314 Units, constructed in 1998
Steeplechase construction features wood frame on concrete slab foundations. The garden buildings have a mixture of brick veneer and Hardiplank siding. The exterior was fully repainted in 2005.
All apartments include walk-in closets, gas fireplace, ceiling fans, 9-ft. ceilings including vaulted living room ceilings in top floor units, crown molding, alarm system, private patio/deck and full-size washers/dryers. Kitchens include a microwave and a 20 cubic-foot side-by-side refrigerator with ice-maker. Additionally, garden tubs, dressing areas and garages with remote entry can be found with select units. Community amenities include a fitness and free-weight center, swimming pool, playground and a picnic area with gas grills. The clubhouse features a lobby, lounge area, business center, leasing and business offices, and conference rooms.
Omaha is a modern metropolis with a MSA population of 830,000. The railroad and food industries are still a driving force in the local economy with the presence of the headquarters of ConAgra and Union Pacific; however the economy has also diversified to include finance, insurance, healthcare, education and military with such famous names as Warren Buffet’s Berkshire Hathaway being based in Omaha. Over the past several years, Omaha has experienced dynamic growth with over $2 billion invested to transform the downtown area into a vibrant, 24/7 area with new riverfront activities, world-class shopping, fine dining, sporting events, museums, performing arts and an award-winning zoo.
Omaha has a vibrant, well-diversified and stable economy. Major economic sectors include food production, railroad transportation, insurance healthcare and military, due to the presence of Offutt Air Force Base. Omaha is home to over 20,900 businesses including five Fortune 500 companies (ConAgra, Peter Kiewit Sons, Berkshire Hathaway, Union Pacific and Mutual of Omaha) and seven Fortune 1,000 companies. Additionally, more than 30 other Fortune 500 companies have manufacturing plants in the metropolitan area. Omaha is also home to over 30 insurance companies.