Omaha Warehouses – The Heart of Innovation and Industry

Amid the Nebraskan prairie, Omaha’s urban sprawl is a thriving center of innovation and industry. The city regularly ranks as one of the best places to live in the United States and is home to a variety of cultural experiences.

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The heart of Omaha’s economy lies in the insurance, finance and real estate sectors. The city’s most prominent resident, Warren Buffett (nicknamed the Wizard of Omaha or Oracle of Omaha) is a billionaire and ranks among the world’s richest people. His company, Berkshire Hathaway, has a presence in Omaha as do Mutual of Omaha and TD Ameritrade. Link :

Thanks to its location along the Missouri River, early warehousing in Omaha included meatpacking, stockyard and regional brewing industries. In addition, a number of railroad connections made the city an important hub for the westward movement of goods and people.

Telecommunications companies have also made Omaha their home, thanks in part to its Central Time Zone, which makes it easier to reach workers on either coast during the work day. Omaha is also a leader in the Farm-to-Fork movement, with restaurants like Gather, Big Green Q and Kitchen Table serving up local ingredients.

A shopper’s paradise, Omaha’s downtown area is filled with historic warehouses turned into trendy shopping centers and dining options. The Historic Old Market neighborhood, for example, includes Joslyn Castle, a Scottish Baronial-style mansion that sits in the middle of the prairie and boasts its own golf course. You can thank the people of Omaha for Raisin Bran, too – before 1926, all you could find on grocery store shelves was boring old bran cereal until Skinner’s Manufacturing decided to add raisins.


Gratton Warehouse Company
11005 E Cir, Omaha, NE 68137, United States
Phone: +14023399993