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Want to Save Money? Move Downtown

Want to Save Money? Move Downtown

By: Brett Arends – smartmoney.com

My wife and I thought about moving out of the city to cut our expenses. Then we ran the numbers and realized it made no sense. If you want to save money these days, you have to move into the city. Crazy, but true.

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Affordable Omaha: The dollar stretches further here

Affordable Omaha: The dollar stretches further here

by Cindy Gonzalez – Omaha World Herald

As a 27-year-old college graduate who worked full time, Amy McElhaney was a bit concerned she hadn't progressed beyond sleeping on a futon in a sticky studio apartment.

Now that she's relocated from Chicago to Omaha, though, she's able to afford an apartment big enough to fit an actual bed. The place even has air conditioning and room to entertain guests.

McElhaney, four months into her new fund-raiser job, can attest to the findings of a University of Nebraska at Omaha analysis that says, essentially, the buck stretches further in Omaha. 

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Tapping into appeal of Downtown

Mike Moylan lives, socializes and is redeveloping key areas in downtown Omaha.

The loyal downtowner now is inviting like minds to work alongside him in office space he's helped transform into the Downtown Executive Center. Leases range from $195 a month for a "virtual" office to about $1,000 for a corner in the executive center located on the fourth floor of 1414 Harney St.

Moylan is optimistic about filling up the 29 spots, expecting to attract a chunk of the area's growing "creative class" of businesspeople in search of a certain energy and culture.

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‘BEST TEAM’ FOR 10TH, CAPITOL

When asked what kind of assurance he could give that his $176 million downtown development proposal would get done, Mike Moylan told the review committee that he couldn't give a commitment in this difficult economy.  Read More

THE PAXTON WINS BEST CONDO DEVELOPMENT

What building in Omaha can boast such notorious guests as Woodrow Wilson, Theodore Roosevelt and Buffalo Bill Cody? None other than the Paxton. Formerly the Paxton Hotel, the historical Old Market building is now the site of high-end condominiums and penthouses. With all of its amenities, it’s no wonder the development is rated best by Omahans. Aside from having one of Omaha’s largest fitness centers, the Paxton also holds a grand ballroom, a home theatre for private use and a rooftop deck that gives residents an extraordinary view of downtown Omaha. Read More

COFFEEHOUSE TO TAKE FLIGHT AT DOWNTOWN SITE

Crane Coffee will debut a new concept that expands its current coffee, pastry and dessert offerings to breakfast, lunch and light dinner menus in downtown Omaha’s historic Paxton Building. Read More

DOWNTOWN LIVING: THE LUCKY ONES

Downtown living is more than just an address it’s a lifestyle.Read More

THE PAXTON: FROM HOTEL TO HOMES

Mike Moylan looks down from the 12th floor of the Landmark Building at the venerable Paxton Hotel that he bought two years ago.Read More

CAROL AND HOWARD HAHN’S CONDO WOWS

The Paxton penthouse condo transformation took more than a year to plan and execute, and visitors can tell that the time was well spent. Every architectual element and design touch help create a home full of wow factors.Read More

HISTORIC TRANSFORMATION

Developer Mike Moylan is giving the old Paxton Hotel a new life as an upscale condominium development in the heart of downtown.Read More

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