As a project to replace utilities gets set to begin, the city of Duluth is using the opportunity for a multi-million dollar redesign of Superior Street.

StarTribune.com is reporting that more plants and trees will be included in the plan.  As of now, all options are on the table.  They could go retro or modern with the redesign, however, a mixture of North Woods and old-Duluth themes has proved most popular, according to Brad Scott, civil project manager with LHB Inc., an architectural engineering firm working on the project for the city.

This continues to be a developing story as even the new surface of the street has yet to be determined, but the end result will be no more bricks and a much needed makeover for Superior Street.

There will be a couple public meetings this summer on the project, with the first being June 17th.