Plans Move Forward In 15-Story Mixed-Use Building Project

Construction is scheduled to begin this fall on the project, which is expected to cost at least $75 million.

DULUTH, Minn. – Plans to construct a 15-story mixed-use building in downtown Duluth is moving forward after the project suffered several delays.

The project was expected to begin construction back in December 2019, but was pushed back due to impacts caused by the coronavirus pandemic and the “uncertain financial market.”

The building will stand on the site of the former Voyager Hotel at the corner of Superior Street and Fourth Avenue East in downtown Duluth.

The high rise is slated to have 200 apartments and retail space on the first and second floors.

“In the City of Duluth, we have seen continued tightness in our rental housing market and continuing lack of availability of additional for-sale housing and so expanding the overall housing supply in the City of Duluth is an important priority,” said Adam Fulton, the deputy director of planning and economic development for Duluth.

Construction is scheduled to begin this fall on the project, which is expected to cost at least $75 million.

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