$20.00 /sf/year2,500 SF
- 90th and Dodge - Great central location, close to Methodist & Children' s Hospitals, plus other professional buildings.
$6.75 /sf/year1,750 SF
Park near front door. Showroom and storage potential. Drive-in door can be added with long term lease.
$10.95 /sf/year1,505 SF
Fantastic visibility with parking near front door. Neighboring tenants include chiropractor, dentist and Godfather's Pizza.
$3.50 - $8.90 /sf/year1,130 - 1,819 SF
Under new management. Renovations complete. Highly visible, monument signage available. 44,650 vehicles per day.
Executive Suite/Short-term Office
Rent Upon Req.15,000 SF
The business center in Omaha is about bringing everything you need to do business together in one place. On the third floor of this modern glass-fronted building, you’ll find our fully equipped business destination, complete with a world-class IT infrastructure and manned reception. Meanwhile, the rest of the building offers on-site parking, banks, and a great coffee shop. But it’s not just amenities. In the central business district (CBD) of Downtown Omaha, you’ll find businesses of all sizes coming together, from tech startups to some of America’s most established Fortune 500 companies. You’ll also be able to explore the meeting of Omaha’s rich history with modern retail in the Old Market district just across the street. And because the business center is at the convergence of major roads, you’ve got great access to the I-29, I-80, and the nearby Eppley Airfield airport.
Executive Suite/Short-term Office
Rent Upon Req.17,023 SF
The immaculate, neatly landscaped Linden Place Center is situated on the First National Bank Business Park - the premier suburban office market in Omaha. The four-story class-A building, which includes underground parking, is located on the corner of 144th and West Dodge Road, ensuring easy access to many amenities close by. Its corner location and eye-catching architecture, featuring a 'staggered' brick prospect one side and glass wall on the other, gives it striking appearance in the locality. The local economy is dependent on consumers for growth in this steady, Midwest state - known as the 'better than most everywhere else' state for its relatively low unemployment rate. As well as a traditional agricultural economy, Omaha has a growing service sector including health, telecoms, and financial and insurance companies, and is home to four Fortune 500 companies. Its dynamic entrepreneurial spirit also makes Omaha the perfect place for start-ups. http://assets.regus.com/images/1690/businesscentre/12_454x340.jpg
Rent Upon Req.100 - 5,000 SF
Downtown Omaha's premier Class A office tower. Amenities include attached parking structure, full service restaurant, coffee shop, sundry shop and full service bank. Adjacent to historic Old Market district. Tenant parking available for $70/month.
$5.93 /sf/year8,100 SF
Former Ralston Keno. 8100 Sq. Ft. 45 Parking spaces, 3 Furnance/Central/Air roof top units. Crawl space on North end.No Basement. ADA bathrooms. Loading dock. This area is being redeveloped as per plans in Omaha World Hearld story 12/8/13. New Ralston Arena 2 Blocks to the North. $4,000,Rent, $3,900 Deposit.
$17.31 /sf/year1,352 SF
Kitchen/restaurant in Historic Quartermaster Depot. Includes util. Campus setting at 2101 Woolworth. Tons of potential to start small and grow into a larger space.