The “Waypoint Connection” conceptual map from Harcourt Developments orients the waterfront development’s central park on a diagonal east of Laurel Street to Granary Avenue, which parallels the waterway on the north. The Granary is in the top right of the drawing with Bay Street crossing Chestnut Street to enter the property from the east. The developer says this design makes the park more central to pedestrian traffic from the Bay Street entrance. This plan also has more flow for pedestrians interested in walking to Cornwall Beach, which is west of the development.
The “Waypoint Connection” conceptual map from Harcourt Developments orients the waterfront development’s central park on a diagonal east of Laurel Street to Granary Avenue, which parallels the waterway on the north. The Granary is in the top right of the drawing with Bay Street crossing Chestnut Street to enter the property from the east. The developer says this design makes the park more central to pedestrian traffic from the Bay Street entrance. This plan also has more flow for pedestrians interested in walking to Cornwall Beach, which is west of the development. Port of Bellingham Courtesy to The Bellingham Herald
The “Waypoint Connection” conceptual map from Harcourt Developments orients the waterfront development’s central park on a diagonal east of Laurel Street to Granary Avenue, which parallels the waterway on the north. The Granary is in the top right of the drawing with Bay Street crossing Chestnut Street to enter the property from the east. The developer says this design makes the park more central to pedestrian traffic from the Bay Street entrance. This plan also has more flow for pedestrians interested in walking to Cornwall Beach, which is west of the development. Port of Bellingham Courtesy to The Bellingham Herald

The Port has picked a waterfront design. Next stop: city approval

February 20, 2018 06:22 PM