MCC at The Mastercraft, 1111 N. 13th St.
The Mastercraft Building is located in the heart of Millwork Commons, a collaborative office and residential community designed to inspire. Once a bustling furniture factory, the Mastercraft building has been reimagined as office and community space for more than 50 startups, nonprofit organizations, creatives and other entrepreneurial businesses. With ample parking and close proximity to TD Ameritrade Park, CHI Health Center and Omaha’s downtown arts, music and events districts, the Mastercraft is a place people come together to work, collaborate and connect.
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ABOUT THE MILLWORK COMMONS NEIGHBORHOOD
As it builds on the energy and momentum of Downtown Omaha, Millwork Commons is set to become one of the city’s most vibrant neighborhoods, blending the authenticity of the city’s industrial roots with the vitality of today’s innovators and creators.
With over 60 companies and nonprofit organizations located in the repurposed Mastercraft Building, and Nebraska’s fastest growing company, Flywheel, moving to the historic Ashton building, Millwork Commons is a hub for tech, art, design, and community growth. The neighborhood will also include a variety of housing options as well as distinctive businesses such as coffee shops, a brewery, a dessert shop, wine bar, dining, and services. A long term goal for Millwork Commons is to strengthen Omaha’s urban core and help define the city as a culturally vibrant and inclusive place. Public art and dynamic public spaces will be essential components of the community. The development of Millwork Commons is led by Paul and Annette Smith of Black Dog Management, an investment firm focused on strategic partnerships in real estate and property investments in Omaha’s urban core with a belief in making inspiring places to live, work, connect, explore, and unwind. We are passionate about creating an inclusive community. We believe diversity drives innovation and better solutions so we are building a culture where differences, multiple approaches, and points of view are encouraged, supported, and valued. We embrace diversity and partner with organizations and individuals who do the same.
In 2020, we formed an Advisory Council of business and community leaders who are as passionate about making Omaha an even better city as we are. Our advisors have expertise across industries, community needs, and our neighborhood. They provide the Millwork Commons team with diverse perspectives and guidance, especially on major initiatives and long-term strategy. Visit millworkcommons.com for more information.