Lynden Commercial Real Estate Information
The City of Lynden has established most of its current and future heavy industrial, light industrial, and commercial services districts east and west of Guide Meridian Road just south of Kok Road extending slightly to the north of Main Street. The primary arterial from I-5 traveling west is Birch Bay – Lynden Road. This area hosts mostly newer commercial building with automotive dealerships, equipment dealerships, banks, gas stations, restaurants, and grocery stores. Farther to the west to the Berthusen Road is the majority of the heavy and light industrial zoned districts.
The city center of Lynden does have long time established services such as restaurants, banks, and boutiques but this portion of Lynden relies heavily on tourists that are visiting to enjoy Lynden’s conservative Dutch historical district. Many of the buildings are on the historical register and the newer buildings have been constructed to replicate the turn of the century era. Just north of the city center is the original industrial and manufacturing zone that also has rail service.
Lynden also has commercial services and light industrial zoning along East Badger Road Northwood Road. The City of Lynden is currently exploring opportunities to entice big box stores into the area that will attract more Canadian shoppers along with the local population to increase its revenue base.
Lynden Retail Market Statistics (2017 YTD)
Lynden Office Market Statistics (2017 YTD)
Lynden Industrial Market Statistics (2017 YTD)