Right in the heart of the Lincoln Park Craft District you will find an older, but renovated building for sale that currently hosts a small stylish boutique hotel and a custom shoemaker shop.

The building is located at 1923 West Superior Street, was built in 1899 and has 3,750 square feet. The building currently hosts Hotel Pikku and Hemlock Leather.

Hotel Pikku is ran by Chelsy Whittington and Andy Matson who purchased the building in 2016. After remodeling it, they ended up with a stylish three suite hotel that values keeping things small. According to their website:

The Hotel Pikku was created to give visitors to Duluth a place to stay that reflects the things we love about our city. For people who want to stay in a place that's of a place.

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Hemlock Leatherworks can be found on the ground floor of the building. The shop is a is a one-woman operation by Candace Lacosse based in Duluth. According to the website:

Drawing inspiration from Lake Superior’s North Shore, the vast history of traditional shoemaking, and cultures around the world, Candace LaCosse crafts each leather good one at a time, with the finest materials and greatest care.

The building is currently listed at $895,000. According to the listing, the price does not include business, name, website, furnishings, hotel license, or guest lists. Check out the listing below:

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