Beardslee Crossing

Beardslee crossing

Beardslee Crossing: Home to UW Bothell leadership and administrative offices

In the summer of 2015, UW Bothell leadership and administrative offices moved to leased space at The Village at Beardslee Crossing.  The move made it possible to convert offices into classrooms and faculty work space. By creating additional academic space, UW Bothell will be able to accommodate projected enrollment growth of 300 FTE students.

Beardslee Crossing includes office space, retail space and 450 apartments. It is located at the intersection of Beardslee Boulevard and I-405. For students, faculty and staff, it is an easy 10-15 minute walk to campus.

There is visitor parking under the building.

About the UW Bothell offices at Beardslee Crossing

The university is following the open office model that has been used successfully at
the UW Tower on the Seattle campus.  Most of the space is an open office configuration, with low cubicle walls or partitions similar to those used in the UW Tower. 

UW Bothell is leasing two suites:

  • First suite: 3,000 square-foot suite for the chancellor and vice chancellors.
  • Second suite: 13,000 square-foot open office concept.
  • There are a number of shared spaces – large and small conference/meeting rooms, workrooms, restrooms, and a kitchen/break area.
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Retail and food options at Beardslee Crossing include:

  • Menchie’s frozen yogurt
  • Potbelly sandwich shop
  • Green spa and massage
  • Beardslee public house and distillery
  • Starbucks coffee
  • Sushi Chinoise
  • Beardslee Public House (bar and grill)

Visit us: 

Office of the Chancellor and Vice Chancellors
19116 Beardslee Blvd.
Bothell, WA 98011

  • Institutional research
  • Legal


UW Bothell administrative offices
19128 112th Ave. NE.
Bothell, WA 98011

  • Academic affairs
  • Advancement & External Relations
  • Budget and fiscal services
  • Human resources
  • Physical planning and space management