• 280 Planned units of mixed-income housing, including a mix of apartments, townhomes, and single-family -- both for sale and for rent. Nearly 300 residents currently live on-site, and plans are underway to break ground on a 60 unit senior housing development in 2019.
  • 168 Children ages six weeks to four years will be served in the Kennedy Early Learning Center scheduled to open in 2019. This 50,000-square-foot center will be next door to Howard Kennedy Elementary school, a central partner in the revitalization project. Seventy Five North Revitalization Corp. has a Community Partnership Agreement with Omaha Public Schools to strengthen Howard Kennedy Elementary school and keep the continuum of high quality very intensive focused learning in the neighborhood.
  • 65,000 Square feet of space serves as a Community Accelerator, currently housing nearly a dozen businesses that represent a variety of cultural, educational, and entrepreneurial programming and businesses. Future plans include rental venue space, a family wellness center, food court and a technology lab/community meeting room.

The Next Phase of the Highlander Neighborhood

Our goal is to break a cycle of intergenerational poverty and community deterioration by building thriving schools, recreational facilities, and other amenities to attract new public and private investment to the area. We believe the Highlander neighborhood can, will – and must – flourish.

CHILDREN LEARN.
FAMILIES ARE HEALTHY.
COMMUNITIES THRIVE.

A single-mindedness of mission is critical to redevelopment efforts in North Omaha, and Seventy Five North Revitalization Corp. was created to provide the leadership necessary to reverse the fortunes in the Highlander community. Comprised of local leaders, developers, and community members, Seventy Five North Revitalization Corp. is committed to making a difference, breaking new ground, and building a healthier community for all.

Committed to
Revitalization

The 2009 demolition of the Pleasantview Homes public housing project created a unique opportunity for an enormously positive community revitalization program.

Deteriorating neighborhoods around Pleasantview Homes left wide swaths of vacant space and condemned homes, opening a door for land acquisition and redevelopment

Long standing community stakeholders have been working in this community for years, providing ideal partners in the Seventy Five North Revitalization Corp. vision.