Midtown

Destination Midtown

Midtown is one of the oldest areas of Omaha with significant development beginning less than twenty years after Omaha was incorporated in 1857.  Midtown is a 3.6 square mile area representing a vibrant cross-section of demographics.  It is the most diverse area of Omaha. Whether you are considering age, income, race and ethnicity, household size or lifestyle – Midtown has it!  With 3 major universities, downtown and major business districts all nearby Midtown is a crossroads of lifestyles, incomes, ages and ethnicities.  This is a snapshot of the area where God has called us to extend the reach of the Gospel by raising up missional leaders leaders and establishing new local churches.

Our Home on Chicago in Gifford Park Neighborhood

The following stats cover the 1 mile radius that is the Midtown area and are taken from www.destinationmidtown.org.

Population—25,000

Density—8,000 per sq mile

Households—10,500

Renter Occupied—64%

 

Race/Ethnicity*

White– 70%

Black– 10%

Hispanic– 30%

Other– 15%

 

Income

$0-15K—24%

$15-25K—18%

$25-50K—31

$50K + —26%

Average—$34K

 

Age

0-19—28%

20-34—33%

35-54—23%

55 + -16%

Education

Grad School—11%

Bachelors—22%

Associates—7%

College but no degree—19%

High School—25%

Less than high school—16%

Marital Status

Never Married—47%

Married—27%

 

*Apparently, there is some overlap in Ethnicity.