Beebe and Runyan Condominiums

Beebe Runyan Condominiums, housed in an eight-story red-brick building at the Heartland of America Park, offer a prime Omaha location with a view of the park and its lake and of the nearby Missouri River. Beebe Runyan residents can walk to the Old Market with its abundance of eating and shopping, the Gene Leahy Mall, and the Bob Kerry Pedestrian Bridge over the river. Our residents also enjoy easy access to cultural and entertainment venues: the Holland Performing Arts Center, Century Link Center, TD Ameritrade Park, Bemis Center, Durham Museum, Kaneko, and the Capitol District.

The Beebe & Runyan Furniture Showroom and Warehouse, designed by well-known Omaha architect John McDonald, was built in 1913 and housed the Beebe & Runyan Furniture Company until September 1990. In June 1998 the building was listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Conversion to condos was begun in 2005 with architect Leo A. Daly Co. Large exterior windows bring natural light deep into each unit. Heavy timber ceiling joists, original beams, reclaimed maple flooring and brick walls provide one of the most appealing living environments in Omaha. 

Beebe Runyan Condominiums was the first residential development in Nebraska to recycle 100% of the qualifying waste from restoration. Sustainable features of the building include thermal insulated windows, energy-efficient heat pumps, all natural finishing materials, a recycling and trash chute on each floor, bike storage racks, upgraded energy-efficient Green lighting in all common and garage area lighting.  We are a pet friendly condo with no weight restriction for dogs.  In September 2016, our condominium became the first SMOKE-FREE condominium in the state of Nebraska.

Other features of the building include secure entry, art-filled lobby, and a six-story atrium with a skylight. Among amenities residents enjoy are two floors of heated underground parking, a rooftop deck with grills and tables and spectacular views, a new back dock seating area with planters, chairs, tables to enjoy, a 3,000 square foot fitness center with the latest in exercise equipment and two TVs, and a 2,000 square foot Community Room with a 50-inch TV.