Downtown Omaha is a destination for so many activities so you always see a smile when one of its residents also calls it home. Downtown Omaha has always been busy with residential development and a plan to accommodate all types of residents. North street borders include Cass and Vinton roughly outlines some of Downtown Omaha’s southern ranges, while with so much economic development Downtown is always on the move! From the River banks of the Missouri River, drive west to roughly 30th street and you will see condo’s, residential homes and mulit-family options that could be a brand new model home or a property under historic protection!
Could you ask for more? Parks, schools, grocery and the ability to use Interstate 80 to head East or West, Dodge Street taking you West or use Kennedy to get into Sarpy County makes downtown an easy place make your home. Fill your evening and weekends with endless events in every season not too mention walking distance to Century Link Center for the major event in town, if you can get a ticket!
Omaha Public schools, the largest school system in Nebraska, serves downtown residents and its families. From the award winning after school programs, excellent transportation routes and national recognized organizations; students stay busy and excel living in the downtown community! Residents in downtown can also choose magnet schools, Montessori’s and a variety of other educational centers.
Visiting a local school can be an ideal way to find out how its services fit your needs!
Downtown living provides endulgement in your interests – whatever they may be! Take your bike for a spin along the Riverfront in the morning and catch live music that evening at the same venue. Living Downtown can cut commute times or offer a fun home based operation. City views, events, new restaurants like Plank mixed with city dining legends such as Mahagony will make entertaining easy. Families, young and old, maneuver the brick paved roads of the Old Market and can catch a gomdalo ride or horse drawn carriage ride!
Residents who live downtown find it hard to leave, or often will keep Downtown as their second home to have access to so much Omaha offers. New and historic buildings can offer you the accommodation you require. Pick the area, be it “NoDo”, the “Capital District” or “The Riverfront” and you quickly settle in the Downtown lifestyle.
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