An architectural rendering of 22 North in Bellingham, which will provide 40 studio apartments for those who are homeless. The $10 million project is a partnership of nonprofits Northwest Youth Services and Opportunity Council.
An architectural rendering of 22 North in Bellingham, which will provide 40 studio apartments for those who are homeless. The $10 million project is a partnership of nonprofits Northwest Youth Services and Opportunity Council. RMC Architects Courtesy to The Bellingham Herald
An architectural rendering of 22 North in Bellingham, which will provide 40 studio apartments for those who are homeless. The $10 million project is a partnership of nonprofits Northwest Youth Services and Opportunity Council. RMC Architects Courtesy to The Bellingham Herald

When might there be more housing in Bellingham for the homeless, including veterans?

September 20, 2017 05:00 AM

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