Canopy of Greysolon Plaza in Duluth to be replaced with history in mind
Nearly four months after the ornate canopy above Greysolon Plaza’s front entrance collapsed, temporary metal panels still hide the exposed brick and the damage caused.
But Sherman Associates, which owns the historic building in downtown Duluth, intends to restore it — decorative terra cotta and all — in the next six months, said Nick Capra, director of operations.
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