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The Norshor Theatre in Duluth, Minnesota could be open to the public again as early as 2014, according to an article published by the Duluth News Tribune:
The city of Duluth and developer George Sherman have an agreement in place that could see up to $19 million spent to renovate the historic NorShor Theater and have it ready for use by 2014.
“The scope and quality of the project proposed is well beyond my expectations,” said Mayor Don Ness. “It’s going to be outstanding. It’ll be a real point of pride for our community.”
The deal would see the city hand over the theater and the Temple Opera building to Sherman sometime during the next year, as long as Sherman completes an agreement to restore the theater and meets other benchmarks, according to the memorandum of understanding that will be presented to the Duluth Economic Development Authority. DEDA could approve the proposal as early as Wednesday.
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- What the NorShor Theatre Could Look Like Under New Developer -- northlandsnewscenter.com [Feb 7, 2012]
- Duluth Playhouse makes plans to renovate NorShor Theatre -- UMD Statesman [Mar 21, 2012]
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