nebugeater wrote:Then don't update them.
yeah, probably better off anyways
Brad wrote:a lot of the breweries that have tasting rooms like Luckey Bucket, its in an industrial space, but they have a retail portion.
Brad wrote:Omaha_corn_burner wrote:Brad wrote:I like Over Easy, just wish they had a closer location.
Closer to what?
The middle part of Omaha.
iamjacobm wrote:the apartments are currently being moved into 60 rented out already.
Mr.Nuke wrote:Q4 2016 PDEW
nativeomahan wrote:My buddy paid over $6000 a month for a 2 BR in NYC.
daveoma wrote:Or maybe it's popular to support a technology that won't destroy the planet, so we can watch Omaha grow for a few more years.
Omaha Cowboy wrote:daveoma wrote:NovakOmaha wrote:Omaha Cowboy wrote:3) There is only a 75-77 PDEW. Southwest is foolish to fly a 137 passenger jet. 60 empty seats on average.
What's PDEW? .
PDEW = Passengers Daily Each Way...
cafereef wrote:Some of my favorite places in Omaha for Mexican food in west Omaha include Maximos Cantina (favorite restaurant), R Taco (fast casual), and Hectors to name a few. I am not a huge fan of La Mesa or Fuzzy Taco and really hate Tacoville.
nebraska wrote:Omaha_corn_burner wrote:Why would they? They have their own lot.
That picture was cropped just enough to not verify Slate's future. But to me, it seems like the building goes to the end of the block.
nebraska wrote:So, is Slate Architecture moving then?
buildomaha wrote:This is just gonna be a huge headache to get from Bennington to work off 168 and Dodge.