Downtown Duluth Office Space


I am looking to relocate my small office to another spot downtown.  Somewhere in the area of Lake Avenue a few blocks east or west would be great.  Any good ideas?  I’m not super picky, but want some good light and clean, etc.  Currently spending about $200 a month so I am also hoping to stay in that range.



about 11 years ago

Depends on what you need with your office, but I'd suggest the Amendola Building on the corner of Third Avenue E and Superior Street.  I know as of a year ago, it was managed by FI Salter.  I had checked it out and came close to renting it before deciding to go elsewhere.  I think they were asking $250 and that included one parking spot.  Another area to check out would be the building where Bagley Jewelers is on W Superior St between 3rd and 4th Ave W.  Rick is the owner and is good to deal with.  Just call Bagley and ask for Rick.  

If you just need space for cheap and don't care how many people see it, the Board of Trade Building on the corner of 1st St and 3rd Ave W may be an option.  Problem is there's only government employees walking by every day from the Courthouse, City Hall, and Gov't Services Center.  Not sure who you'd contact to see space, but just stop by and I'm sure there's a sign with a contact number for the management company.

Best of luck in your search.


about 11 years ago

Steve LaFlamme is the realtor in charge of the Temple Opera Bldg. I don't know if there are any vacancies right now, but the rent is cheap and the vibe is excellent there. BTW, you might know, the City bought the building from Eric Ringsred.


about 11 years ago

Hey Thanks Lakewalk Guy and Claire! I will go check out all of your suggestions, they sound exactly like what I am looking for! Cheers!

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