Regency (Omaha)

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Regency is a neighborhood in Omaha, Nebraska. Bound by West Dodge Road, South 96th Street, Pacific Street and Interstate 680, the development was the first major real estate development funded by Mutual of Omaha.[1]

Regency is home to a premier office park and the upscale One Pacific Place shopping area, and borders the Westroads Mall. The neighborhood features green space, walking paths along with the Regency Park and Regency Lake and Tennis Club. The neighborhood is also bounded by Omaha's Cancer Survivor's Park.[2][3]

The neighborhood is home to many of Omaha's wealthy citizens, including Vinod Gupta, the founder of InfoUSA. Consequently the neighborhood has been home to a variety of political campaigning in the past.[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Mutual plans condos, shops around larger Turner Park", Destination Midtown. Retrieved 1/28/08.
  2. ^ "Sites", Greater Omaha Chamber of Commerce. Retrieved 1/25/08.
  3. ^ "Regency Place Game", Omaha By Design. Retrieved 1/25/08.
  4. ^ "Clinton to attend fund-raiser in Nebraska", The Independent. Retrieved 1/25/08.

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Coordinates: 41°15′35″N 96°04′17″W / 41.25972°N 96.07139°W / 41.25972; -96.07139 (Regency)