June 16, 2021
We’re growing our team! If you are a talented project architect/manager who wants to put people first, advance design, and build community, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.orgRead More
Addressing the need for urban infill housing in Midtown Omaha, the ZAG Apartments were designed to align with the style of its surrounding neighborhood while offering a modern, amenity-filled living option for residents in the area. The 186-unit building replaced just two single family homes that sat on the site. ZAG’s architectural design is a nod to the geometry of the single-family homes in the area, but reimagined with a simple, Scandinavian-inspired form.
Among the many tenant amenities is a “Chill Zone” with soft, lounge furniture and fireplace; a conference room; TV lounge and adjacent coffee station; and more. Outdoors tenants have access to raised community garden beds, an expansive pool and deck space, and a lush lawn with a cozy firepit with plenty of seating and lounging options.
1516 Cuming Street
Omaha, Nebraska 68102
302 East Coolbaugh Street
Red Oak, Iowa 51566
June 16, 2021
Welcome to new APMA-ers Morgan, Nicci, and Taylor! Hop on over to our people page to learn more about them.Read More
March 16, 2021
Congratulations to our own Chandler Sanders and Audrey Buckley for being featured alongside other deserving designers in this year’s Say It Loud – Beyond the Built Environment Online Exhibition. Follow the link to view the entire selection of winners!Read More
November 19, 2020
Congratulations to Swanson Elementary School – celebrated with an Architecture Honor Award in this year’s AIA Nebraska Awards program!Read More
October 16, 2020
APMA, Arch Icon Developement and the Siena Francis House are working together on the first tiny home village in Omaha! 50 units will soon rise near 16th and Charles Street.Read More
September 28, 2020
At the 2020 (virtual) AIA Central States Awards The Hoff Family Arts and Culture Center picked up a Merit award in the Historic Preservation/Adaptive Reuse category and the jury commented: “We enjoyed the Hoff Cultural Center for its ability to abstract the new…to expose the historical.” Congrats to Pottawattamie Arts, Culture and Entertainment and the entire project team!