Downtown, Midtown, and all parts east of 72nd.
I look forward to seeing this built but .... I don't know why the street lights are wrong for the area. They should match the Dundee style. The narrow double slotted windows look prison-ish to me, but it might just be the long angle.
I absolutely love it! Look at how the 'E' turns into the 'F' on the corner there. That is cool. What a neat, sharp-looking residential project. Great mix of materials & facades. I really like that wood strip look that is very popular right now.
"Crossroads Village" down the street from "Aksarben Village?" Does "Crossroads" have any meaning to people 20 and under? "Dodge At 72nd" is a type name I like better, drawing from the excitement of the iconic, special Omaha intersection. My $.02.
That looks better, though I still think they could throw in some more retail.
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After buying up more property along Dodge Street, developers are thinking big for Dundee Flats
recent acquisition of two more properties already has expanded the earlier site plan to nearly an acre on the south side of Dodge, east of 49th Street. Before, Sage had secured only the corner transmission shop and its neighbor to the east. The purchase of the converted house and its neighbor have raised what before was at least an $8 million project to a nearly $11 million, four-story project.
One neighbor, for instance, wanted to know why an earlier rendering did not include Dundee-style light posts. Moser commented that it was a good catch and would be handled.
If all goes as planned for Dundee Flats, demolition could begin next month
Coyote wrote:I ran into one of the managers for this project today and invited her to join the conversation, seems like they really want input about this project!
Like what kind of input?
15-17, 26, 32
MTO wrote:Coyote wrote:I ran into one of the managers for this project today and invited her to join the conversation, seems like they really want input about this project!
Like what kind of input?
Its great to see all the support the community is giving the developers of this project. I know they would appreciate any and all input from members of the community
Rendering is missing the large stop light on the corner and the fire plug where the people are standing. Hopefully they can take out the ugly "war of the worlds" street lamp as well and actually put in the style now shown in the rendering. Any of the former renderings would be nice but this one looks great.
MTO wrote:They pulled that tractor in and never used it, sorry I just assumed something was getting started.
I was going to say that I drove by around 2:30 this afternoon and didn't see any demo activity going on.
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