A new development in North Omaha brings affordable housing to an area in need, the former Mister C's site, which was on the property for 55 years.
Friday, 30 Metro held a ribbon cutting, unveiling the $20 million facility that has 110 affordable apartment at 30th and Fort. The first floor of the building, which is right across from Metro Community College, has a retail space and a health clinic and hopes to filled a need.
"Metro Community College has put $90 million to address that work force, what are the supportive services, what are we doing to support that," Arun Argawal, the CEO of the White Lotus Group, said.
The answer to that question, according to Argawal, is affordable housing. A two bedroom apartment will cost less than $800 a month.