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Rick Goodemann, executive director of the Southwest Housing Partnership, looks over the lobby Thursday of the former Lakeland Hotel building in Willmar. A developer is proposing a project to fully rehabilitate and operate the historic Lakeland Hotel building, at a cost of nearly $4 million. Tribune photo by Ron Adams

$3.8 million preservation project planned for downtown Lakeland Hotel in Willmar, Minn.

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WILLMAR -- A developer is proposing a $3.6 million project to fully rehabilitate and operate the historic Lakeland Hotel building as a mixed use commercial and residential property in downtown Willmar.

Southwest Minnesota Housing Partnership of Slayton is proposing to buy the former hotel from Bremer Bank. The bank acquired the property in a foreclosure proceeding, according to Rick Goodemann, housing partnership executive director.

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David Little
David Little covers the Willmar City Council, Willmar Municipal Utilities and other city news.
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