Omaha Condos

Located in the heartland of the Midwest, Omaha, Nebraska, stands out as a bustling city that provides residents a unique blend of Midwestern charm and hospitality with the vibrant energy of a thriving city. Omaha has grown to become the largest city in the state and is home to world class attractions, five Fortune 500 companies and many top colleges and universities. As the city grows, living in an Omaha Condo or Loft has definitely caught on and new people are discovering this lifestyle every day. Whether you're looking for Omaha condos, lofts, highrises or apartments, Highrises.com is a great place to start your search. If you are new to Omaha or a long-time resident, the condos and loft buildings listed on Highrises.com will give you accurate and detailed property information to help you make an informed buying decision. Start your search now to see why Highrises.com is the #1 site for Omaha Condos and Lofts.

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If you're thinking about buying, selling or leasing a condominium in Omaha it's important to work with an agent who specializes in the condo market. Sherry Stinson has helped buyers and sellers across the city. She can help you find the right building for your needs, negotiate a fair price and ensure a smooth closing. Contact Sherry Stinson today at 402-609-5399 for all your Omaha condo needs.

Omaha Condo Buildings

Omaha has a variety of condo and loft buildings with available units for sale. If you'd like to sort by height, area, style and more please use our Interactive Building Directory to zero in on the building that's right for you.



Condo Living in Omaha

When you live in a condo and enjoy the maintenance-free lifestyle you'll have plenty of time to enjoy all that downtown Omaha has to offer. You can visit the Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium where you can walk high above the world’s largest indoor rainforest on the suspended rope bridge and visit the world’s largest indoor desert housed under a glazed geothermic dome. Inside the dome are animals and plants from three of the world’s most famous deserts and underneath is the world’s largest exhibit of nocturnal life. These are just two of the many fascinating exhibits you will find at this world class zoo. If you love flowers a great place to spend a day is at Omaha’s Botanical Center, Lauritzen Gardens. Here you can ride a tram or take a leisurely stroll through 100 acres of beautiful trails and pathways with more than 17 different types of gardens including a Victorian Garden, a rose garden and a children’s garden. Naturally, there are many other great places to visit in Omaha such as the Joslyn Museum and Castle, Fort Omaha, the Creighton Orpheum Theater and the Holland Performing Arts Center. Another great place is The Old Market, once a historical area. Keeping its old time charm it has been transformed into a destination perfect for shopping, dining and nightlife.

History of Omaha, NE

In the mid-1740s, more than a century before it was settled, land speculators from Iowa began to illegally stake claim to Indian land in what is now Omaha. Eventually a treaty was reached with the Indian tribe, known as the "Omaha" and on July 4, 1854, the city of Omaha was founded. As decades passed, businesses and industries emerged that outfitted farmers in areas further to the west and stockyards and packinghouses were developed. The growth of the city happened quickly and many referred to it as the “Magic City”. By the middle of the 1900s, Omaha had become a powerhouse in the meatpacking industry. During the second half of the century, major highways were expanded, suburbs grew and diverse cultural and ethnic areas developed. As the 1990s ended and the new millennium began, Omaha was in the midst of adding several billion dollars of new construction further making this one time Indian territory a great place to live.

Omaha Schools

Omaha has many outstanding colleges and universities including The University of Nebraska, the University of Nebraska Medical Center, Grace University, Creighton University, Bellevue University, College of Saint Mary, Clarkson College, Nebraska Methodist College, Nebraska Christian College and Metropolitan Community College.

Every June Omaha hosts the NCAA College World Series. During the two week period, eight regional baseball championship teams compete for the title. The city is also home to the Omaha Nighthawks of the United Football League and the Omaha Storm Chasers, the AAA affiliate team of the Kansas City Royals. There are also local basketball, ice hockey and soccer teams to cheer for.


Dog-Friendly Omaha Condo Buildings

With very few exceptions, Omaha high-rise condo buildings are generally dog-friendly. What really separates the good ones though is the access to green space when it's time to take your four-legged kid for a walk. To help with that we've highlighted a few buildings here that are not only dog-friendly but in a great place for walks.

  • Kimball Lofts -29 spacious loft residences with a gated green space that serves as a resident dog park! You don't have to walk far in those cold Nebraska winters!
  • Beebe & Runyan Lofts - Eight-story converted warehouse with a 3,000 sq.ft. fitness center. Pet friendly with no restrictions on weight for dogs!
  • JLofts on the Market - Each JLoft unit has at least one indoor heated garage space and is pet friendly! JLofts is in the process of creating a dog park for those necessary trips outside.
  • The Regis - Built in 1918 and in the heart of the downtown district, these condos are pet friendly and only several blocks from the Heartland of America Park!

These are just a few... contact us and let us know what you're looking for and we'll help you find the perfect building for your whole family.