Logos Bible Software plans to remodel a former music shop on Holly Street into new office space, which will eventually connect to the company’s building on Commercial Street in downtown Bellingham.
The company, which publishes electronic Bible study tools, has a building permit for the project currently pending with the City of Bellingham. City officials have estimated the valuation of the project at $175,000.
The space, at 204 W. Holly St., is the former home of Musician’s Center. It sits next door to the Wild Buffalo House of Music.
Logos president and CEO Bob Pritchett said his company plans to eventually connect the new office space with its existing building on Commercial Street.
“The plan at the moment is to make it habitable and then connect it,” Pritchett said.
A construction timeline has not yet been set, nor has a decision been made on which department or component of Logos will move to the new space.
The expansion is to help accommodate Logos’ expanding workforce.
Pritchett said the company, which moved to Bellingham from Oak Harbor in 2002, currently employs more than 400 people.
Evan Marczynski, associate editor of The Bellingham Business Journal, can be reached at 360-647-8805, Ext. 5052, or firstname.lastname@example.org.