Omaha Mayor Says Crossroads Development Does Not Sit Quietly

It may not seem like it from a vehicle flying by on Dodge or Cass Streets, but Omaha Mayor Jean Stothert says work continues on the Crossroads redevelopment.

"The most important thing is that they are not behind on their installation schedule to get the vast majority of the sewer and internal streets completed by the end of the year," the Mayor said in an interview with Gary Sadlemyer on Newsradio 1110 KFAB.

Stothert says, "There are no storm clouds on the horizon." Concerning the development on the former shopping center land at 72nd and Dodge, and she says, "Such infrastructure work is always incredibly time consuming."

The development has grown larger than when it originally started, with a couple of additional deals being finalized impacting infrastructure.

Jean Stothert was interviewed by Gary Sadlemyer on Newsradio 1110 KFAB.

Graphic rendering from The Crossroads developer KJ Crossroads Venture, LLC

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