Midtown Crossing

Omaha, Nebraska
Midtown Crossing is a $300 million redevelopment on the Mutual of Omaha campus and a nationally recognized award winning project.  This project transformed a neighborhood and corporate campus, creating a catalyst for future area growth. Lamp Rynearson was brought onboard at the project’s earliest stages by the developer, ECI Development Services, to work with the owner, Mutual of Omaha. Challenges of this unique project included working in and between two of Omaha’s busiest street corridors, Dodge and Farnam. Sewer separation, 100-plus year old utilities, aggressive schedules, and the site logistics involved with building a project of this size were some of the obstacles the Lamp Rynearson team overcame.  

Project Quick Facts

  • LEED for Neighborhood Development Pilot.
  • 1M square feet of mixed use – condos, apartments, retail, dining, recreation, and entertainment.
  • 15 acres of well-located midtown Omaha property.
  • 12 buildings demolished.
  • $6 M in public improvements.
  • Expanded and redesigned Turner Park which is now home to public concerts, a local Farmer’s Market, and other outdoor events.