Condo living is a great option at any age, but for seniors in particular, a couple advantages come to mind:
Because of the nature of condominiums being in a high-rise building, there is no need for homeowners’ insurance to cover a roof or basement.
With more than 40 neighborhood retailers, 150 events throughout the course of the year and seven-acre Turner Park, there’s no shortage of things to do in this eclectic, urban neighborhood. Some homeowners have a daily ritual – a coffee to-go at Culprit Café, a workout at The Athletic Club, a long afternoon walk with Buster in Turner Park and grocery shopping for an evening meal at Wohlner’s. Not only that, you’re guaranteed the best seats in the house during Turner Park events with the homeowner-exclusive 9th floor Condo Club Room.
The most common thing we hear is “I wish we would have done this years ago!” It’s truly a community of convenience. You can find lovely granite countertop kitchens and floor-to-ceiling windows anywhere, but what Midtown Crossing condos offer is the lifestyle piece. The fact that you can pick up your dry cleaning, meet a friend for lunch, walk the dog and enjoy a live concert from your balcony – that’s what makes Midtown Crossing condo living so desirable.
Head to our website: MidtownCrossing.com/Condos – and call or email to schedule your tour and learn why we’re celebrating 10 years of successful condo sales with 80% sold!
Read on for more information about current Midtown Crossing retailer offerings.
September 30, 2020
Did you know? Omaha’s newest dog park is just steps from Midtown Crossing! Yet another great amenity in the neighborhood, Dewey Dog Park...
September 22, 2020
Ahh, Turner Park. Seven acres of tranquility in the heart of midtown. Often referred to as Omaha’s Central Park. Home to 150 lively events per year.
September 11, 2020
Now in its 24th year, The Readers' Choice Best of the Big O! Awards were recently announced with 14 awards...
August 13, 2020
Vanita Lund began her real estate career in the condominium sales office in 2009 while Midtown Crossing was still under construction...