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Lincoln, NE has a growing metro population of 342,000 as of the 2021 Census Estimates and is located 59 miles west of downtown Omaha.

It's seen several notable additions to the skyline recently and has another skyscraper project that is proposed.

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Lincoln CVB


Lied Place- This 20-story building is already constructed and has been the first sizable addition to the Lincoln skyline in quite some time.

Lincoln Star Journal


LiedPlace.com

Canopy Row- apartments with 11k retail space in the popular Haymarket entertainment district



LincolnHaymarket.org

Atmosphere Lincoln- 320 unit, 13 story dorm tower, 6 story addition and first floor commercial space.



Student Housing Business



9 Lincoln Place- Proposed 22 story, 275 ft. tall condo/apartment tower.

Lincoln Star Journal

Block 15- Proposed 15 story student apartment project.

Lincoln Star Journal
 

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Impressive. It's good to see another small city with a stagnant skyline get a few new tall buildings. When you think about it there are only a handful of metros with a population less than a million that have seen new residential over 10 stories (excluding beach towns and one-off indian casinos, that is). Madison, Iowa City, College Station, are the obvious ones.
 

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The entire trajectory of metros from Minneapolis-St. Paul to Rochester to Des Moines, to Kansas City to Springfield to Omaha and Sioux Falls are all growing in population at a good clip and at rates beyond much of the rest of the Midwest.
 
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