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May Construction Update

May Construction Update

  Lied Place Residences surpassed a long-held milestone last week when construction crews poured columns and walls for Level 21 and Level 22. At a height of 220’ 2”, it is unofficially the second tallest building in Lincoln, now two inches taller than US Bank....

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April Construction Update

April Construction Update

  When building a high rise like Lied Place Residences, construction crews are dependent upon a crane for large portions of the work – and when storms and heavy winds blow through, the crane is shut down for safety. Expert planning counterbalances the seasonal...

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Lied Place Walkability

Lied Place Walkability

  Though not technically a word by Webster Dictionary’s standards, walkability is used in recent literature to describe “the extent to which the built environment is friendly to the presence of people living, shopping, visiting, enjoying, or spending time in an...

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March Construction Update

March Construction Update

  Extreme cold weather spread across the U.S. in late January, dropping heavy snow in portions of Arizona before delivering a record-breaking snowfall to Lincoln residents. For the construction crew at Lied Place Residences, the freezing temperatures, icy winds,...

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Interior Design

Interior Design

  As arctic temperatures cover the state, interest in Lied Place Residences is heating up with 60% of the units already committed to enthusiastic buyers. Framing, drywall, and paint on the lower levels offer visual signposts toward the future living spaces of...

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February Construction Update

February Construction Update

  Every morning, a highly trained construction crew member climbs the blue, 305-foot-tall crane that has become an established feature of downtown Lincoln. Throughout the Lied Place Residences build, he expertly maneuvers this specialized machinery to lift heavy...

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Wind Study

Wind Study

  To provide an unparalleled living experience, developers for Lied Place Residences hired Cermack Peterka Petersen, Inc. (CPP) to complete a wind study for the structure. Based out of Windsor, Colorado, the CPP wind consultant firm offers a wide range of expert...

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January Construction Update

January Construction Update

  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...

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A Downtown Holiday

A Downtown Holiday

   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...

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December Construction Update

December Construction Update

  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...

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LIED PLACE IN THE NEWS

First residents expected to peer from awe-inspiring glass at Lied Place by football season

Journal Star | March 9, 2021

‘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