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Apartments for Rent in Omaha, NE

$799+
1 to 3 beds
$670+
Studio to 3 beds
$680+
1 to 2 beds
$720+
1 to 2 beds
$735+
1 to 3 beds
$529+
Studio to 2 beds
$995+
1 to 2 beds
$1,000+
1 to 3 beds
$899+
1 to 2 beds

The Bank

Omaha, NE 68102

Apartments For Rent

$790+
1 to 2 beds
$669+
1 to 2 beds

West Haven

Omaha, NE 68154

Apartments For Rent

$655+
1 to 2 beds
$640+
1 to 2 beds

Torrey Pines

Omaha, NE 68116

Apartments For Rent

$794+
1 to 2 beds
$649+
Studio to 2 beds

Jones 13

Omaha, NE 68102

Apartments For Rent

$739+
Studio to 2 beds

L15 Lofts

Omaha, NE 68108

Apartments For Rent

$789+
1 to 2 beds
$830+
1 to 2 beds

Grand Legacy

Omaha, NE 68130

Apartments For Rent

$839+
1 to 3 beds

Highline

Omaha, NE 68102

Apartments For Rent

$875+
1 to 2 beds

About Omaha

Thinking about moving to Omaha? Here’s what you need to know.

Omaha has been known as the “Gateway of the West” since the pioneer period of the 18th century, and still feels like a transitional point from the Midwest to the West Coast. A strong sense of pride in Midwestern hospitality makes it an inviting place to settle down. The largest city in Nebraska, Omaha boasts a population of nearly 435,000 residents.

Who’s There?

Omaha prides itself on its high percentage of Fortune 500 companies. Berkshire Hathaway, ConAgra Foods, Union Pacific, Peter Kiewit Sons’ and Mutual of Omaha—collectively called the “fab five”—bring top talent to the region and add to the quality of life with an active presence in the community. Despite its large population, Omaha has a small-town vibe and something for residents at every stage of life. Creighton University and the University of Nebraska at Omaha have campuses within the city, providing a youthful presence that can be caught at music venues such as Slowdown.

What’s Around Omaha?

The Missouri River provides a natural border between Nebraska and Iowa, though the Bob Kerrey Pedestrian Bridge allows walkers and runners to straddle the state line, all while taking in views of the skyline. The Old Market and South Omaha districts lie along the river, housing many of the historic markers in the city. Further west, Aksarben Village and Village Pointe offer new shopping and entertainment centers. The downtown area is walkable, and the Omaha Metro bus system provides several stops and schedules, but most residents rely on cars to get around.

What Do You Do In Omaha?

Between the region’s five lakes and two rivers, outdoors lovers find plenty do to, including boating, fishing, kayaking and hiking. Omaha is also home to the Henry Doorly Zoo, one of the most lauded zoos in the world, housing both the world’s largest indoor desert and the country’s largest indoor rainforest. Dozens of art galleries in the city complement the variety of fine art exhibits at the Joslyn Art Museum. Film Streams’ Ruth Sokolof Theater regularly airs first-run independent and foreign films, while nearby Love’s Jazz and Arts Center is committed to preserving and furthering Omaha’s rich musical history.



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Facts and Demographics

Square Miles116 square miles
Population Density3,535 people per square mile
Total Population409k people
Per-capita Income$26,842
Median Household Income$46,978
Median Age33 years old
Percent Renters35%

Median Rent is
$611
or 29% of monthly income.