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. In the next couple of months, they’ll be able to eat hamburgers and drink cocktails at a bar as the first part of a project to turn old shipping containers into new space for businesses nears completion.
Emily Paulson (she/her) is a senior reporter for The Front this quarter. She is a sophomore currently pursuing a double major in journalism specifically news/ed track and in accounting. Emily focuses her reporting on the Bellingham waterfront and other city news stories. Outside of journalism, Emily plays on the Western softball team, enjoys watching sports, spending time with friends and working on her podcast.
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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.
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.
The waterfront is working on a three-building condominium project that will include ground-floor retail. The condominium is in the process of being built and located next to the Granary Building and Waypoint Park.
European green crabs, Carcinus maenas, are considered a level one invasive species in Washington and are spreading across the Pacific Northwest.