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Bemis Park Landmark Heritage District is situated north of Cuming Street in the midtown area.
It became a part of the city of Omaha in 1887 and was platted by George Bemis’s Land Company in 1889. Bemis was intent on establishing an exclusive neighborhood with tree-lined streets which would be laid out according to topography rather than the typical grid pattern of the city. He also donated a park in the area which became part of the city’s...
Champions Run is a private, 200 acre, 18 hole golf course and club house located at 138 th and Eagle Run Drive. Surrounded by luxurious homes in the Eagle Run West subdivision, it is one of Omaha’s more prestigious neighborhoods. The course itself is noted for its challenging layout with two lakes, a meandering creek, a billowing fairway and large greens.
With a 38,000 square foot clubhouse that has numerous amenities, it is popular with golfers and...
The east side of Council Bluffs is filled with treasures including the historic Haymarket Square which includes a mixture of eclectic shops and eateries.
Downtown you find the 100 block of West Broadway in which the Chamber of Commerce building was created out of the shell of the Hughes-Iron building. The structure was home to the Hughes Chevrolet dealership for many years. Across the street are more shops and pubs that provide a relaxing place to unwind...
Ask almost any citizen of Omaha about the Benson area and their reply will be that “Benson’s Back” not that it’s ever really been gone. But there’s a new vibrancy and energy along Maple Street that is attracting an eclectic clientele—foodies, musicians, lovers of music and people of all ages who enjoy having a good time.
In the late 1887’s Benson Place was established as its own entity northwest of the city of Omaha by...
One of Omaha’s popular recreational and residential areas is known as the Old Market. Located on the eastern edge of downtown, the area gets it name from its original development as a wholesale and retail grocery center. Today, many of these buildings remain and their first floors are the sites of art galleries, restaurants, boutiques and specialty stores, while many of the upper floors have been renovated into upscale apartments and condominiums.
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