Twin Cities Developer Releases Plans for Proposed Neighborhood Retail Center
An open house for nearby residents to ask questions hopefully cleared things up.
DULUTH, Minn.- Launch Properties, a development firm in Minneapolis, hosted a public open house in Duluth for neighborhood residents to come with questions and concerns about their newly proposed contracting area.
The firm wants to change the South corner of Anderson Street and West Central Entrance, right across from MedExpress, into a neighborhood shopping center. The center would include a coffee shop, stores and at least three restaurants. Scott Moe, the firm’s developer, says that the company is already working on the lot kitty-cornered from the newly proposed area.
“We’ve already got an anchor in the ground across the street, we’re also looking at doing some multi–family residential development up here… we’re excited to be doing business in Duluth.”
Thursday’s meeting was an opportunity for nearby residents to ask questions about what will happen to the previously blocked-off commercial business grounds.
The final approval will not be confirmed by the city’s planning commission until October. If everything goes according to plan, the firm will begin construction in the Spring.