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Here’s where more apartments are proposed for the Bellingham neighborhood

Proposed mixed-use building would have 50 residential units

A 50-unit mixed-use building is proposed to replace the existing commercial building on Dupont Street and D Street in Bellingham, Wash. This project is one of many planned for the Lettered Streets neighborhood.
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A 50-unit mixed-use building is proposed to replace the existing commercial building on Dupont Street and D Street in Bellingham, Wash. This project is one of many planned for the Lettered Streets neighborhood.

A new proposal would demolish a commercial building to make way for a mixed-use structure that has 50 residential units.

A city design review board meeting is scheduled for 3 p.m. on Tuesday, April 16 to discuss a project being proposed for 804 Dupont St., formerly home to St. John Glass. The meeting is open to the public and will be at the City Council chambers at 210 Lottie St.

The project calls for the demolition of the commercial building and a nearby house to construct a four-story, 50-unit residential building with commercial space on the ground floor. Parking and street improvements are in the initial design.

This is one of several projects that are in the works for the Lettered Streets neighborhood. Other proposals include a six-story, 50-unit apartment complex on G Street and moving Northwest Recycling out of the district, which could lead to multiple redevelopment projects.

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Dave Gallagher has covered the Whatcom County business community since 1998. Retail, real estate, jobs and port redevelopment are among the topics he covers.
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