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After observing federal COVID-19 guidelines and seeing vaccinations increase, Applied Underwriters says it is now comfortable with resuming construction of the 50-acre campus it started to build.
Dan Marak of Kansas City-based MH Hospitality has built or bought about a dozen hotel projects in Omaha over the past decade. Two are having grand opening ceremonies in the next weeks.
Douglas County had the second-densest population among finalists, lending it a more urban feel that balances big-city amenities with the accessibility and lower costs of a smaller market.
A 1970s-era local warehouse has sold for nearly $25 million — a sign that the industrial arm of the real estate market is hot and investors have eyes on the Omaha area, a local commercial real estate broker says.
In the Flatiron District, a developer seeks city help for a $41 million five-story building billed as downtown Omaha's first newly constructed apartments catering to residents of mixed incomes.
A $13.5 million warehouse is to be built on a 12-acre site near 69th and F Streets, and the owner is seeking $1.16 million in public tax-increment financing.
Omaha National Insurance Co. will double its headquarters space by moving to 90th Street and West Dodge Road — a spot that will allow its workforce to grow by about one-third this year.