The collection of neighborhoods in east central Omaha have come to be known as Omaha’s Midtown. Individually they are rich in history, home to notable historic figures and architecture, as well as the home to contemporary celebrity figures. Midtown seamlessly combines timelessness with modern flair.

Originally the front porch suburbs to Omaha’s downtown business district, many of these neighborhoods are anchored by distinct, thriving commercial or entertainment districts each entangled in a pseudo popularity contest. Walking distance to the coffee shop, the nearest brew pub, or the local church is often a priority to the typical home buyer seeking to move into these areas. As unique as they come, current residents would all agree, West Omaha is anything past 72nd St.


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Given the deep history of the area and the impact of architectural creativity at the time, homes can be everything from a raised ranch to a stately brick tudor. Here you will find homes built at the turn of the 20th century through the 1950s.  Where a 2x4 actually measures two inches by four inches.  Home sizes, styles, and values change block to block.  Attorneys and doctors live next to the plumbers and teachers weaving the ideal social fabric for classic Americana.  Space can be at a premium and a 3-car garage is almost unheard of.  Hardwood floors are a standard but are often accompanied with single pane windows.  Current residents of these wonderful homes understand a weekend is for house projects and never ending labor of love.

From Neighborhood to Community

This is a tightly knit community offering fantastic homes that reflect the pursuit of architecture during prime development years, plenty of outdoor recreation, and community activities to help residents maintain a strong sense of belonging. With Memorial Park and Hanscom Park, Field Club country club, there is no lack of ways to get out, meet your neighbors, and enjoy everything Midtown has to offer.

Recreation and Health

Memorial Park is a 67-acre park with an historic monument to honor men and women of the armed forces who were killed or missing during service in World War II, Korea and Vietnam. Here you’ll find a playground, walking paths, a ballfield, and floral gardens. Each year around the July 4 holiday, Memorial Park becomes one of the city’s largest concert venues, hosting musical acts like The Supremes, REO Speedwagon, and Huey Lewis & the News, just to name a few, with fireworks following the show.

Hanscom Park, is a public park that offers an abundance of green space, a swimming pool with a children’s play area, walking paths, a tennis center, and has a bonus Bark Park, making it dog-friendly.

Neighboring Field Club, also an historic district of Omaha, broadens the community and recreational offerings with the Field Club of Omaha Golf & Country Club. Field Club is the oldest country club west of the Mississippi River, offering a stunning 18-hole golf course, swimming pool, fitness center, and club house. The amenities are some of the finest offered in the area.

Excellent medical care is available to residents across the Midtown area with easy access to Immanuel Hospital, the University of Nebraska Medical Center, and Children’s Hospital.


Midtown Omaha is located within the Omaha Public Schools district. Omaha Public Schools create an environment of learning, diversity, and great understanding of the value of education. The district has created highly coveted magnet schools that focus on wide-ranging subject matter such as science, technology, engineering, communications, math, performing arts, and many more. The district’s offerings are rounded out by a top notch athletics program. Creighton University, University of Nebraska-Omaha, and Grace University are all easily accessible making it a great location for any stage of education or life.