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Riverfront Living

On the banks of the Missouri River, with sweeping views of Omaha, stands Riverfront Place. A full-service condominium development featuring spacious townhomes with roof decks, and two residential towers with oversized terraces, this truly is a home like no other. Living between the tranquil beauty of the gently flowing river and the vibrancy of downtown, the best of both worlds are at your doorstep.

Riverfront homes overlook the landmark Bob Kerrey Pedestrian Bridge, which spans the river and connects to 150 miles of trails for walking, running and biking. CenturyLink Center, famous for its concerts and Creighton Basketball, and TD Ameritrade Park, home to the College World Series, are just a short walk away. Plays, jazz and opera are always showing at the nearby Holland Performing Arts Center and Orpheum Theater. And the Old Market, with its steakhouses and breweries, wine bars and restaurants, and world class shopping is within walking distance of Riverfront Place.

If you choose to stay in, you can entertain friends at home, or on the rooftop deck and private owner’s lounge with catering kitchen, and enjoy the views. The ever changing beauty of the Missouri River and the resplendent lights of the skyline at night will be endlessly entertaining.

Here is how our residents view life at Riverfront Place:

“I think it’s really the location and the uniqueness that brings real value. You sit up here, and this isn’t like anything else.”

“We like the idea of not necessarily living right in the Old Market, but being close enough to downtown and everything. It was kind of the best of both worlds, being on the river.”

“You can imagine sitting at this table at night is just spectacular.”