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November 9, 2015
McMenamins has renovated Anderson School in Bothell into a complex with three restaurants, two bars and a 72-room hotel.
The $26 million project transformed the former junior high school that was built in 1931 at 18607 Bothell Way N.E.
The art-deco style school and surrounding buildings were renovated to create 72 hotel rooms with private baths; restaurants and small bars; a brewery; movie theater; full-size swimming pool; and meeting and event spaces.
The five-acre property is McMenaminsâ€™ biggest in Washington and its first hotel in the Seattle area.
Owner: Anderson School Properties, LLC
Manager: McMenamin's Brew Pubs, Inc.
Architect: Ankrom Moisan Architects
General contractor: Andersen Construction and Pacific Crest Construction (joint venture)
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