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Developer seeks OK for occupation tax, entertainment district

Developer of north downtown hotel seeks OK for occupation tax, entertainment district

By Erin Golden, Omaha World Herald

A planned hotel, retail and office development in Omaha’s north downtown could come with two firsts for the city.

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Is there any city that has survived the Great Recession in better shape than Omaha?

For Barry Zoob, the fact that Omaha is seeing a steady stream of commercial sales, leases and new construction is not surprising. 

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New Development to include 75 Apartments at 15th & Jackson

By Paige Yowell, Omaha World Herald

Construction has begun on a nearly $14 million new development in downtown Omaha at 15th and Jackson Streets that will include four floors of apartments, two floors of parking and one retail bay.

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Kelly: Omaha likes the reflection in the mirror

Kelly: Omaha like the reflection in the mirror

By Michael Kelly

Omaha has changed remarkably over the past 10 or 15 years, and we'd like to think that so has its image.  

Yes, something important definitely has changed.

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