About Us

A Few Words

About Us

Workstudios offers a great work environment that’s ideal for individuals in need of quality and affordable workspace. These studios are designed for convenience and cost-efficiency in a light industrial setting in downtown Bellingham. This facility can accommodate a wide range of users to compliment the current mix of talents at Workstudios. Our tenants are varied and range from artists, graphic designers, construction workers, counselors, stylists, electronic media specialists and more.

A unique business concept and the ideal answer for individuals in need of a quality and affordable work space in a light industrial setting. Twenty-nine studios varying in size from 120 to 637 sq. ft. with excellent access to downtown Bellingham and Interstate-5, exit 254.

Community Features

Available at Ohio Street Workstudios

  • Protected by a sprinkler system and are fully insulated
  • Hot water baseboard heating with individual controls
  • Wired for phone, security and high-speed Internet service
  • 110-single phase and 220-single phase power available
  • Common meeting room with partial kitchen
  • Men’s and Women’s toilets and showers
  • Sink-ready
  • Covered Parking
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Floor Plans

Historical Photos
Originally built in the early 1900's, the Workstudios' structure has a long history of many different tenant occupancies (such as; Pinky's Lumber Shed, a livery stable, a gambling ring (some say), an iron company, auto industries, & likely others in between) until an extensive remodel took place in 1996 by a former Whatcom County Parks Director and two-term Mayor of Bellingham, Kenneth Hertz, and his wife Kathryn. Both long time residents & professionals of Whatcom County (and philanthropists at heart), they converted this historic facility into "Workstudios", believing the healthy heart-beat of any strong community begins with its artists, entrepreneurs & small business owners' ability to launch and thrive. As a result, Ken and Kathy Hertz created Workstudios, and since opening day in 1997, Workstudios has maintained a constant and selective waitlist.
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