The Superior Street Renaissance project revived an entire city block downtown Duluth on East Superior Street and Lake Avenue into a bustling, vibrant business, medical and housing district.
The first phase of the project consisted of retaining the historical integrity of the two oldest buildings, the Weiland Block and the Hayes building. DSGW worked closely with the Minnesota State Historic Preservation Office and the City of Duluth to ensure the building integrity was kept. A new building was designed to complement the existing historic buildings for the second phase of the project. Together, these three buildings currently house multiple business tenants, a clinic, as well as eight condos.