Barlow Building

Built in 1892, the Barlow Building is located in the central portion of Downtown Bellingham.  The building remains as one of the few, intact single-story commercial buildings along the Central Business District’s main thoroughfare of West Holly Street. The period of significance for the Barlow Building, 1892 to 1925, encompasses the building’s date of construction and formative period of use as a grocery store, bar and seminal function as a leather goods specialty store, culminating in a front facade remodel indicating the store’s success and permanence within the community.

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  • Address: 211 West Holly Street, Bellingham 
  • Neighborhood: Downtown