- $434,900 |
- Pending |
- Residential |
- 2 Beds |
- 2 Baths |
- 1,517 Sqft |
- MLS# 21918185
Two bedroom two bathroom facing Turner Park with full size balcony including gas line hook up for grill. Unit features granite countertops , stainless steel appliances, washer/dryer. As a resident of MTC you will enjoy the convenience of no lawn mowing, snow removal or water in your basement. Lock & leave with no worries. Each unit has a secured, heated underground parking space & optional storage cage. Concierge Service & 24 hour security are included in monthly HOA also covered: water, sewer, trash, gas, recycling, common area insurance/maintenance. Rooftop Clubroom is yours to enjoy daily or reserve for private event complete with kitchen, fireplace, pool table, projection/big screen & audio equipment. Outdoor seating is always open for residents to take in Omaha's skyline, summer concerts or watch Turner Park change with the seasons.
31st & Farnam
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Leavenworth Street runs east and west through the middle of the Leavenworth community with its east boundaries at I-480 and its west boundaries at 36th Street. Many homes in the area were large two stories, built in the early 1900’s. While some are still single family residences, many have been converted to apartments to serve employees of the downtown, midtown, and Med Center areas. With the development of Mid Town Crossing, a high-end shopping and entertainment center a few blocks south of Dodge Street, many of the apartments and single family dwellings have been gutted and remodeled to compete with luxurious apartments and condos built as part of its core.
In the area south of Leavenworth there are conversions but also many well-maintained single family homes. Popular with families who have generational bonds to the area, there are several public and parochial schools as well as many churches with ethnic ties. Price points reflect the diversity of style, age, and location of homes in the area and range from over one million dollars for new condos in Mid Town Crossing to seventy-five thousand for smaller homes and condos in other areas.
“To promote the Leavenworth Area, provide educational programs on community safety and needs of people, provide programs for ongoing development of public areas, and to preserve residential and community therein” is the statement of purpose for the Leavenworth Neighborhood Association.
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