Written By: John Lundy | Duluth News Tribune | 

Development of a 100-unit apartment building in Lincoln Park could begin as soon as this year, an official of the company that owns the property said.

A developer hopes to soon begin demolition of the former Kemps dairy plant, 2100 block of West First Street in Lincoln Park. Construction of a $15 million-$20 million apartment/retail project could begin as soon as later this year. (File / News Tribune)

The News Tribune reported in January that the old Kemps dairy plant on the 1900 block of West First Street had been purchased by Northridge Accommodations of Grand Forks, N.D.

No one from Northridge was available to comment at the time, but in a call Tuesday, chief operating officer Ryan Carlson fleshed out the details.

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