Case Study

Gaston Bay

The Gaston Bay Building is an Adaptive Re-Use of an existing waterfront warehouse building into commercial and office space. This building has a pending GOLD-LEED certification by the US Green Building Council for exemplary use of recycled materials, energy efficiency and Low Impact Development strategies. The goal for the project is complement the on-going waterfront redevelopment strategies with a project that allows for great views of the working waterfront, while creating an office environment that lowers long-term energy costs and increases employee efficiency with productive environment.

Gaston Bay is an AIA award-winning, LEED gold standard built class A office/retail building located on Bellingham Bay just minutes from downtown.

The three-story wood-frame multi-tenant office building was once a packaging facility and was built in 1928 and renovated in 2009.

-Listing Courtesy of: Pacific Continental Realty, LLC

Project Details

Gaston Bay

Project Completion Date: 2009
Project Type: Office
Architect: Dave Christensen, Christensen Design Managemant

General Contractor: Myles Donnelly, The Franklin Corporation