Metro Omaha Real Estate Blog: March 2014

Omaha NE Real Estate News and Information by Christi Hacker, Realtor, Keller Williams Greater Omaha. Real Estate Market, Community, and Guides for homeowners, home buyers, and home sellers.

Boundaries of Midtown Omaha NE

What are the boundaries of Midtown Omaha NE?

 

Midtown Omaha, Nebraska, is the historic heart of the city of Omaha. Thanks to significant redevelopment and promotional efforts within the last five years by developers both large (Mutual of Omaha's Midtown Crossing at Turner Park) and small, Midtown is gaining popularity as a great place to live, work, and spend time.

 

I recently hosted an open house in Central Omaha around 84th and Dodge, and I was pleasantly surprised by the number of first time homebuyers who are interested in learning more about purchasing real etate and living in Midtown Omaha NE. What are the general boundaries of Midtown Omaha NE? Let's take a look at the generally accepted boundaries that most people would currently consider Midtown Omaha, Nebraska.

 

So Where is Midtown Omaha?

 

Midtown Neighborhood Alliance Map

 

 

Midtown Omaha is a collection of neighborhoods. As described by the Midtown Neighborhood Alliance, there are organized Midtown Neighborhood Associations that stretch roughly east-west from 20th Street to 72nd Street, and north-south from Hamilton Street to Center Street and Interstate 80.

 

Each neighborhood has a unique character and history, and all have hidden architectural gems that you should explore.  The neighborhoods with formal associations include: Ak-sar-ben/Elmwood, Bemis Park, Blackstone, Columbus Park, Dundee/Memorial Park, Elmwood Park, Field Club, Ford Birthsite, Gifford Park, Hanscom Park, Joslyn Castle, Leavenworth, Morton Meadows, North Gold Coast, Thornburg Place, Park East, and Walnut Hill.  Some neighborhoods like Dundee and Field Club are well known locally, and others like Gifford Park and Park East have undgergone recent and significant redevelopment and are hot up and coming areas.

 

Midtown Omaha has become such a popular and revitalized destination that I expect the number of organized neighborhoods to grow in the future. Do you live in Midtown? Check your neighborhood by entering your address here.

 

Interested in more information about buying a home in Omaha NE?  Contact me and let's discuss your Omaha NE real estate needs, I would be happy to help!

 

 

Christi Hacker, Your Omaha Real Estate Specialist 

REALTOR®, Licensed Nebraska Real Estate Salesperson

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Comment balloon 16 commentsChristi Hacker • March 23 2014 12:38PM
Boundaries of Midtown Omaha NE
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What are the boundaries of Midtown Omaha NE? Midtown Omaha, Nebraska, is the historic heart of the city of Omaha. Thanks to significant redevelopment and promotional efforts within the last five years by developers both large (Mutual… more