After fire destroyed the former Lincoln Public School headquarters, the school board selected Continuum Partners to help turn the seven-acre site into a new mixed-use development.
Continuum brought in Lincoln’s first Whole Foods Market to serve as the 30,000 square-foot high-end market anchor tenant.
O Street has always been the commercial center of Lincoln. That continues with 11,600 square feet of retail space, including Chipotle, Select Comfort, Massage Envy and Jos A. Bank.
The neighborhood revitalization also includes a 100,000 square-foot new LPS administrative building and commercial development.
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