Growth in Omaha

Clusters of commercial and residential projects are expected to change the Omaha-area landscape this year. Check out the continuance of great things to happen in Omaha! 


1.  10th Street Market

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Work has begun at the former postal annex, this historical facility was built in 1909 as a trolley barn for the Omaha-Council Bluffs street car.  Now, the 65,000 square foot space is well on it's way to becoming the "10th Street Market."  The year-round market will have more than two dozen permanent vendors and hopefully opening by fall 2018!  Click on the photo above to stay up to date with their Facebook page!  


2.  13th Street Revival

All are signs of a new movement underway to bring the kind of urban energy seeping downtown and midtown Omaha to one of the city's oldest and storied neighborhood spines.  With urban living back in vouge, city planners and experts say the enclave's walkability, proximity to Downtown Omaha, architectural charm and surrounding residential areas should make it easier for resurgence to take hold.  Click on the photo to stay up to date on the progress!


3.  Capitol Entertainment District

A new jewel is being polished to crown the city's achievements!   In the heart of this bustling expanse, comes Omaha's top cultural and entertainment destinations.  Capitol District will build a new "heart" for downtown Omaha, this area has been designed to be an intimate space for direct access of the mixed uses surrounding.  Click on the photo above to keep up with the Capitol District's facebook page! 


4.  West Farm

This transformation Southwest of 144th & Dodge is set to sprout in various shapes and sizes.  Nearly $20 million in road projects to widen 144th Street and improve Pacific St. are expected to begin in September.  The growth is to come over at least 15 years, as the 500 acres bounded generally by 144th, 153rd, West Dodge, and Pine Streets fill up with shobbing hubs, houses, apartments, offices, a hotel, lake, trail system, and other amentities.  Click on the photo above to keep up with the progress!


5.  Turner Park East' Urban Core

Mutual of Omaha has big plans for a residential and commercial campus east of Midtown Crossing.  The redevelopent shows renderings for an apartment and six-story hotel between Turner Boulvevard and Park Avenue and Douglas and Faram Streets.  There is no current timeline for the projects yet and plans are still evolving.  Click on the photo above to stay up to date on the progress with the Omaha-World Herald! 



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