NRHP: Georgia Row House

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Georgia Row House

Georgia Row House

NRHP Reference #: 82000603

NRHP Listing Date: 19821112


1040-1044 S 29th, Omaha, Douglas County, Nebraska

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The Georgia Row House is a fine and well-preserved example of the Queen Anne style. The three-story building was erected in 1890 for J. Herbert Van Closter, president of the Nebraska Mortgage and Loan Company. The structure is named after Georgia Avenue, the previous name of Omaha's South Twenty-ninth Street. The building is a residential type of urban high density housing, which in Nebraska flourished only in Omaha and Lincoln.

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