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Fiercly Omahan
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Starting out at the jLofts

Looking down Jackson Street

From 1101 Jackson

Overlooking the Farmer's Market

Looking at the Old Market Lofts from 1101 Jackson. Soma and the Postal Annex lofts in background.

The Kimball Laundry Building

Kimball Model

Kimball View from a dirty window

From 1600 Farnam

From 1600 looking over the Gene Leahy Mall

Looking over the Securities (Apt) building, Paxton (condos), and the Landmark Center.

Looking over Redick Hotel, Orpheum Theater, and the Old Market.

The Old Market

The Omaha building from 1600 Farnam

The Woodmen Tower and Omaha Building

Looking over North DT.
Site of the Slowdown residential/commercial project.

Looking over to the Central Park Plaza, Union Pacific Center, and future site
of the U/C Wallstreet Tower. The new 32 story condo tower will be Omaha's 3rd tallest.

From 902 Dodge. I work part-time here in the bar/deli on the first floor

Looking south towards the Towns at Little Italy.

From 902
Overlooking Riverfront Place, Gallup University, US Park HQ, and the U/C Pedestrian Bridge

From Riverfront Place

Pedestrian Bridge construction from Riverfont Place Tower 1

The Missouri River


Looking over the townhomes

Downtown View from Riverftont Place

The Towns at Little Italy


View from the Towns. Western Heritage Museum in foreground

The Old Market Lofts and Ford Lofts

The Soma Townhomes

Rooftop views from Soma

Union Pacific and the Landmark Center over the Old Market

Looking at my house and workplace

The whole view

Finishing up the tour with lunch in the Old Market
at the Upstream Brewery



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That is probably the coolest collection of Omaha photos I have seen, especially some of the never-seen-before angles from up in the buildings.

Love the Old Market density blended with the greenspace in the mall and on the riverfront.

Stellar job for a drunken Irish guy with a camera.

President of Catan
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Great photo tour! Makes me wanna go see Omaha. :eek:kay: It looks like there are some really exciting things happening. I'm loving the pedestrian bridge and work on the riverfront. Its a great advantage to have a river; you have a waterfront, and you get to have attractive bridges for your city. Not to mention it helps fuel a demand for high-rise condos with views.
Well done.
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