At a new container village on the Bellingham Waterfront, visitors can drink beer, eat ice cream and rent a bicycle to ride at the nearby pump track.
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High rent costs continue to be a struggle for Bellingham residents due to several factors, including low vacancy rates.
Zebra and quagga mussels, native to the Caspian Sea, are considered a high-priority invasive species in Washington state and can cause significant ecological damage.
The site of the closed Georgia-Pacific pulp and paper mill could be a part of a redeveloped hotel and conference center on the Bellingham waterfront.
A new hotel is on the horizon for Bellingham’s historic Fairhaven district.
The Bellingham waterfront is getting a facelift.
3D technology has become an everyday tool for the real estate community and has changed how people view and buy homes because of the changing guidelines around COVID-19 and how they operate.
European green crabs, Carcinus maenas, are considered a level one invasive species in Washington and are spreading across the Pacific Northwest.