Frequently Asked Questions
What is Midtown Crossing?
Midtown Crossing brings walkability, affordability and convenience together in one energetic, urban destination. The mixed-use neighborhood located in midtown Omaha encompasses more than 225,000-square-feet of dynamic restaurant and retail space, 297 luxury condominiums, 196 apartment units and Turner Park, Omaha’s centerpiece green space and Omaha’s preferred destination for outdoor gatherings, hosts an extensive calendar of free community events each year – concerts, festivals, pop-ups and free work-out classes.
Where is Midtown Crossing located?
Midtown Crossing is conveniently located in midtown Omaha – bordered by Dodge Street on the north, Turner Blvd. on the east, Harney Street on the south and 33rd Street on the west. (Enter 31st Avenue & Farnam St. on your GPS). Midtown Crossing is just minutes from downtown Omaha, Eppley Airfield, Interstate 480.
What was the catalyst for the creation of Midtown Crossing?
Midtown Crossing was the first major project tied to Destination Midtown, an initiative of the Greater Omaha Chamber focused on transforming historic Midtown into a premier urban environment where people want to live, work, shop and play. At our core, it’s always been about community.
True to that aim, Midtown Crossing is fueling Midtown momentum through our vibrant blend of restaurants, retail and engaging community events as well as our support of Midtown Vision 2050, a strategy that reflects the extraordinary potential of midtown Omaha and guides its growth into a dynamic, transit-oriented urban community.
Beyond our 16-acres, widespread revitalization is quickly taking hold. Local developers have been buying and repositioning rundown apartments and other properties in the midtown neighborhood.
Thanks to the efforts and optimism of many, our midtown neighborhoods, including the nearby Blackstone District, are more vibrant and more secure. There is pride in homeownership, properties are being maintained, and absentee landlords are being bought out.
How has Midtown Crossing been recognized?
Since opening in 2010, Midtown Crossing has achieved local and international acclaim: Americas Property Awards winner (2011), Downtown Omaha Inc. Visionary Award winner (2011), Keep Omaha Beautiful Beautification Award winner (2014), LEED certification under the U.S. Green Building Council’s pilot Neighborhood Development Certification program, and steady growth. Midtown Crossing is home to a vibrant mix of 30+ restaurants, retailers and service providers, and a host of free community events.
Who are Midtown Crossing's current retail tenants?
For a complete and up-to-date list of our diverse blend of retailers, please visit our directory. Anchor tenants include: Alamo Drafthouse Cinema, Element Omaha – Midtown Crossing, Genesis Health Clubs and Wohlner’s Grocery & Deli. Click here for directory map.
Where can I find a complete calendar of events?
Midtown Crossing encourages connectedness and community with our slate of community events in beautiful Turner Park. The setting is spacious. The air is fresh. The community feel is vibrant. And, the admission – and the memories – are free of charge. Click here for a calendar of events.
Can I plan an event in Turner Park?
Yes, Turner Park is available for public events, pending availability and approval. Click here for more information.
Is garage parking available?
Midtown Crossing offers 3-hour free parking with retailer validation in two neighborhood parking garages. They’re easily accessible from 33rd, Farnam and Harney Streets. In both garages, the first three hours are free with validation, and visitors pay only $1 for each hour thereafter (with a maximum fee of $10 per 24-hour period).
For safety reasons, Midtown Crossing does not allow moped and/or motorcycle parking in either of the two parking garages. Riders should utilize the city surface stalls for parking.
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How do I get my parking ticket validated?
Customers who patronize any of the retail locations at Midtown Crossing can receive the three-hour validation with any purchase. Show your parking garage ticket and an associate will take care of you.
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What about on-street, metered parking?
Ample metered parking is available along Farnam Street and within Turner Park, accessible from 31st Avenue. Metered parking is short-term (max. 2 hours) and is monitored Monday through Saturday from 9 am – 9 pm. Holidays and Sundays are free! Use your smartphone to pay for parking at any meter, with the ParkOmaha app.
Is Midtown Crossing pet friendly?
Most definitely! Midtown Crossing is considered one of the most dog-friendly Omaha neighborhoods. Click here to learn more about dogs at Midtown Crossing.
Is there an ATM on property?
You’ll find an ATM located on 32nd and Farnam Court next to Pa Mas Taqueria & Grill.
Is Midtown Crossing handicap accessible?
Yes. Midtown Crossing, including all common areas, retail spaces, buildings, parking ramps, sidewalks, streets, crosswalks, and park areas, has been designed to be in compliance with local, state, and federal ADA accessibility requirements and building codes.
Can I rent a bike or rack my bike at Midtown Crossing?
Numerous bike racks are located throughout Midtown Crossing and are available for guests. Please bring your own chain and lock to secure your bike. In addition to the standard bike racks, there is a Heartland B-cycle B-Station at the corner of 32nd and Farnam to rent bikes.
Is Midtown Crossing served by public transportation?
Yes. Click here for current Metro route and schedule information. Click here for current ORBT route and schedule information.
Is Midtown Crossing eco-friendly?
Midtown Crossing is one of the first projects in the nation to achieve the prestigious Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certification under the U.S. Green Building Council’s pilot Neighborhood Development Certification program. It is the only project selected to participate in Nebraska or Iowa. LEED for Neighborhood Development recognizes projects that protect and enhance the overall health, natural environment and quality of life in their communities through smart location and transportation linkage; environmental preservation; compact, complete and connected neighborhoods; and high-performance, green construction & technology.
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