Readers’ Choice 2010 Best Condo Development

Readers’ Choice Best of the Big O: Midtown Crossing

Best Condo Development Whether it be young professionals enjoying the nightlife options or empty-nesters sick of yard-work and ready for a more metropolitan living experience, Midtown Crossing Condominiums is a prime option for urban condo living. Located at 200 S. 31st Ave., these condos are integral to the new Midtown Crossing development, augmenting the restaurants, shops and movie theater with top-shelf residences. Midtown Crossing sets itself apart by offering access to a host of city options and by providing sweeping views of Turner Park and the downtown skyline, as well as plenty of green space for those who enjoy outside recreation. Located an easy driving distance from local hot nightspots like The Old Market, Dundee and Benson, Midtown Crossing offers a variety of one, two and three-bedroom floor plan options ranging from $169,900 to $531,900. The development prides itself on luxury units; amenities include wood floors, stainless steel appliances, granite countertops, a controlled access lobby with concierge services, private access climate controlled parking with elevator service to each floor, a 9th floor resident social Club Room with a kitchen, outdoor grilling, a rooftop veranda, pool table and a projection room with three 50” plasma screens, secured storage rooms and optional bicycle storage. Most of the units have balconies with gas grill hookups; fireplaces are available. The Midtown Crossing development is anchored by the newly renovated Turner Park, featuring more than seven acres of green space and 574 new trees, 3,042 shrubs and over 35,000 flower bulbs for visual appeal. Residents can enjoy the park’s many offerings, including an upscale outdoor market in the warmer months and free concerts, along with ample room for picnics, jogging, and just plain old enjoying the outdoors. Midtown Crossing is one of the first projects in the nation to be nominated for Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certification. The distinction was bestowed upon the development in an effort to recognize smart transportation linkage and location, environmental preservation, compact, complete and connected neighborhoods and high-performance green construction and technology. “I think our uniqueness is unprecedented,” says Molly Skold, PR Director at East Campus Realty, the Mutual of Omaha subsidiary who owns and is developing the facility. “It’s Omaha’s boldest development. And I also think people appreciate bringing something back to midtown. The whole project is unique and captivating as a whole. People really like the idea of living in an urban setting, it’s exciting.”

posted at 10:38 pm
on Wednesday, November 17th, 2010

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