So, you’re trading the big house (with all those chores!) for the maintenance-free condo life, and you’re worried about what happens when family and friends come to visit. Allow us to explain…
1. Guests enjoy covered parking. Garage parking is conveniently located just steps from your condo building and guests can enjoy three hours of free parking with retailer validation. Otherwise, it’s just $1 per hour.
2. Consider the condo club room an extension of your living space. Available exclusively to condo home owners, the club room offers a large indoor gathering space and rooftop patio with unparalleled views of downtown Omaha. The space may be reserved for private events or enjoyed community-style with other homeowners.
Insider tip: During Turner Park’s biggest summer events, you’ll often find home owners and friends gathered on the rooftop patio – otherwise known as the best seats in the house!
3. Meet up at your favorite Midtown Crossing restaurant. Leave the cooking to the professionals and then continue the conversation – and fun – in your condo! The dinner possibilities are endless – from burgers to Mexican food; and vegan to farm-to-table. The best part?They’re all just an elevator ride and a few steps away!
4. Overnight visitors have a space of their own. Adjacent to your condo home, the Element Hotel frequently plays hosts to overnights guests, including families around the holidays. Not only do your guests get space of their own, so do you!
...Entertaining is so enjoyable for you (and your guests!), don’t be surprised when they want to visit more often! In fact, we’ve had several people opt to purchase a condo of their own after visiting friends.
Conveniently located in the heart of midtown Omaha and surrounded by amenities, you’ll love where you live when you #LiveMidtown!
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