The Lincoln Park neighborhood is one of the oldest in Duluth. Located in West Duluth, Lincoln Park was once an industrial hub. It was the place Duluth’s working-class citizens called home. But as the economy in Duluth shifted, the Lincoln Park neighborhood struggled to survive. Things slowed down. Businesses closed their doors. Residents moved away. It’s not an uncommon story – many small neighborhoods and towns across northern Minnesota have experienced similar effects as industries and economies shift.
The Entrepreneur Fund
Many business owners have a love-hate relationship with their business. They love being a business owner and most of what goes with it, but there is a part of it that leaves them feeling overwhelmed. It’s that thing that wakes them up at 2AM and is a constant worry in the back of their mind. It could be that they’ve hit a ceiling and can’t move up to the next level, they can’t overcome their issues, or that they are not getting what they want from their business.
New artisan food offerings, brewery launching in 2018.
(The Corktown Deli and Love Creamery storefront locations in Lincoln Park. )