A storied past.
Originally opened as a hotel in 1930, the Towers now features tastefully appointed, renovated office space to suit a wide range of needs.
That was then.
- 1930 Grand Opening of Bellingham Hotel
- 1960 Bellingham Hotel closes its doors
- 1962 Building reopens as a luxury apartment building
- 1974 Renamed the Bellingham Towers, it is converted into office space
- 1997 The Towers are purchased by Mike Hollander
- Renovations and improvements continue today
The Bellingham Hotel
Celebrated its grand opening in 1930. After roughly 30 years in business, it completed its chapter 11 bankruptcy and officially closed its doors. In 1962 it was reopened as a luxury apartment building. Hotel rooms were remodeled into 82 apartment units. Other renovations included the installation of an automatic elevator, a new coffee shop and kitchen, and space for retail shops.
In 1974, the Bellingham Hotel was converted into commercial office space and renamed the Bellingham Towers. The two-phase renovation remodeling was completed on the top floor restaurant, called the High Country. This renovation also saw the installation of two new high-speed elevators, coveted as the “fastest north of Seattle”.
The present owner, Mike Hollander, purchased the building in 1997 and began what is hoped to be the final overhaul of the Bellingham Towers, to restore it to its original historic beauty. The building now features tastefully appointed, fully renovated office space to suit a wide variety of needs.
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This is now.
Today, the Towers offer modern services to support tenants in their professional needs. And at 15 stories, the Towers is the city’s tallest commercial building, offering breathtaking views across the city and Bellingham Bay.
The Bellingham Towers has a number of different parking options available, including bicycle parking. Hourly and daily rates are available in our South Parking Lot starting a $2, along with monthly parking starting at $65/month (parking options range from assigned outdoor parking spaces to garaged parking spaces, depending on availability). Metered parking is $.75 per hour with a limit of 2 hours, and free on weekends, holidays and after 5pm on weekdays.
Contact Robbi for available parking spaces at 360-647-1916.
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What type of lease agreements are offered?
For most office spaces, a 1 year lease is required. You will be asked to provide proof of business insurance. Leases include power, heat, water & sewer, garbage & property taxes included. Telephone and internet are the responsibility of the tenant.
Can I sublet and share my space?
You are allowed to sublet to one other business. They must provide their own proof of business insurance.
What kind of security monitors the building?
The building is locked to the public after 7pm during weekdays, and all weekend. Key access to tenants is 24/7. Security cameras are mounted inside and out of the Towers building.
Where is the closest UPS or FedEx drop off?
A UPS and FedEx drop box is located on the first floor of the Bellingham Towers, offering daily pick ups at 4:15 p.m.
Is there a conference room available?
Yes, there is a conference room available to anyone interested, with a discounted rate for tenants. We have rates ranging from hourly to daily. Please contact our reception desk for reserving the room 360-647-1916.
Can I access the roof?
Roof access is restricted to authorized personnel only.