This is what a strong urban core looks like – a diverse neighborhood where restaurants and retail, community events and individual experiences radiate. An energetic embrace when you want to live loudly, a quiet escape when you don’t. We’re dinner conversation with friends and shopping you won’t find anywhere else. 16 acres of life’s little extras: activity, serenity, community.
Perfectly centered. East of expected.
Midtown Crossing is one of the first projects in the nation to achieve the prestigious Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certification under the U.S. Green Building Council’s pilot Neighborhood Development Certification program. It is the only project selected to participate in Nebraska or Iowa. LEED for Neighborhood Development recognizes projects that protect and enhance the overall health, natural environment and quality of life in their communities through:
• Smart location and transportation linkage.
• Environmental preservation.
• Compact, complete and connected neighborhoods.
• High-performance, green construction & technology.