This building is unique in Bellingham and Whatcom County. In addition to Class “A” quality office and manufacturing space, it has the following additional features:

Hi-Tech Office features

  • Modern attractive high-tech feel
  • Great natural light
  • Currently Wired for Fiber optic service from two or three providers
  • Extensive data and phone wiring (previously used as call center)
  • Recent carpet and paint
  • RFID access (card reader) system on primary interior and exterior doors

Manufacturing space features

  • Tilt up concrete construction – built in 1998
  • Fire sprinklered throughout
  • One truck loading dock with leveler/dock seals
  • Three street level loading docks
  • Ceiling heights up to 30 feet
  • 225 KVA electrical power capacity provided by Puget Sound Energy
  • Compressed air piped throughout manufacturing / industrial sections

Outstanding location

  • 1 mile to Whatcom Community College, home of one of the nation’s best cyber security training programs
  • 4 miles to Bellingham Technical College, ranked one of the best in the Country with great Welding and CNC technician programs
  • 3 miles to the Bellingham International Airport with service to several cities on the west coast
  • 8 miles to Western Washington University, great source of computer and environmental science graduates
  • 14 miles to the Canadian Border, 1 hour to Vancouver Airport a major international hub with multiple flights daily to Europe, Asia, North America and South America
  • 90 Miles (1.5 hours) to Seattle/Bellevue area
  • 60 Miles (1 hours) to Vancouver/Burnaby BC
  • 30 Miles (1/2 hour) to Surrey BC

Other features

  • Well maintained interior, exterior and landscaping
  • Building naming rights available for long term tenant leasing 20,000 sq ft or more
  • Two acres adjacent that is available for additional build-to-suit building and/or parking
  • Three acres of private open space available
  • Great unobstructed south facing location makes it perfect for solar panels to provide an additional source of “green” redundant power