She.la, a women's and children's clothing boutique that operated out of Countryside Village for 18 years and mostly recently was in Sterling Ridge, plans to shut down.
The Renaissance Nebraska Project grant goes to Builders of the Future program, which trains young people in construction trades.
Developer Dreamvesting Capital Group has assembled four lots in "poor" condition and hopes to replace them with a three-story structure containing for-sale residences.
Union Bank & Trust will occupy the lobby and other space on the first and fifth floors. Lincoln-based Nelnet plans to rent two floors.