Bothell Furniture relocating to Bothell Way

Bothell Furniture has been a long-time fixture on Main Street, but in an effort to have more showroom space, owners Scott Susott and Jared Holeman are relocating to 18811 Bothell Way NE.

“After 31 years in business on Main Street in downtown Bothell, we are moving to a new location about five blocks away on Bothell Way,” the owners said in a statement.

They are in the process of moving to the new building, which they purchased, and Holeman said they plan to be completely relocated by the end of April.

“The goal is to be in by the end of the month,” he said.

Holeman said they will have a grand reopening in the new location, which is just half a mile away from the old location. No date has been set for the grand reopening, but Holeman said they would alert customers to the event.

For more information, visit bothellfurniture.com or call 425-486-5833.

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