118 unit townhouse project coming to Canyon Park

MJS Investors are working to build out a townhouse development in Bothell’s Canyon Park neighborhood in a cluster of office buildings.

The project is called Canyon Park 18 & 19 Townhouse and would build out 118 townhouses on nearly seven acres in the north Bothell neighborhood and include one parking spot per townhouse with some on-street parking. According to an environmental review submitted by the developer, it would generate roughly 810 daily vehicle trips. Construction could begin this fall and be completed by late 2020.

The development is in the Canyon Park subarea, a nearly 1,000-acre area in north Bothell. The city’s development plan states it should be developed as a community and regional activity center that expands opportunity for multi-family housing to promote affordable housing close to jobs, shopping and services. The Canyon Park 18 & 19 Townhouse project is bordered to commercial and office buildings.

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