The city of Bothell has repurchased four parcels of land adjacent to city hall from 360 Hotel Group after they failed to begin construction on two hotels in June. (Aaron Kunkler /Bothell-Kenmore Reporter)

The city of Bothell has repurchased four parcels of land adjacent to city hall from 360 Hotel Group after they failed to begin construction on two hotels in June. (Aaron Kunkler /Bothell-Kenmore Reporter)

Bothell buys back proposed hotel land

A development deal to bring two hotels to downtown Bothell has fallen through.

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