Neighborhood

1229 Millwork Ave
Omaha, NE 68102

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Parking Info

Free parking can be found in the following locations… 

  • Parking Lot North of HELLO Apartments
  • Parking Lot West of the Mastercraft building

Metered street parking can be found along…

  • Millwork Ave, 13th St, 12th St, and Nicholas Street
  • Be sure to download the City of Omaha’s Park Omaha app or pay at the purple kiosks.

These lots are also available to the public after 5 p.m. on weekdays and all day on weekends unless restricted for event parking.

We recommend parking in the West Lot if you are visiting the Mastercraft or Ashton and parking in the street parking locations if you are visiting a retail business in the Ashton. If visiting HELLO Apartments, park in the North Lot.

Neighborhood Highlights

History & Grit

Millwork Commons is rooted in a rich history that starts with the native prairie lands upon which it exists. From historic buildings that date back to the 1880s – when millworkers and furniture makers were the innovators of their time – to hard times of abandonment to its current revitalization, the Millwork community is now creating an era of its own.

Creativity & Art

Throughout the streets, corridors, spaces, and organizations that make up Millwork Commons, you will find art and artists creating. The arts bring vibrancy and curiosity to the neighborhood while providing opportunities to play, question, and even get a little messy.

Innovation & Tech

This is a place for entrepreneurs and startups to innovate and build upon new ideas across all fields. For innovation to exist you need an ecosystem that is rich of all backgrounds, disciplines, and perspectives. We are home to tech startups and non-profits who explore technology in their work whether that be robotics, augmented reality, artificial intelligence, software, or digital art.

Collaboration & Collisions

In a neighborhood full of people with diverse stories, creativity, and entrepreneurial spirit, innovation happens. In Millwork Commons, we encourage collaboration and create space for the innovators and creators of our time to meet up and regularly run into one another so they can think together, solve problems, and support each other’s work.