Leopold Building

Centrally located Downtown, the Leopold is surrounded by popular restaurants and retail stores. The building is 9-stories high, which provides for great views of the City and Bellingham Bay from many of the newly renovated apartments located on the upper floors. This is a mixed-use building with the ground floor being used for commercial and retail space.

The Leopold, originally named the Byron Hotel, was built in in 1889 and was later changed to the Hotel Leopold.  In the 80’s it was converted into a retirement living community. It’s grand halls have been the perfect location for many events and meetings.

The building has a rich history and is iconic to Bellingham’s Downtown district. The building is being remodeled so that it will continue to be a fixture in the city while also making way for a new chapter and use for Bellingham residents. 

  • Address: 1224 Cornwall Avenue, Bellingham 
  • Neighborhood: Downtown