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"That's where the beat is," CBRE's Bennett Ginsberg says of the future town center, the latest piece to be announced for the 500-acre Heartwood Preserve redevelopment site near 144th Street and West Dodge Road.
No local workforce reduction is expected to take place at Senior Market Sales as a result of the deal.
The Carson Group's event featured hoisting the final steel beam into place.
In this week's business notes: A new hotel for Lincoln and a longtime Omaha bookstore bids farewell.
The complex, which dates back to pre-1900, is to be transformed from its latest use as a cold storage and meat-processing plant to a mercantile, residences and gallery at 12th and Jones Streets.
She.la, a women's and children's clothing boutique that operated out of Countryside Village for 18 years and mostly recently was in Sterling Ridge, plans to shut down.
Irv Blumkin joins his grandmother and father in the American Home Furnishings Hall of Fame.
The Renaissance Nebraska Project grant goes to Builders of the Future program, which trains young people in construction trades.
Developer Dreamvesting Capital Group has assembled four lots in "poor" condition and hopes to replace them with a three-story structure containing for-sale residences.