Architects In Omaha

Architects in Omaha

Steven Ginn Architects is proud to be based in Omaha. It is a fresh, dynamic city, fusing the superlative in Midwestern hospitality with the energy of a metropolis. It has a small town feel with lots of places to go. Omaha has weathered the economic downturn very well, has a low unemployment rate and it’s cheap to live there. It is a safe town with friendly, down-to-earth people — just great for raising kids. There are an incredible number of historic, yet affordable neighborhoods for a city its size, which is wonderful for families. The Old Market area is Omaha’s most historic (and entertaining) neighborhood with cobblestone streets, home to a plethora of galleries, restaurants, and taverns. There continues to be improvements to downtown/midtown, with an abundance of warehouse lofts downtown, perfect for singles and couples.

Celebrating Nature and Design

Omaha’s Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium is nationally renowned and Zoo has welcomed more than 25 million visitors over the past 40 years. It features the largest cat complex in North America; “Kingdoms of the Night” is the world’s largest nocturnal exhibit and indoor swamp; the Lied Jungle is one of the world’s largest indoor rainforests, and the “Desert Dome” is the world’s largest indoor desert, as well as the largest glazed geodesic dome in the world.

Beautiful City of Lincoln, NE

The City of Lincoln is the capital and the second-most populous city of the State of Nebraska, right after Omaha. Named after Abraham Lincoln, this state capital is a great place for children, history buffs and outdoor enthusiasts. Kids will love the Folsom Children’s Zoo & Botanical Gardens, where they can circle the zoo in a miniature train and see over 300 animals living among spectacular gardens. Lincoln has a bevy of beautiful parks, the largest of which is Wilderness Park, where hiking, biking and equestrian trails will keep locals and tourists on the move for hours.

Charming Council Bluffs, IA

Council Bluffs is a charming town founded just 10 years prior to Omaha. The city is in Iowa, and is on the east bank of the Missouri River – right across from Omaha. The liberalization of Iowa gambling laws was followed by the opening of The Bluffs Run Greyhound Park in 1986. By 2005 Council Bluffs was the 19th largest casino market in the United States, with revenue equaling nearly $434 million. Casinos include Ameristar Casino Hotel Council Bluffs, Harrah’s Council Bluffs, and the Horseshoe Council Bluffs.