For informations sake the wedge on the 1912 building is coming off, possibly already off.
Also bike corral is installed.http://www.omaha.com/article/20131113/LIVEWELL02/131119607/1685#on-track-to-be-more-bike-friendly-benson-gets-omaha-s-first-bike-corral
The corral, made up of several bike racks, is an on-street parking option for cyclists. It's part of local bike enthusiasts' efforts to make Benson more bike-friendly.
There are plans to install more bike racks near popular destinations in Benson, and soon the area will house a self-serve bike repair station for minor adjustments. Several area businesses even offer discounts to cyclists to promote biking.
Carlos Morales, the bicycle and pedestrian coordinator for the city, called the bike corral a pilot program.
“Let's try it out, see how it works,” he said. “If it works and we can implement it citywide, we will.”
The corral houses 12 bikes comfortably and took the place of one parking stall in front of Sarah Johnson's Omaha Bicycle Co. The corral is marked with reflective tape to boost visibility. Two streets signs surrounding the corral designate the area as bike parking.
Bike corrals are already popular in New York City, Chicago and Portland. Bicycle parking options will continue to expand in Benson. The city hopes to install eight more bike racks by the end of the year in the neighborhood, which is considered a “high-demand” location, said Morales, the bicycle and pedestrian coordinator. There are currently 25 individual bike racks near 11 Benson businesses.
A shot of the corral from Omaha Bicycle Co's fb page.