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THE KEELINE BUILDING
Located at 17th & Harney across from the Douglas County Courthouse and new Juvenile Justice Center, this historic gem was built in 1911 and the designed by locally renowned architects, John Latenser And Sons, Inc. The current and original floor plan provides individual, and double offices as well as larger suites for small businesses. Shamrock will continue this use by restoring the historic charm with modern office conveniences and parking. Billed as a “Private Office Community” the building will attract lawyers, consultants, start ups, counselors and other creative entrepreneurs who wish to be a part of a collaborative community.
Shamrock Development completed the 1501, a mixed-use building at 1501 Jackson Street in 2014. This project contains 72 Market Rate Apartment Homes, an underground parking garage, Park on Third interior courtyard and Skyline Cafe. It is also home to Seldin Company’s Downtown Office.
The Barker Building, a Downtown Omaha Historical Landmark, has been transformed into a mixed-use building containing 48 market rate apartments and retail space. The Barker is located on the corner of 15th and Farnam Streets in Downtown Omaha, in the middle of the Central Business District and near several of Omaha’s largest employers.
Shamrock Development purchased the 1009 Capitol Building in 1999, which was a former Swanson Foods warehouse. The building is in the early stages of rehabilitation into 14,000 square foot retail building across the street from Omaha’s CenturyLink Arena and convention center.
A historic landmark for generations, The Paxton has been completely renovated into Omaha’s premiere residence for luxury living with modern convenience. The Paxton is a $30 Million Dollar development that offers a first class living experience…in a first class location.
Located at the corner of 10th & Dodge, The 1000 Dodge Building, a $6 Million dollar development was Omaha’s first exclusive urban address. In 2002, Shamrock Development began renovating the former Heinz Food Warehouse into twelve exclusive residences
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