Originally announced to the neighborhood in February of 2019 by Garrison companies, 46 Dodge was to include 278 apartment units on five floors above a three-story parking garage. The new development would have required clearing eight aging structures on a 1.4-acre spot southwest of 46th and Dodge Streets.
In November 2021, Community Health Development Partners (CHDP) announced a plan for a 25-acre health and wellness campus called The Intersections. The development’s now-defunct website described it as “a place where opportunity, fun, and wellness come together for everyone.”
In 2001, a lone business submitted a plan to the City of Omaha to open a restaurant at Lewis and Clark Landing on the Missouri riverfront downtown. Rick’s Cafe Boatyard, under the ownership of Rick Albrecht, opened in November 2002. The city retained ownership of the redeveloped ASARCO lead refinery site at 325 Riverfront Drive, signing a comprehensive 30-year agreement to lease the property to the restaurateur.
The mission of the Tenth Street Market was to offer fresh, healthy food from locally owned and operated businesses to an economically diverse crowd, with vendors required to accept public benefits, including food stamps.
North Omaha is a community that has been subject to systemic disinvestment and decline for decades. The development and activation of the North Omaha Trail represent the kind of investment that is needed in this community.
Where we grow up matters. Our childhood neighborhood plays a significant role in setting our course in life by determining the quality of our schools, housing, relationships, institutions, and play