J. L. Brandeis and Sons Store Building

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The J. L. Brandeis and Sons Store Building is located at 210 South 16th Street in the central business district of Omaha, Nebraska.wikipedia
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J. L. Brandeis and Sons

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Formerly the headquarters location of the Brandeis Department Store chain, it currently holds apartments and condominiums.
By 1905, work had begun on a grander Brandeis flagship store at 16th and Douglas Streets in Downtown Omaha.

Downtown Omaha

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The J. L. Brandeis and Sons Store Building is located at 210 South 16th Street in the central business district of Omaha, Nebraska.

John Latenser Sr.

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The original eight stories were constructed in 1906 and were designed by architect John Latenser, Sr. in Neo-Renaissance style.

Omaha, Nebraska

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The J. L. Brandeis and Sons Store Building is located at 210 South 16th Street in the central business district of Omaha, Nebraska.

Renaissance Revival architecture

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The original eight stories were constructed in 1906 and were designed by architect John Latenser, Sr. in Neo-Renaissance style.

Overland Park, Kansas

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In early 2008, the building was purchased by Townsend Inc, of Overland Park, Kansas, and was converted to a high-end mixed use residential and commercial space.

Kansas

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In early 2008, the building was purchased by Townsend Inc, of Overland Park, Kansas, and was converted to a high-end mixed use residential and commercial space.

History of the Jews in Omaha, Nebraska

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The J. L. Brandeis and Sons Store Building was opened by Brandeis, a notable member of Omaha's Jewish community, in 1906.

Gold and Company

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Brandeis operated the store for several years until 1980 when the company was shattered also forcing them to sell the downtown Omaha Brandeis flagship shortly after.

Central Park Plaza

In 1983, in an attempt to revitalize retail along 16th Street in downtown, a two-story mall, Parkfair Mall, was added to the west side of Central Park Plaza, across from the J. L. Brandeis and Sons Store Building.