Duluth Press 101 | Craft District

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Duluth Press 101 | Craft District

"Welcome to Duluth Press 101, a stay where history and architectural excellence meet. This apartment in the heart of Lincoln Parks Craft District features two bedrooms both with plush queen beds and a queen sleeper sofa in the living area for extra guests.

The gourmet kitchen, stocked with top-of-the-line appliances from GE and culinary tools from Goat Hill Marketplace, is a chef's dream. You'll find a Ninja crockpot, blender, and premium knives ready for your culinary adventures. Relax with a game of cribbage or cards from Frost River, or enjoy your favorite shows on the LED smart TV in the living room. The bathroom is a haven of luxury, boasting spacious showers and a lighted makeup mirror for that perfect touch. 

Art lovers will be delighted by our resident artist, Jonathan Thunder's studio downstairs, and the building's display of local artist Anna Bailey's work from BaileyBuilds.

When hunger strikes and you're ready to explore the local cuisine, we've got you covered. Just flash your Duluth Press reservation at OMC, Duluth Grill, Corktown Deli, or Burger Paradox. They'll treat you like a VIP and whisk you straight to the top of the list!

Experience comfort and luxury in The Historic Duluth Press Building. We can't wait to welcome you!"

Duluth Press Building History:
1915 W. Superior St. aka The Duluth Press Building was built by architects Radcliffe & Willoughby in the year 1894.
Extant Missouri native Hugh Wetmore spent much of the 1880s working as a reporter for the St. Paul dispatch before moving to Superior in 1890 to write for the Superior Evening Telegram. The next year he established a newspaper in Duluth's west end called The Union Workman: The People Press. According to Duluth journalist Paul Lundgren the paper was the official organ of The Duluth Trades and Labor Assembly. The following year Wetmore began courting Helen Cody, sister of "Buffalo Bill" Cody. Hugh and Helen wed in July 1893, the same month Helen took over as the paper's business manager. That September the paper's name was changed to The Duluth Press. By then Buffalo Bill Cody owned half of the business and financed the construction of a building to house it along the upper 1900 block of west superior street. After the building opened in 1894 Helen hired her daughter Mary Jester as its city editor and organized the Zenith Press Club, consisting solely of women. The next year she advertised the publication as "The Women's Paper of the Great Northwest." The periodical didn't last long, they published their final issue on August 29, 1896. Since then the building has housed other publishing companies, apartments, and various other businesses.

The Lincoln Park Craft District is a treasure trove for every shopper. You've got Frost River creating timeless canvas packs, from handbags to canoe bags. Duluth Pottery showcases some of the area's finest ceramics and art. Free Air Life Co. and DLH are the go-to spots for the fashionable adventurer's clothing needs, and there's so much more to discover! After you fall in love with the cookware in your Duluth Press kitchen, you can shop for all of these items at Goat Hill Market Place. Goat Hill is also a fantastic spot to find local and handmade items from vintage goods to craft supplies, it's a shopper's paradise.

Lincoln Park is an ideal spot for a family day out! With a protected bike lane, exploring the neighborhood on foot or bike is a breeze (when it's not snowing, of course). You can enjoy a leisurely ride along Superior Street, suitable for all ages and abilities. Don't forget to take a break and enjoy some local takeout at the picnic spot on the corner of Superior Street and 19th Avenue West.

Visit the Duluth Children's Museum as it is quite the wonderland for kids! It's a place where imagination and education intertwine. Located at 2125 W Superior St, it's a short drive from your location. The museum offers a range of hands-on exhibits designed to engage children and spark their curiosity. From science and culture to arts and crafts, there's something for every young explorer. The museum also hosts special events and programs, making each visit a unique experience.

Lincoln Park Craft District Restaurants & Breweries:
- OMC Smokehouse
- Duluth Grill
- Corktown Deli and Brews
- Burger Paradox
- 109 Coffee
- Bent Paddle Brewing Co
- Love Creamery
- Ursa Minor Brewing
- Duluth Cider
- Wild State Cider

Other Local Spots:
- Historic Canal Park: Duluth Press is just a few miles away from Historic Canal Park and Duluth's one of a kind Aerial Lift Bridge, making it just a quick drive to many fantastic restaurants, bars, boutiques, coffee shops, art galleries & more.
- Lake Superior Zoo: Check out the Lake Superior Zoo only a short drive away. Lake Superior Zoo is an indoor/outdoor zoo with big cats, primates & a barnyard, plus tours on a mini train & a cafe.
- Spirit Mountain: Adventurers and Outdoors lovers check out Spirit Mountain, a recreational mountain featuring wintertime downhill skiing & a summertime adventure park.
- Enger Golf Course: A scenic and well-maintained golf course located at 1801 W Skyline Pkwy. It offers a challenging yet enjoyable golfing experience with beautiful views of the city and Lake Superior.

Pets - Don't worry about leaving Fido home alone! We're more than happy to accommodate up to 2 dogs at our place. There's just a small fee of $75 per dog. If you want to know more about our rules and regulations for bringing your furry friend, we've got all the details for you in our house rules and regulations.

Access - For your convenience, you can pull into the designated drop-off spot near the back door to unload your luggage quickly and easily. Simply enter the building through the back door using the unique code provided to you. Your unit, 101, is conveniently located at the end of the first floor hallway, so you won't have to carry your bags too far.

Parking - Complimentary parking is available for guests staying at the Duluth Press Building. To access the parking lot, turn into the alley off of either 19th or 20th street and look for the designated parking area with signs for the Duluth Press Building. Each unit has assigned parking spots, so please be sure to park in the space(s) designated for your unit. If you have an electric car the closest plug-in stations are across the street behind the Frost River Trading Company building. 

Transit - While having a car is recommended for convenience, no worries if you don't have one. Duluth has got you covered with plenty of public transportation options to explore the area. You can hop on the Duluth Transit, or take advantage of ride-sharing services like Uber and Lyft. And if you prefer traditional taxis, there are many other taxi services available too. So, whether you're cruising in your own car or using one of these convenient options, getting around won't be a problem at all. Enjoy your adventures in Duluth!

Our awesome guest service team is here to assist you from 8am to 9pm. If you have any questions or need anything, just give us a ring. You'll find our contact information in your booking confirmation. We'll primarily communicate through the booking platform and/or email, so keep an eye out for important check-in info. You'll receive all the details at 3pm on the day of your arrival. Check-in time is at 4pm. Check-out is 10am. Feel free to reach out if you need anything else. We're here to make your stay amazing!

VACATION RENTAL HOUSE RULES

1. GENERAL REQUIREMENTS a) All Guests (and any Visitors) must comply with all House Rules and any other instructions from the Property Manager during their stay; and b) Guests must notify the Property Manager of any disputes or complaints from neighbors as soon as reasonably practicable.

2. NOISE AND THE NEIGHBORHOOD a) This Vacation Rental is suitable for children of all ages! Guests are fully responsible for the safety and security of their children at all times, as well as any disturbance caused to other residents in the Neighborhood; b) Guests and Visitors must keep noise to a minimum as not to disturb the occupants of neighboring properties – especially during nighttime hours (10pm – 8am), and upon arrival and departure; c) Excessive noise is prohibited at all times and may result in termination of the vacation rental agreement, eviction, loss of rental paid and extra charges which may be deducted from the Security Deposit;

3. VISITORS a) Guests are allowed a maximum of 4 visitors at any time during their stay. b) Guests are responsible for ensuring maximum visitor numbers are not exceeded; and that visitors are complicit with these House Rules.

4. FUNCTIONS a) Parties and large gatherings of any kind are strictly prohibited at the Vacation Rental; and b) Any small gathering must comply with other rules set regarding Noise, the Neighborhood and Visitor numbers.

5. PARKING a) Guests and any visitors are to comply with parking regulations and other requirements set out by the property manger and show consideration to neighbors and other vehicles; please use the designated parking.

6. SECURITY a) Any time Guests leave the Vacation Rental, it is their responsibility to ensure all windows and doors are closed/locked to maintain security and prevent rain and water damage. b) Guests must switch off the lights, air conditioning, fans, electronics such as televisions when not in use to promote energy saving.

7. SMOKING a) Smoking is not permitted inside the Vacation Rental; and b) Cigarette butts must be disposed of properly (in large trash cans located outside property or off property all together) and not thrown on property grounds. Failure to do so will result in a deduction from the security deposit.

8. PETS a) IF dogs are permitted at the Vacation Rental; b) Specific rules regarding Pets at the Vacation Rental are as follows: Please keep pets off all furniture and be sure to have on a leash at all times when outside of the home. Also be sure to clean up after your pet and dispose of waste in the trash bins located outside of property. Please respect neighbors by limiting the barking of pets on the property; c) A maximum of 2 dogs are allowed at the property; for short term reservations the pet fee is $75/dog, for extended stays the fee is $150/pet. All mention of pets denotes DOGS ONLY, no other pets are permitted.

9. DAMAGES AND BREAKAGES a) All Damages and Breakages must be reported to the Property Manager as soon as reasonably practicable. Failure to report them will likely result in a penalty deduction from the security deposit. And; b) To avoid Damages and Breakages, no furniture is to be moved from one room to another without prior agreement.

10. CHECK OUT ARRANGEMENTS a) Please be sure to lock all doors and leave both sets of keys back in the lockbox. Check out is at 10am - if you need a later checkout please contact me as soon as possible to make arrangements.

11. EMERGENCY CONTACT DETAILS: a) In the event of an emergency relating to the Vacation Rental, your emergency contact is: Heirloom Vacation Rentals 218-409-4885 b) In the event of all other emergencies please call 911.

12. COMPLIANCE a) Breach of any of these House Rules is a breach of the Terms and Conditions of occupancy as per the Rental Agreement. b) The Owner and Manager reserve the right to terminate permission to occupy and to evict from the Vacation Rental, any Guests or Visitors who refuse to follow these House Rules or who cause a nuisance to neighbors or other residents of the community.
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"Welcome to Duluth Press 101, a stay where history and architectural excellence meet. This apartment in the heart of Lincoln Parks Craft District features two bedrooms both with plush queen beds and a queen sleeper sofa in the living area for extra guests.

The gourmet kitchen, stocked with top-of-the-line appliances from GE and culinary tools from Goat Hill Marketplace, is a chef's dream. You'll find a Ninja crockpot, blender, and premium knives ready for your culinary adventures. Relax with a game of cribbage or cards from Frost River, or enjoy your favorite shows on the LED smart TV in the living room. The bathroom is a haven of luxury, boasting spacious showers and a lighted makeup mirror for that perfect touch. 

Art lovers will be delighted by our resident artist, Jonathan Thunder's studio downstairs, and the building's display of local artist Anna Bailey's work from BaileyBuilds.

When hunger strikes and you're ready to explore the local cuisine, we've got you covered. Just flash your Duluth Press reservation at OMC, Duluth Grill, Corktown Deli, or Burger Paradox. They'll treat you like a VIP and whisk you straight to the top of the list!

Experience comfort and luxury in The Historic Duluth Press Building. We can't wait to welcome you!"

Duluth Press Building History:
1915 W. Superior St. aka The Duluth Press Building was built by architects Radcliffe & Willoughby in the year 1894.
Extant Missouri native Hugh Wetmore spent much of the 1880s working as a reporter for the St. Paul dispatch before moving to Superior in 1890 to write for the Superior Evening Telegram. The next year he established a newspaper in Duluth's west end called The Union Workman: The People Press. According to Duluth journalist Paul Lundgren the paper was the official organ of The Duluth Trades and Labor Assembly. The following year Wetmore began courting Helen Cody, sister of "Buffalo Bill" Cody. Hugh and Helen wed in July 1893, the same month Helen took over as the paper's business manager. That September the paper's name was changed to The Duluth Press. By then Buffalo Bill Cody owned half of the business and financed the construction of a building to house it along the upper 1900 block of west superior street. After the building opened in 1894 Helen hired her daughter Mary Jester as its city editor and organized the Zenith Press Club, consisting solely of women. The next year she advertised the publication as "The Women's Paper of the Great Northwest." The periodical didn't last long, they published their final issue on August 29, 1896. Since then the building has housed other publishing companies, apartments, and various other businesses.

The Lincoln Park Craft District is a treasure trove for every shopper. You've got Frost River creating timeless canvas packs, from handbags to canoe bags. Duluth Pottery showcases some of the area's finest ceramics and art. Free Air Life Co. and DLH are the go-to spots for the fashionable adventurer's clothing needs, and there's so much more to discover! After you fall in love with the cookware in your Duluth Press kitchen, you can shop for all of these items at Goat Hill Market Place. Goat Hill is also a fantastic spot to find local and handmade items from vintage goods to craft supplies, it's a shopper's paradise.

Lincoln Park is an ideal spot for a family day out! With a protected bike lane, exploring the neighborhood on foot or bike is a breeze (when it's not snowing, of course). You can enjoy a leisurely ride along Superior Street, suitable for all ages and abilities. Don't forget to take a break and enjoy some local takeout at the picnic spot on the corner of Superior Street and 19th Avenue West.

Visit the Duluth Children's Museum as it is quite the wonderland for kids! It's a place where imagination and education intertwine. Located at 2125 W Superior St, it's a short drive from your location. The museum offers a range of hands-on exhibits designed to engage children and spark their curiosity. From science and culture to arts and crafts, there's something for every young explorer. The museum also hosts special events and programs, making each visit a unique experience.

Lincoln Park Craft District Restaurants & Breweries:
- OMC Smokehouse
- Duluth Grill
- Corktown Deli and Brews
- Burger Paradox
- 109 Coffee
- Bent Paddle Brewing Co
- Love Creamery
- Ursa Minor Brewing
- Duluth Cider
- Wild State Cider

Other Local Spots:
- Historic Canal Park: Duluth Press is just a few miles away from Historic Canal Park and Duluth's one of a kind Aerial Lift Bridge, making it just a quick drive to many fantastic restaurants, bars, boutiques, coffee shops, art galleries & more.
- Lake Superior Zoo: Check out the Lake Superior Zoo only a short drive away. Lake Superior Zoo is an indoor/outdoor zoo with big cats, primates & a barnyard, plus tours on a mini train & a cafe.
- Spirit Mountain: Adventurers and Outdoors lovers check out Spirit Mountain, a recreational mountain featuring wintertime downhill skiing & a summertime adventure park.
- Enger Golf Course: A scenic and well-maintained golf course located at 1801 W Skyline Pkwy. It offers a challenging yet enjoyable golfing experience with beautiful views of the city and Lake Superior.

Pets - Don't worry about leaving Fido home alone! We're more than happy to accommodate up to 2 dogs at our place. There's just a small fee of $75 per dog. If you want to know more about our rules and regulations for bringing your furry friend, we've got all the details for you in our house rules and regulations.

Access - For your convenience, you can pull into the designated drop-off spot near the back door to unload your luggage quickly and easily. Simply enter the building through the back door using the unique code provided to you. Your unit, 101, is conveniently located at the end of the first floor hallway, so you won't have to carry your bags too far.

Parking - Complimentary parking is available for guests staying at the Duluth Press Building. To access the parking lot, turn into the alley off of either 19th or 20th street and look for the designated parking area with signs for the Duluth Press Building. Each unit has assigned parking spots, so please be sure to park in the space(s) designated for your unit. If you have an electric car the closest plug-in stations are across the street behind the Frost River Trading Company building. 

Transit - While having a car is recommended for convenience, no worries if you don't have one. Duluth has got you covered with plenty of public transportation options to explore the area. You can hop on the Duluth Transit, or take advantage of ride-sharing services like Uber and Lyft. And if you prefer traditional taxis, there are many other taxi services available too. So, whether you're cruising in your own car or using one of these convenient options, getting around won't be a problem at all. Enjoy your adventures in Duluth!

Our awesome guest service team is here to assist you from 8am to 9pm. If you have any questions or need anything, just give us a ring. You'll find our contact information in your booking confirmation. We'll primarily communicate through the booking platform and/or email, so keep an eye out for important check-in info. You'll receive all the details at 3pm on the day of your arrival. Check-in time is at 4pm. Check-out is 10am. Feel free to reach out if you need anything else. We're here to make your stay amazing!

VACATION RENTAL HOUSE RULES

1. GENERAL REQUIREMENTS a) All Guests (and any Visitors) must comply with all House Rules and any other instructions from the Property Manager during their stay; and b) Guests must notify the Property Manager of any disputes or complaints from neighbors as soon as reasonably practicable.

2. NOISE AND THE NEIGHBORHOOD a) This Vacation Rental is suitable for children of all ages! Guests are fully responsible for the safety and security of their children at all times, as well as any disturbance caused to other residents in the Neighborhood; b) Guests and Visitors must keep noise to a minimum as not to disturb the occupants of neighboring properties – especially during nighttime hours (10pm – 8am), and upon arrival and departure; c) Excessive noise is prohibited at all times and may result in termination of the vacation rental agreement, eviction, loss of rental paid and extra charges which may be deducted from the Security Deposit;

3. VISITORS a) Guests are allowed a maximum of 4 visitors at any time during their stay. b) Guests are responsible for ensuring maximum visitor numbers are not exceeded; and that visitors are complicit with these House Rules.

4. FUNCTIONS a) Parties and large gatherings of any kind are strictly prohibited at the Vacation Rental; and b) Any small gathering must comply with other rules set regarding Noise, the Neighborhood and Visitor numbers.

5. PARKING a) Guests and any visitors are to comply with parking regulations and other requirements set out by the property manger and show consideration to neighbors and other vehicles; please use the designated parking.

6. SECURITY a) Any time Guests leave the Vacation Rental, it is their responsibility to ensure all windows and doors are closed/locked to maintain security and prevent rain and water damage. b) Guests must switch off the lights, air conditioning, fans, electronics such as televisions when not in use to promote energy saving.

7. SMOKING a) Smoking is not permitted inside the Vacation Rental; and b) Cigarette butts must be disposed of properly (in large trash cans located outside property or off property all together) and not thrown on property grounds. Failure to do so will result in a deduction from the security deposit.

8. PETS a) IF dogs are permitted at the Vacation Rental; b) Specific rules regarding Pets at the Vacation Rental are as follows: Please keep pets off all furniture and be sure to have on a leash at all times when outside of the home. Also be sure to clean up after your pet and dispose of waste in the trash bins located outside of property. Please respect neighbors by limiting the barking of pets on the property; c) A maximum of 2 dogs are allowed at the property; for short term reservations the pet fee is $75/dog, for extended stays the fee is $150/pet. All mention of pets denotes DOGS ONLY, no other pets are permitted.

9. DAMAGES AND BREAKAGES a) All Damages and Breakages must be reported to the Property Manager as soon as reasonably practicable. Failure to report them will likely result in a penalty deduction from the security deposit. And; b) To avoid Damages and Breakages, no furniture is to be moved from one room to another without prior agreement.

10. CHECK OUT ARRANGEMENTS a) Please be sure to lock all doors and leave both sets of keys back in the lockbox. Check out is at 10am - if you need a later checkout please contact me as soon as possible to make arrangements.

11. EMERGENCY CONTACT DETAILS: a) In the event of an emergency relating to the Vacation Rental, your emergency contact is: Heirloom Vacation Rentals 218-409-4885 b) In the event of all other emergencies please call 911.

12. COMPLIANCE a) Breach of any of these House Rules is a breach of the Terms and Conditions of occupancy as per the Rental Agreement. b) The Owner and Manager reserve the right to terminate permission to occupy and to evict from the Vacation Rental, any Guests or Visitors who refuse to follow these House Rules or who cause a nuisance to neighbors or other residents of the community.
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