Duluth’s Old City Hall to become boutique hotel

Duluth restaurant and hospitality company Just Take Action is in the process of converting Duluth’s Old City Hall into a 13-room hotel with four hostel rooms and a Roaring Twenties theme.

The building at 132 E. Superior St. was designed by Duluth’s foremost architect, Oliver Traphagen, and served as Duluth City Hall from 1888 to 1929. It contains three businesses that will continue to operate there — Wasabi Japanese Cuisine, the Rathskellar speakeasy and Evolve Duluth Yoga & Fitness.

It’s the second boutique hotel for Just Take Action. Endion Station Inn, a former railroad depot, was converted from a beer and cider house to a waterfront hotel in 2019.

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