MINNEAPOLIS DEVELOPER BEGINS LONG-DELAYED REVAMP OF DULUTH THEATER
Developer Sherman Associates has acquired Duluth’s NorShor Theatre, setting the stage for a long-delayed $30 million renovation of the vacant property.
Finance & Commerce reports on the rehab plans, which officially get underway this week after Minneapolis-based Sherman bought the building from the Duluth Economic Development Authority for $2.3 million. The company plans to restore seats, expand the stage and add an orchestra pit in a project that will bring live theater back to the venue, built in 1912 as a vaudeville house. more…
July 1, 2016 – Minneapolis/St.Paul Business Journal
MN SNAPSHOT: SHERMAN BEGINS DULUTH THEATER REHAB
Sherman Associates started work this month on the renovation of the landmark NorShor Theatre.
June 30, 2016 – Finance & Commerce
NORSHOR THEATRE RESTORATION BEGINS
The deal to restore Duluth’s historic Norshor Theatre has finally come together, and renovation work is underway.
Last week, WDSE-TV‘s Almanac North hosts Dennis Anderson and Julie Zenner discussed the project with Duluth Mayor Emily Larson and Duluth Playhouse Executive and Artistic Director Christine Gradl Seitz. more…
June 29, 2016 – Perfect Duluth Day
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- Visit our ‘In The News‘ page
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MAKE A DONATION
If you’d like to meet with a representative from the NorShor Theatre Project Committee to discuss your contribution, please contact Christine Seitz at email@example.com or Kendra at firstname.lastname@example.org.
YEARS IN THE MAKING
On the evening of April 11, 2016, the city council passed approval on the plans to restore the historic NorShor Theatre with an 8-1 vote.
As mayor Emily Larson said last night at the council meeting that approved the plans:
“Together, we get to be a part of something transformational.”
Historic images throughout website courtesy ZenithCity.com