Looking to build? Explore Omaha and Lincoln communities currently under development.
Located 1-mile W. of 204th (Hwy 31) and F St. at 216th is the Westbury Creek subdivision. This incredible development offers new one and two-story home designs to buyers on spacious flat, walkout and day-light builder attached home sites with prices starting in the upper $200’s.
Dominion at Stevens Creek located at South at 110th & “O” Street Lincoln offering new homes to discerning buyers. Located near Waterford Lake in East Lincoln this incredible area is close to recreation areas, parks, golf courses...
Located 1-¼ mile W. of 204th (Hwy 31) and F St at 219th is the Westbury Farm subdivision. This incredible development offers new one and two-story home designs to buyers on spacious flat, walkout and estate builder attached home sites with prices starting in the upper $300’s.
Located South of Hwy. 2 at S. 84th is Grand Terrace development part of the flourishing Southeast Lincoln area the subdivision is just minutes from lakes, recreation areas, golf courses, shopping districts and restaurants.
Located at 168th & State St. in NW Omaha is Stratford Park offering custom new home buyers spacious lots in an attractive area. The neighborhood also features wide streets, expansive green space areas and a community swimming pool.
Spruce Ridge is a custom new home development featuring large flat, daylight and walkout home sites being offered by some of the area’s finest home builders with new home prices starting in the mid $300's.
Explore Omaha, Lincoln and Southwest Iowa's diverse and unique communities. Boasting a blend of historically significant and up-and-coming neighborhoods, there's a place for everyone to call home.
This historic area of Omaha is home to an eclectic mix of places to work, live, play and explore. The Old Market draws thousands of residents and visitors each year to its charming brick streets, award winning restaurants, diverse shopping experiences and entertainment. North Downtown and the riverfront is flourishing in its redevelopment, most notably the addition of TD Ameritrade Park, home of the College World Series!
Welcome to historic Benson! Platted in 1887, the Benson area was annexed by the city of Omaha in 1917. Over the years the Benson area has grown into a culturally diverse and proud community. A walk down mainstreet will give you hip and authentic bars, restaurants, shops and a sense of community in the people that live and work there. Benson is a fun place to be and be seen!
In 1867, the village of Lancaster became Nebraska's state capital and was renamed Lincoln. It is the only state capitol to have a unicameral legislative system in the country! It is the second largest city in Nebraska and is home the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, its third largest employer. Continued economic and housing growth in all areas of the city will keep Lincoln booming for years to come!
This is where urban meets contemporary with a mix of cultural, social and economic areas. This area is home to the renowned Nebraska Medical Center, Berkshire Hathaway, Mutual of Omaha and Kiewit Corporation. It also boasts some of the most iconic, historically significant and destination neighborhoods. Wherever you venture out in Midtown, you will find great places to eat, drink, be entertained and meet people!
Incorporated in 1885, Millard flourished as a small community on the edge of Omaha’s city limits. In 1971, the city of Omaha annexed Millard but it continued to maintain its identity namely through its award winning school district, the 2nd largest in the Omaha area, and active business community. The iconic water tower welcomes you to this highly sought after suburb.
In the early 1880’s the area south of Omaha proper began to develop as a regional stockyards and meatpacking center. This drew thousands of immigrant workers, mostly from eastern and southern Europe. Many families remained in the area and generations of families call South O home. South Omaha was annexed by Omaha on June 20, 1915 and continues to be a proud, culturally diverse area.
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