Livestock Commons apartments ready for elderly residents

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Posted: Thursday, March 7, 2013 12:00 am

An apartment complex for the elderly has emerged on the former site of cattle chutes and the world’s largest livestock market.

The public is invited to tour the Livestock Commons homes at 4920 S. 30th St. during a 10 a.m. open house Saturday, March 9.

Included in the four-story complex are 32 new one- and two-bedroom apartments with open kitchens, accessible features and big bathrooms. Enclosed parking, an on-site pharmacy and a OneWorld Community Health Centers clinic are among amenities of the facility built near the historic South Omaha Livestock Exchange Building.

The Livestock Commons becomes part of the 10,000 apartments and 3.3 million square feet of retail and office space managed by Seldin Company of Omaha. The apartment complex is owned by OneWorld Community Health Centers.

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