While the community slowed down for the holidays, construction on Lied Place Residences kept pace and continued focus on moving the structure upward into the Lincoln skyline. Elevators will be brought on site this month to advance progress, beginning the...
When Nebraskans consider going home for the holidays, long drives past picturesque, snow-covered farmland is usually what first comes to mind. But the scene in downtown Lincoln has much to offer its residents, and these seasonal events will become your new...
After breaking ground in September 2019, construction on the Lied Place Residences began in earnest in December 2019 with deep foundation work, sending pilings 80 to 100 feet in depth to anchor the building. Nearly one year later, approximately 4400 cubic yards...
Game Day in downtown Lincoln differs this year from its typical atmosphere. As the population of the world has adjusted their lives to this pandemic, the University of Nebraska has followed suit, asking the Husker faithful to watch from home and allowing only...
LIED PLACE IN THE NEWS
‘Prominent on the skyline’ — Planned high-rise 25 years in the making
Journal Star | February 26, 2019
Lied Place heads toward spring construction; Q Street would lose one traffic lane on block
Journal Star | February 4, 2019
Council may see Lied Place redevelopment agreement next week
Journal Star | January 7, 2019
Downtown Lincoln skyscraper project moves forward
Journal Star | November 28, 2018
Proposed Lied Place skyscraper would take lane from Q Street
Journal Star | November 6, 2018
20-story tower proposed for downtown near Lied Center; would be Lincoln’s second-tallest building
Journal Star | October 25, 2018