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Omaha, NE

Omaha has grown since its 1854 beginnings to become the biggest city in Nebraska, with a population of more than 400,000. Omaha is located in the eastern part of the state near the Iowa border, 126 miles from Des Moines. Omaha gets as much snow as rain annually (about 30 inches of each), and averages a nippy 21 degrees in January, but a pleasant 77 in July. Omaha is a famously good place to live, cited by Forbes Magazine as one of the top 15 regions in the nation and by Parenting Magazine as among the top 10 cities for raising a family.


Several heartland enterprises have made Omaha well known in America and around the world. Just some of the companies that keep Omaha on the economic map:

Tech businesses headquartered in Omaha include:


Omaha has several neighborhoods with homes in all price points and sizes. New-home developments are springing up in the West, with homes ranging from the low and mid $100,000s to multi-million-dollar mansions in neighborhoods such as Bellevue, Millard, Gretna and Papillion. More rural neighborhoods, such as Sarpy, Washington and western Douglas counties let home-owners enjoy vast woody acreages with stables, streams, and ponds. Those who prefer to be closer to the city will find everything from vintage Victorian homes south of Broadway Avenue to new homes in Council Bluffs and Loess Hills. Historic neighborhoods include Field Club, Bemis Park, Blackstone, Gold Coast, Cathedral, Happy Hollow, Fairacres, Country Club, Florence, Hanscom Park, Kountze Park, Benson and Dundee, where billionaire Warren Buffett lives in a relatively modest home. Midtown, north downtown and South Omaha are all undergoing renewal and redevelopment projects.


The Henry Doorly Zoo is a massive zoo with one of the top attractions in the state:

Fortunately, a transportation system (including a railroad and trams) can help you take in all the excitement.


Omaha offers many different shopping opportunities. In addition to large shopping centers, Omaha has a number of specialty stores, galleries, and antique shops.


The key word in describing Omaha's two most famous art establishments is "largest."

Also important to Omaha's vibrant cultural life are:


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