Videos: Legacy Crossing Apartment Omaha Residents Forced to Vacate after city closes 17 buildings

At the Legacy Crossing apartment building at 10535 Ellison Plaza, moving vans were lined up on Monday afternoon. Residents of the complex are being evicted by the City of Omaha after inspectors determined that the 17 buildings and more than 400 units were uninhabitable.

According to Stothert, the family’s quest for new housing should come first. The mayor claims that the city is searching for neighboring open residences in a comparable price range.

Recent examinations revealed that all 17 of the buildings had safety issues, Stothert added. The complex has about 408 apartments total, with a current occupancy rate of under 44%, according to the city.

The city has determined that the complex is hazardous to reside in as a result of several ongoing code violations and recent fires.

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According to the mayor, the city has identified over 100 units that are open and ready for renters to move into. The Omaha Community Foundation has a fund available to help the families.

Relocating residents is being helped by Heartland Family Service. The city reported that more than $250,000 in donations have already been made to assist renters with moving expenses, including interim accommodation, security deposits for new apartments, and other charges.

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