings and bikes.