Source: Durham Museum
Opened in 1918 with the name of Chiodo Apartments
- Recently renovated for a more unique, modern feel
- Built close to downtown for easy commute and convenience of being in the heart of Omaha.
- Large bedrooms and apartment sizes, as well as walk-in closets, were a luxury throughout the years.
- Retains the original elegance and charm of Omaha's historic heritage.
- Built of stone and masonry work and Corinthian columns from the old Douglas County Courthouse demolished in 1912.
- Four stained glass entries with the letter "C" for Chiodo.
Builder Vincent Chiodo (1869 - 1949)
- Arrived in Omaha from Italy in 1885.
- Worked as a tailor.
- Later became a Real Estate developer, designing apartment buildings clustered in the area near 24th and Leavenworth.
- Became Omaha's first Italian-born millionaire and Italian vice consul in the city.
- His home is restored and located one block south of Lancaster Flats.