It’s a Sunny Morning on South Hill

As you walk down 10th St., a light breeze picks up the scent of gardenias and lilies, of fresh berries, tomatoes, and peppers from the farmer’s market. Keep walking and now it’s bread and donuts wafting over from Olsen Bake Shop and a dark Italian roast coffee from a cozy sidewalk cafe.

There’s Something Timeless About this Place

If you’re not looking at your smartphone, you might even forget for a minute what year it is. This is a neighborhood full of colorful stories and characters. Built in the 1890s as an enclave of Italian immigrants, many of the old buildings and traditions remain. It has an Old World spirit and a sense of community that has carried over the years, through backyard barbecues and block parties, homemade meatballs and cannoli, a toast at dusk with cold beer on a hot summer night. 

At your back is the downtown skyline. You could turn around and walk that way if the mood struck, and you’d be in the Old Market in ten minutes. But, that’s for another time. Because where you are at this moment, walking on South Hill, is perfect.

Living it up in SoDo.

At South Hill, we believe a true community shouldn't be gated or fenced in – it should seamlessly meld into its surroundings. That's why we chose Omaha's beautiful South Downtown neighborhood for our location.