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With Harcourt sidelined, what’s next for Bellingham’s waterfront?

Future development murky as Irish company has rights terminated

Bellingham's waterfront next to two condominium buildings blocked off by fences and tape.
Future plans for Bellingham's waterfront grew more uncertain after Harcourt Developments missed a deadline to finish two condominium buildings along Whatcom Waterway, seen in the foreground. (Hailey Hoffman/Cascadia Daily News)
By Ralph Schwartz Staff Reporter
The vision for Bellingham’s waterfront just got murkier, but one outcome appears likely: Harcourt

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