Omaha’s Historic Streetcar System

The Historic Streetcar System Intensive Level Survey identified development patterns that occurred as the streetcar network expanded throughout Omaha between 1868 and 1955. Commercial clusters in these areas are closely associated with walkable, pedestrian oriented neighborhoods, a goalĀ of many modern urban redevelopment projects. As the neighborhoods in the older sections of Omaha continue to evolve, the underlying pattern of development that many were founded upon may erode, leaving the defining character of many historic areas under direct threat and vulnerable to loss. This study allows planners, preservationists and residents to better understand what exists in Omaha and how walkable, historic neighborhood commercial centers can be supported in future growth and development.

Omaha’s Historic Streetcar Report

Annual Reports

Restoration Exchange Omaha is dedicated to the preservation and restoration of older homes, buildings, neighborhoods and places in the Omaha/Council Bluffs metro through education, advocacy and action. Founded in 2013, we are architects, historians, conservators, and preservation/restoration professionals and enthusiasts.

2016-2017 Annual Report

2015-16 Annual Report

2014-2015 Annual Report

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