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May 1, 2020 / Lauren Kramer / 1889 Magazine

New Again: Two Bellingham hotels get new life, thanks to renovation with care

Peter Frazier, Co-owner of the Heliotrope Hotel and the Hotel Leo in Bellingham, is an expert at breathing life into old, derelict establishments and making them cool, edgy, fun and contemporary.

Read full article here: 1889 Magazine
Original URL: https://www.bellingham.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/1889-New-Again-Hotel-Leo-Article-Bellingham-Washington.pdf
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