Commission vote: Clarinda-Page complex should keep landmark status

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  • Clarinda-Page complex

    The Clarinda building, which faces Farnam Street, underwent a major renovation in 2007. Its 16 units are now condominiums.

Posted: Wednesday, March 12, 2014 12:00 am | Updated: 4:54 pm, Tue Jul 1, 2014.

Historic preservationists, boosted by a public outcry that included a letter from Alexander Payne, won Round 1 in the battle over midtown Omaha’s Clarinda-Page apartment buildings.

The Omaha Landmarks Heritage Preservation Commission voted 5-1 Wednesday to deny a request to remove the buildings’ landmark designation.

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