OMAHA, Neb. (KMTV) — The first phase of the old Conagra campus' $500 million redevelopment will feature apartments, restaurants and retail.
What is proposed is a 375-unit apartment complex, two restaurants from Flagship, 42,000 square feet of retail spice and a parking garage featuring 720 stalls, according to our partners at the Omaha World-Herald. The price tag for the first part of the development is $105 million.
There will also be changes to the streets in the area. Following the demolition of the Conagra building near 10th and Farnam, there will be a plaza extending Harney from 10th Street to 8th Street.
“Conagra is excited to be located right next to this incredible, multi-use development that will be a terrific addition to Omaha,” Conagra spokes person Maddie Simon told the World-Herald. “A vibrant downtown is a tremendous asset for the area and our 1,200 employees who continue to work in the buildings that have been renovated.”
This project is separate from the
$290 million plan to improve the Gene Leahy Mall.