U.S. Bank lists downtown Duluth building for sale



a view of a tall building: The 10-story U.S. Bank building in downtown Duluth is for sale. The bank intends to remain as a tenant.


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The 10-story U.S. Bank building in downtown Duluth is for sale. The bank intends to remain as a tenant.

DULUTH – U.S. Bank is looking to sell its 10-story building in downtown Duluth, though the bank intends to remain as a tenant.

“We are proud to serve our customers in the Duluth area and look forward to continuing to serve the community,” spokeswoman Boua Xiong said in a statement. “Although we have put our current site on Superior Street up for sale, we plan to sign a long-term lease with the new owners. We do not expect this to impact our customers or to change the number of our employees who work in the building.”

No listing price was available. Brokers with Cushman & Wakefield, the firm handling the listing, were unable to comment.

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Sold! Twin Cities homebuyers spur run on Duluth homes



a person sitting in a living room with a fireplace: Susan Dusek, a real estate agent for Edina Realty, posed for a portrait in the living room of a Tudor house for sale in the heart of the Congdon Park neighborhood in Duluth. More buyers than ever are relocating from the Twin Cities and other metro areas to Duluth as work-from-home options become permanent and the appeal of the outdoors lures younger buyers.


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Susan Dusek, a real estate agent for Edina Realty, posed for a portrait in the living room of a Tudor house for sale in the heart of the Congdon Park neighborhood in Duluth. More buyers than ever are relocating from the Twin Cities and other metro areas to Duluth as work-from-home options become permanent and the appeal of the outdoors lures younger buyers.

DULUTH – It was a busy Saturday for Mike and Chelsea Brandon, who had driven up from Eagan to find their next home.

After a blitz of seven viewings, the couple put in an offer on a charmer that checked all their boxes: two-car garage, a deck, and room for their two-year-old, Lochlann, to play.

“We just live outside, and that’s how we want to raise our son,” Chelsea said.

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Sold! Twin Cities homebuyers spurring a run on homes in Duluth

DULUTH – It was a busy Saturday for Mike and Chelsea Brandon, who had driven up from Eagan to find their next home.

After a blitz of seven viewings, the couple put in an offer on a charmer that checked all their boxes: two-car garage, a deck, and room for their 2-year-old, Lochlann, to play.

“We just live outside, and that’s how we want to raise our son,” Chelsea said.

“We like camping, the outdoors, the geography of the North Shore here,” Mike added. “Just getting out of the Cities.”

They’ll be back again this weekend — not to move in, but to keep looking.

“We competed with three other offers, and the winning offer went in with no inspection,” said their agent, Susan Dusek with Edina Realty. “And their house sold this weekend, so they will come up very ready to buy.”

More buyers from the Twin Cities and

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