Radisson Hotel Posts

Postcard from Downtown Duluth circa 1975

This undated postcard of Downtown Duluth shows off three buildings that were somewhat new at the time of the photo. In the foreground is the Gateway Tower apartment building at 600 W. Superior St., built in 1972. Shown most prominently at left is the Radisson Hotel at 505 W. Superior St., built in 1970. The Ordean Building, at 424 W. Superior St., was built in 1973.

Postcard from the Duluth Civic Center

This early 1970s postcard shows Duluth’s Civic Center, which includes the St. Louis County Courthouse, Duluth City Hall, Gerald W. Heaney Federal Building, St. Louis County Jail and the Soldiers and Sailors Monument.

Storming the Radisson

… with Emily Rose Olson and Emily Hayes.

Mystery Photo #84: Building near Duluth Arena

Sitting awkwardly between the Duluth Arena and the Radisson Hotel in this photo by Perry Gallagher is a seven-story building that can’t be far from demolition. What was it?

Postcards from Duluth’s Radisson Hotel

When the Radisson Hotel was built at 505 W. Superior St. in 1970, it was Duluth’s first new hotel in 43 years. It would be difficult to count the number that were built in the next 43 years, but not impossible. Go ahead and try.

New Radisson Hotel coming to Duluth Gateway!

They’re going to spend $3.6 million. Isn’t that a lot of money?

MT 19670422 Radisson Duluth

(From the Minneapolis Tribune, April 22, 1967.)

Lunch at JJ Astor rocks

Our office ate lunch today at JJ Astor. I tried the walleye with harrisa and basil slaw. So Yummy! And with a perfect Duluth day like today, the view was, of course, amazing! Check them out in the former Top of the Harbor space at the Radisson.

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