15-story building to be built in downtown Duluth

Plans call for the new $80 million office building to replace the former KDAL building. If the city of Duluth receives $20 million in state grants to help pay for the project, the News Tribune reports demolition of the current building could be done this fall and construction would begin next spring.
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Plans call for the new $80 million office building to replace the former KDAL building. If the city of Duluth receives $20 million in state grants to help pay for the project, the News Tribune reports demolition of the current building could be done this fall and construction would begin next spring.

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