Investing in Whatcom County

Whatcom Opportunities Regional Center, Inc. (WORC) has been designated by the Immigrant Investor Program (EB-5) to collect funds from immigrant investors in order to develop homes for the elderly in Whatcom County, Washington. This designation allows WORC to finance local construction projects, creating jobs and stimulating the local economy.

WORC has designed its retirement communities with the active 55+ adult in mind. Residents enjoy fitness and entertainment facilities and activities that are geared towards maintaining their health and well-being. WORC is also redefining retirement through its partnership with Senior Lifestyle Services, LLC (SLS), a licensed home healthcare provider. SLS offers residents assisted living services such as on-site home health care, housekeeping, and meal preparation. Utilizing these services as needed, residents can remain independent and in their own homes for as long as possible.

WORC’s current projects are listed below. Additional information can be found by following the project links.

Correll Commons Correll Commons Retirement Community

Ferndale, Washington

Correll Commons Retirement Community is a quiet and beautifully maintained 125-home neighborhood within walking distance of downtown Ferndale. The approximately 890 square foot condominiums are perfect for the senior looking to downsize.

Bryce Park Bryce Park Retirement Community

Lynden, Washington

Bryce Park’s elegant and affordable homes boast a variety of spacious floor plans and added features. Buyers can choose between homes ranging from 1736 to 2058 square feet – Roomier than a condominium, but still small enough to comfortably maintain.

Garden Green Garden Green Retirement Community

Lynden, Washington

Garden Green’s 76 luxury condominiums offer offer stunning views of Mount Baker and the Homestead Golf and Country Club, an 18-hole championship golf course featuring a state-of-the-art fitness center and swimming pool. The 32 units at The Chateaux (Phase 1) are now available. Completion of Phase 2 (8 units) will follow in the winter. Phase 3 (10 and 26 units) broke ground on June 11, 2013.