Make Yourself at Home.
Inspired by nature and close to it all, the new homes we're developing connect neighbors and neighborhoods to Bellingham and beyond. The prime address of the communities we're building in Bellingham is the rapidly growing, pedestrian-friendly Cordata neighborhood. Located in the northern end of the city, Cordata is home to the 72-acre campus of Whatcom Community College, Community Gardens, the 10-acre Cordata Park and the much-anticipated 25-acre Cordata Community Park. Plans for the new park include trails, protected wetlands, picnicking areas and shelters, an amphitheater with gazebo, and sports courts. And we're placing our homeowners and tenants right smack dab in the middle of it all.
Within easy walking distance of the new homes we're creating in Cordata are approximately 20 restaurants and coffee shops, and minutes away are conveniences such as Bellis Fair Mall, Bellingham International Airport, Costco, Fred Meyers, PeaceHealth Medical Group and the Bellingham Community Food Coop, voted the city’s best grocery store. In addition, homeowners with school-aged children are connected to the nearby Cordata Elementary School via the interurban trail system that runs along the edge of the neighborhood, allowing parents and children to walk to and from school.
Available New Home Communities
now selling From the low $300’s
Featuring 69 one- and two-story homes, the Mt. Baker–view neighborhood of The Cottages offers homebuyers a variety of 2-bedroom and 3-bedroom floor plans choices, ranging between 954-1568 square feet. Contemporary included features such as hardwood flooring, granite kitchen counter tops, gas fireplaces, and more. Several protected greenbelt homesites available.
Final Opportunity - Only one Home left!
Surrounded by nature, nearly all of the 22 one- and two-story new homes in phase 3 at The Commons back up to protected green space, immersing homeowners in their natural surroundings. Included features at The Commons span from granite counter & vanity tops, to stainless steel appliances, to hand-scraped style hardwoods, and two-car garages.
Surrounded by the Beauty of the Northwest
The perfect basecamp for outdoor recreation on land and water—and ideally situated between the urban adventures of Vancouver, B.C. and Seattle—Bellingham is the quintessential Northwest city.
The seaside community in the shadow of Mount Baker is home to artists and entrepreneurs, college students and growing families. Bellingham has recently made “Best Places to Live” lists including Sunset, Time, and Outside magazines - thanks in large part to the vast recreation opportunities nearby; 143 miles of saltwater shoreline, 3,000 miles of rivers and streams, and the majestic North Cascades mountain range.
Mountain bikers can head to Galbraith Mountain, named one of the top 10 places to ride by Mountain Bike magazine. Hikers can choose to lace up their shoes to traverse the 65 miles of in-city trails or hop on the unbeaten paths of Chuckanut Mountains or Mount Baker Snoqualmie National Forest. Downhill and cross-country skiing can be had at Mt. Baker Ski Area. Or if golfing is more your taste, Bellingham and the surrounding communities have a variety of courses to choose from, including Semiahmoo Golf and Country Club, which boasts links designed by golfing great Arnold Palmer.
For arts and culture, Bellingham hosts community festivals and events like the annual Ski to Sea Race and the monthly downtown art walk. Shoppers will enjoy browsing one-of-a-kind boutiques and galleries, while foodies can take advantage of small cafes and locally-grown breweries, wineries and distilleries. You can even buy fresh seafood right off the boat at the Bellingham Marina.
Mount Baker Wilderness Area
At 1801 Roeder Ave. ©Sheila Say Photography
Fairhaven Village Green
At 1207 10th Street in the Fairhaven Neighborhood. ©Sheila Say Photography
Beach at Boulevard Park
At 470 Bayview Dr. ©Sheila Say Photography
Fire pit at the Bellwhether Hotel
Galbraith Mountain Biking
Just outside Bellingham's city limits, Galbraith Mountain is a privately owned, 3,100+ acre working woodland that's been producing lumber and wood products since the early 1900's. Most of the forest (2,240 acres) is currently owned by Galbraith Tree Farm, LLC purchased of the property with the intent to preserve public access to the 50-mile mountain biking trail system, while sustainably harvesting about 2-3% of the timber per year.
At 250 Flora Street. ©Sheila Say Photography
Larrabee State Park
Sunset on Clayton Beach at Larrabee State Park
©Sheila Say Photography
Beach fire at Semiahmoo Point in Whatcom County
©Sheila Say Photography
Golf Course at Semiahmoo Resort. ©Sheila Say Photography
Historic sailing ship off the shore of Bellingham with Mt Baker in the background.
©Sheila Say Photography