Downtown Omaha is central to the community; it is home to several large Omaha companies, including ConAgra, Union Pacific, First National Bank and more. It is the home of the Old Market, featuring many restaurants and local shops.
Residents can live in one of the many condo developments including The Paxton, Old Market Lofts, Dunsany Flats and SoMa Row Homes.
Midtown Omaha is tree-lined streets and historic architecture, a community with character that boasts active, established neighborhoods and newer developments such as Midtown Crossing. The result is a full spectrum of housing – from quaint Tudor homes and historic mansions to condominiums and apartments – for a full spectrum of residents, all conveniently located near major Omaha employers, health care centers and universities.
Unique in the most wonderful way.- Aubrey Hess, Realtor. CBSHOME
Dundee / Happy Hollow
The Dundee/Happy Hollow area is in the heart of Omaha. There are restaurants, coffee shops, Memorial Park, it is close to UNO’s campus.
The homes in the area are very eclectic with different architectural styles. Residents take great pride in their homes and enjoy the “old neighborhoods” with true urban atmosphere.
Dundee/ Happy Hollow
A neighborhood full of history.- The Ahlvers Group, Realtors. CBSHOME
The West Omaha area continues to see huge growth, expanding out past 204th Street (or Highway 31). West Omaha is home to Village Pointe Mall where there are several restaurants and shopping. Many residents enjoy Lake Zorinsky for walking, running, fishing and summer activities.
Many feel West Omaha is close to everything and lots of amenities, including great schools and great neighbors.
West is where fresh and new meet small town feel.- Julie Tartaglia - TagTeam, Realtor. CBSHOME
Bellevue Nebraska is located just south of Omaha. It was recently named the 2013 Tree City USA by the Arbor Day Foundation for its commitment to effective forest management.
Bellevue may be best known for Offutt Air Force Base. Offutt became the home of the Martin Bomber plant in WWII and after the war housed the Strategic Air Command.
Bellevue is a wonderfully diverse community full of
welcoming people and fantastic schools.
Gretna Nebraska was founded in 1886 from purchased land from the Lincoln Land Company along the new Burlington Northern Railroad line. It is conveniently located to I-80 and West Omaha and is one of Nebraska’s fastest growing cities. Gretna’s newest feature is the Nebraska Crossing Outlets which opened in the fall on 2013.
Gretna is a charming place where small town character, honest values and heart-felt smiles still exist.- Ana Rongisch, Realtor. CBSHOME
Benson Nebraska is the places for music and nightlife! There are several new breweries (Infusion and Benson Brewery) as well as restaurants, music venues, art galleries and antique shops.
Benson was once a “bedroom community” outside of Omaha. Trolley brought people out to see a pasture of buffalo off Main Street.
With improvements and new businesses, Benson has grown into a real destination!- Leann Yahnke, Realtor. CBSHOME
Papillion Nebraska has been nationally recognized by several publications including: 2013 by Bloomberg Business Week as the Best Place to Raise Kids in Nebraska; 2012 by Livability.com as #1 in their Top Small Towns in America; 2011 by CNN/Money Magazine as the 5th Best Place to Live (small community) in the United States; and many more!
Ralston, NE is known as Independence City, USA for its annual Fourth of July Celebration. In October, 2012 the Ralston Arena opened up at 73rd and Q Streets. The arena is home to the Omaha Lancers hockey team, Omaha Beef indoor football team and the UNO Mavericks Men’s Basketball team. The arena also has public ice skating and plays host to many area concerts and events.
Ralston has a small town feel, great schools and great people.- Leanne Sotak, Realtor. CBSHOME
Hawaiian Village is a sand-based lake just five miles south of Papillion. This community is lake living at its best! Enjoy water activities, nature and fun seasonal events with your very social neighbors. Hawaiian Village has lots you own, not rent, and the association fee includes everything you need for your dream lake home!