Adopting your dog was a big decision and now he or she has become family. Looking for your next home is hard enough, but now you have to keep in mind about your four-legged children. When you’re looking for dog friendly apartments in Omaha, look no further than Midtown Crossing. We’re proud to be a dog-friendly community!
There’s nothing worse than your pets being confined to four walls all day without being able to let out some of that energy outdoors. Look for a route that is entertaining to both you and your pets. Midtown Crossing is connected to Turner Park – a seven-acre backyard which hosts nearly 150 events year-round. Sure, the summer months are great… but with the holiday season just around the corner, all of the Turner Park trees will be soon lit in white lights! 10/10.
Finding a new favorite restaurant is so much fun… until you realize that they don’t allow dogs on their patio. Look for a community where the neighboring retailers welcome pets.
You want to be where the other dogs and humans are, right? In Omaha, that place is Midtown Crossing. More than 30% of apartment residents share their space with a four-legged friend, so you’re guaranteed to meet other dogs and humans in the hallways and elevators, and out on your walks!
We’ve all been there… those days when you simply can’t get away from work and your poor pup is cooped up inside all day. *Cue the hourly pet cam checks.* Set-up on site, Counterparts Concierge can help pick up the slack in the dog-walking schedule! Heck, they’ll even deliver your take-out to you when you do get home so you have more time with your dog!
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