We are excited to report that another 75 apartments are on the way to North Downtown! The Rochester, located at 1015 North 14th Street, is the latest and greatest project from NuStyle Development. Check out this World Herald article for more info.
Not so excited to say it’s about to get cold again, but we are VERY excited to say that Creighton Basketball and UNO Hockey are back in action at the Century Link Center! Check out the calendar for all the upcoming games and get out and root root root for the home team!
We are very excited to hear that we are going to have some new neighbors soon…Nichol Flats! Check out all the details of the office, retail, and 67 apartment building in this Omaha World Herald article.
It’s here! Check out the newest business in North Downtown in the World Herald and on the Riverfront. Welcome Storz!
The new schedules for the Creighton men’s basketball and UNO hockey games to be played this fall and winter have been announced! Check out the calendar for a full list. We’re very excited for another sure to be great UNO hockey season and for all the new teams coming to town now that CU is part of the Big East!
The World Herald ran an article on the new tenant for the former Rick’s Cafe Boatyard. We are very excited to welcome the Storz Trophy Room Grill & Brewery to the area! Check out the article here.
The 2013 College World Series is almost here! Traveling fans from Indiana, Louisiana State, Louisville, Mississippi State, North Carolina, North Carolina State, Oregon State, UCLA, and beyond…we cannot wait for you to see what we have going on in North Downtown. It’s going to be a blast!
A big happy second anniversary to Nosh Restaurant and Wine Lounge. They are also now open for lunch and Sunday brunch, so get down and check them out!
Heading to North Downtown for the Battles On Ice this Saturday? We’re excited to report that Metro will be running the Event Circulator! You may remember this 25 cent ride around downtown from CWS time. Check out the Metro site for more info.
This is one of the coolest things to hit our area in a while: Typecast Recast. The project seeks artists to do installations along 12th Street, resulting in a public display from Douglas to Mike Fahey Streets. We truly cannot wait to see this take shape!
Typecast Recast seeks 6-10 artists, with individual commissions ranging from $5,000 to $8,500! Check out their site for more information on the project and how to submit an application.