Superior Homes For Sale

Superior is a charming town that offers a variety of activities and historical locations. The city of Superior prides itself on providing safe community for citizens to live, work and play. For a list of homes for sale in Superior, WI, contact Re/Max Results.

Median Home Price: $125,970

Superior

Recreation

In Superior, there is no shortage of activities for the whole family, all year round. From the famous Twin Ports, to boat launches, outdoor skating rinks, ballparks, to playgrounds and trails, Superior is the ideal location for those with an adventurous spirit!

Shopping

Superior offers a variety of convenient shopping options no matter what you’re looking for. The Mariner Mall offers a large variety of department stores, the Walmart supercenter has all of the conveniences you could need, and the Northwest Outlet is nearby for all of your outdoor needs.

Dining

Dining in Superior has more options than you can imagine! Stop by Vintage Italian pizza for a slice, Anchor Bar and Grill, Grizzly’s Grill ‘N Saloon, or Breakwater Restaurant for a delicious, local food experience!

Green/Environmental

The Environmental Services Division of Public Works manages the City assets for wastewater treatment as well as stormwater treatment and collections. They also perform construction and inspections to ensure that the roads, streets, and sidewalks are well managed.

Schools

Superior is served by the Superior School District, which has one high school, one middle school, and six elementary schools.

University Wisconsin-Superior is the local public liberal arts college as well.

Transportation

The Duluth Transit Authority provides Superior and nearby Duluth, MN with fixed-route and dial-a-ride public bus service.

Local Government

The City Council serves as the legislative branch of the City government, enacting ordinances, resolutions, approving the budget, setting policies and taking other actions necessary to properly govern the city.

City History

In the nineteenth century, spurred by the prospect of lucrative shipping on the Great Lakes and the potential investment in the iron ore industry, businessmen from Chicago and Minnesota laid claim to the site which would become the city of Superior. They planned to layout a new city that would attract new European-American settlers.

Twenty-five years later the Northern Pacific Railway and other rail lines finally arrived, fulfilling the dream of a rail and water highway from coast to coast. Numerous grain, coal and lumber businesses formed in the same period.

Between 1890 and 1920, the city was heavily settled by migrants from the eastern United States as well as immigrants from over 15 countries.

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