The Barkley clock tower pokes out from behind trees as people chat at outside seating areas at Barkley Village in 2008. The area is one Bellingham’s planned urban villages with high-density housing (apartments/condos) in mixed-use developments shared with public transit and pedestrian amenities. The Whatcom County Association of Realtors says such projects are not feasible in many areas of Bellingham.
The Barkley clock tower pokes out from behind trees as people chat at outside seating areas at Barkley Village in 2008. The area is one Bellingham’s planned urban villages with high-density housing (apartments/condos) in mixed-use developments shared with public transit and pedestrian amenities. The Whatcom County Association of Realtors says such projects are not feasible in many areas of Bellingham. Staff The Bellingham Herald
The Barkley clock tower pokes out from behind trees as people chat at outside seating areas at Barkley Village in 2008. The area is one Bellingham’s planned urban villages with high-density housing (apartments/condos) in mixed-use developments shared with public transit and pedestrian amenities. The Whatcom County Association of Realtors says such projects are not feasible in many areas of Bellingham. Staff The Bellingham Herald

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