Gold Coast

Gold Coast

With its proximity to Midtown Crossing and UNMC, as well as it’s churches and historic neighborhoods, it remains an address to be proud of.

Listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1997, the Gold Coast area covers approximately 30 blocks in the midtown area of Omaha.  The district received its name for its concentration of homes built for the upper class between 1900 through the 1940’s.  With its wide lots showcasing elegant gardens, lawns, and houses, it was an address to be proud of during this period. 

During the early stages of development, the community was in the country so many homeowners were commuters to their downtown offices and retail operations.  A bonus for these commuters was that the trolley’s last westward stop was in the Gold Coast, only a short walk from their homes.

Today much of the area contains many beautiful stylish homes.  Some have been impeccably maintained, others have been converted to apartments and still others are being lovingly refurbished.  In other parts of the district more modest homes have been constructed and there are retail pockets along several corridors.

With its proximity to Midtown Crossing and UNMC, as well as it’s churches and historic neighborhoods, it remains an address to be proud of. 

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