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City Information

Omaha is conveniently located in the heart of the Midwest. With over 30% of its population identifying as young, single and professional, Omaha is the perfect corporate travel destination. Here are some of the most popular areas to visit:

Downtown Omaha, where you’ll find several popular areas including the Old Market Historic District, a mix of boutique shops, offices and loft residential units. Downtown is the perfect residential location if you are a fan of amazing waterfront views.

City Center hosts a wealth of brand new apartments and high rises. The population here is made up of mostly young, educated professionals on a fast professional track. Here you’ll also find trendy eateries and shops.

Lane is the area of the city known for its “urban sophisticate” residents. This area is perfect for the executive type and the social and artistic crowd. Here you’ll find a wealth of museums, theaters and fine dining.

For a great night out, head over to Old Town, where you’ll find the best nightlife and music the city has to offer. When in town, check out the Slowdown and The Waiting Room.

Top Employers
Some of Omaha’s top employers include Tyson Foods, Inc., Offutt Force Base, University of Nebraska, First Data Corp, Union Pacific, PayPal and Oriental Trading, among others.

Local Attractions
You’ll never run out of things to do in Omaha, Nebraska. Be sure to check out the ever-changing, but always impressive art exhibitions at the Bemis Center for Contemporary Art, where you’ll find a mix of both new and seasoned artists’ work. Right across the street, KANEKO hosts amazing performances in a very unique way.

The Old Market Entertainment District hosts a wealth of eclectic pubs, street artists, musicians, and carriage rides. Also nearby, Love’s Jazz and Arts Center features guided tours, gallery talks, and interactive storytelling all dedicated to preserving African American music history.


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