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Carl Kaeding of Bloomington, Minn.-based Kaeding Management says the Radisson hotel in Duluth will get a face-lift from the “top down” after his company purchased the hotel Thursday. (Clint Austin / caustin@duluthnews.com)

Duluth Radisson hotel’s new owner plans face-lift

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Carl Kaeding says the Radisson hotel in downtown Duluth is a beacon. The circular hotel with the rotating top floor certainly got his attention when it went up for sale last year. On Thursday, Kaeding Management of Bloomington, Minn., closed the deal and purchased the property.

“It’s certainly the most iconic hotel in Duluth if not the state,” Kaeding said Friday while sitting in the lobby of the hotel. “Show anyone in the state a picture and they know what it is.”

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