Renowned for its cultural influences, including the historic location of Omaha's Greek, Russian, Polish and Czech immigrant communities, as well as the city's current growing Latino community, including Mexicans.
The Vanous Block, built in 1892, is a three-story contributing property for the district that was originally a warehouse. A 1992 rehabilitation converted it into a commercial and rental residential space. The Stockman Publishing Company building is a two-story building constructed in 1890 that was converted to office and residential space in 1992. The Brandes Block is a three-story brick building that was built in 1889. The building was converted to a mixed commercial and rental residential use in 1991. The Roseland Theater, built in the 1920s, was a theater through the mid-1980s. In 1991 the building was converted into commercial and rental residential use. The Commercial Building is a one-story brick building that was originally a livestock supply dealership. The building was converted to retail and warehouse space in 1994.