Shopping

By: Ryan Renner, Realtor
By: Ryan Renner, Realtor

Ryan has helped many families moving to Omaha. He moved here for college almost twenty years ago and never left. Contact him if you have any questions or need help buying a home.

Omaha has a lot of a national retailers, and great local stores. Scroll down to learn a little more about Omaha’s shopping options.
Omaha Shopping

When people move to a new city, they are hopeful it will have all the same stores they are used to.

Instead of listing out all the stores Omaha has, I decided to create a list of stores Omaha does not have. We don’t have a Nordstrom or a Macys. And we don’t have an Ikea but we do have some Ikea home delivery options.

There is no shortage of shopping malls in Omaha.

Westroads Mall

Westroads Mall is the best mall in Omaha. Several malls have been hit hard over the years with store closures, etc. Westroads major tenants include Von Maur, JC Penney, The Container Store, and Dicks Sporting Goods. It also has a really cool food court (yes, a cool food court) called Flagship Commons.

Village Pointe

Village Pointe is an outdoor mall in west Omaha. It features the only Apple store in Nebraska.

It also has Gap, Lululemon, Old Navy, and even a Bentley dealership.

Other Malls

Some other malls/shopping areas to know about are Oak View Mall, Shadow Lake Towne Center, Regency, One Pacific Place, Countryside Village, and Rockbrook Village.

Outlet Malls

Nebraska Crossing Outlets is an outlet mall located near Gretna. It’s about a 25-minute drive from midtown Omaha.

It boasts over 80 stores including Coach Outlet, Banana Republic Factory Store, J. Crew Factory, Gap Outlet, H&M, Nike Factory, Store, Under Armour, and more. Visit the store directory for a complete list.

What’s also important for people moving to Omaha is a list of stores Omaha does not have.