Kraus-Anderson Completes $34.9 Million Conversion Project in Duluth, Minnesota

by Channing Hamilton

DULUTH, MINN. — Kraus-Anderson Duluth has completed Zenith DCHS, a $34.9 million adaptive reuse project in downtown Duluth. The project converted the Historic Old Central High School into 122 apartments. The building was originally constructed in 1892 as Duluth Central High School and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The converted building was designed by AWH Architects and is owned by Saturday Properties. The four-story building offers amenities such as a fitness center, sauna, coworking space, auditorium and workshop, and also boasts the city’s landmark clock tower.

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