Duluth's historic NorShor Theatre stages a revival Arts & Culture Dan Kraker · Duluth ·...more details »
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â€śThis could be an economic engine for the city of Duluth,â€ť Sherman said in October of the NorShor, which is again to be topped by a landmark tower of lights. The new NorShor â€” with a 700-seat, stadium-style, balconied, live-performance theater â€” is expected to generate an estimated $5 million to $6 million of annual economic benefit.
â€śIf you look over the last 15 years, starting with the technology village construction, this part of downtown has seen a revitalization,â€ť Ness said. â€ś(The NorShor renovation) is going to be a really critical piece of the puzzle thatâ€™s going to pull all the elements together. Personally I think it will be transformational for Old Downtown. Itâ€™ll make this part of downtown a destination not only for locals but for the broader region. To have a true arts-and-culture district that will feature top talent and wonderful nightlife is desirable. You currently canâ€™t find anything (like that) north of Minneapolis.â€ť
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