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Waterfront Redevelopment
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Connecting
Bellingham to the Bay

The Waterfront District


For more than a century, Downtown Bellingham has been separated from Bellingham Bay by a large industrial site.

Today the Port of Bellingham and the City of Bellingham are joining forces to redevelop 237 acres of waterfront property -- with the goal of transforming an idle and vacant industrial site into a thriving development area. See Request for Proposal Issued May 2013

The port and city are working together to create a community-supported redevelopment plan, attract high-quality developers, create new sustainable jobs and provide new public waterfront parks and trails.

Project Description
The Port of Bellingham is cleaning up and redeveloping 237 acres of contaminated industrial property located along Bellingham's central waterfront to create new economic opportunities and jobs. The community will enjoy 33 acres of new parks and trails and over two miles of new access to the water. This large land area won't change overnight; it is estimated to take 40-50 years of investment and development before the project will be completely finished.

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