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Property Name The Nottingham Apartments
Reference Number 13000195
State Nebraska
County Douglas
Town Omaha
Street Address 3304 Burt Street, Omaha, NE
Multiple Property Submission Name N/A
Status Listed 04/23/2013
Areas of Significance Architecture, Community Planning and Development
Link to full file http://www.nps.gov/history/nr/feature/places/pdfs/13000195.pdf
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The Nottingham is eligible under Criterion A at the local level for its association with Community Planning and Development. As Omaha's apartment building stock grew, so did the diversity of its planning and final form. The Nottingham is an excellent example of an apartment building that used iconic details and modern conveniences to appeal to its target audience. Under Criterion C, the Nottingham is also eligible at the local level for its distinctive Tudor Revival characteristics. It is the only recorded Tudor Revival, L Court Garden Apartment in Omaha. The period of significance lasts just one year, 1925, the year in which the Nottingham Apartments were constructed.

 

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