Downtown Omaha is made up of several smaller business districts: The Old Market, The Capitol District, North Downtown (NoDo)/Millwork Commons, The Riverfront, Little Italy, and Little Bohemia. Over thirty buildings in this area are listed on the National Register of Historic Places, most of which have been converted into loft-style apartments and condos or bars and restaurants.
THINGS TO DO
Downtown is considered Omaha's largest entertainment district. Enjoy live music at The Slowdown or The Admiral and a variety of shows at The Orpheum Theater, The Holland Performing Arts, The Steelhouse, and the CHI Health Center. You can even enjoy the outdoors in this business district at the Gene Leahy Mall, Heartland of America Park and the Bob Kerrey Pedestrian Bridge. Every summer, Downtown plays host to The Taste of Omaha Food Festival and the NCAA Men's College World Series of Baseball. Other popular attractions include: The Durham Museum, The Museum of Shadows, The Joslyn Art Museum. and The Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts. If you are on the hunt for the perfect steak, as many are when they come to Omaha, then check out: 801 Chophouse, Sullivan's, Spencer's, or J. Gilbert's. Some of our favorite locally owned and operated bars and restaurants are: Nicola's Italian, Block 16, M's Pub, Petit's Pastry, Olsen Bake Shop, Mr. Toads, Brickway, The Tavern, Havana Garage Cigar Lounge, Wicked Rabbit, Laka Lona Rum Club, Beercade 2, Fizzy's Fountain & Liqours, Omaha Dog Bar and Kros Strain Draftworks.
AVAILABLE HOMES FOR SALE
See below for all of the homes in the Downtown area that are available now!