Good stuff right here!Thanks to our friends at Duluth Area Chamber of Commerce for another fantastic Forum! We were fortunate to hear from Titanium Partners Brian Forcier about the new project in Downtown Duluth! ... See MoreSee Less
Titanium Partners Principal Brian Forcier and President of the Duluth Area Chamber of Commerce David Ross presenting the Project 333 Tower at this mornings Chamber Forum. We are excited and honored to be part of shaping our community with this exciting new development! ... See MoreSee Less
Check out our 62 years and older senior housing offering. Located just blocks away from Super One Foods, Walgreens and CVS Pharmacies, a mixture of local restaurants, the Lake Walk, and is in the Duluth Medical District.
This is a game changer for Duluth and we are very excited to be part of the team working on this epic undertaking. This will be the first of many projects we take on as a result of the opportunity zone legislation. It is a first in Duluth and very well could be the first project in the state to utilize an opportunity zone to help encourage investment into impoverished areas to encourage economic development.
Despite confusion which resulted from off track reporting and citizens that simply misunderstand what TIF financing is our Partners will move forward to create an unbelievable asset for people to work, shop, and play for generations to come.
Our sincere thanks to those on the Duluth city council who took the time to understand what this will mean for the future of our city and vote in favor of the TIF that will make this project possible. Our sincere thanks to Mayor Larson’s administration as well as the very talented staff at city hall that all pulled together to make this happen. With this vote we are allowed to use future property taxes at the site to offset infrastructure costs that will spur additional investments into our downtown. We are pleased to help move this project forward based on the TIF allocation and are steadfast in our love for our neighbors and our community. ... See MoreSee Less
The Duluth City Council approved its property tax levy for the coming year and also signed off on a controversial tax-increment financing project Monday night.After lengthy public comment involving ne...