Weekly Market Report

Apr 25, 2024 | 0 comments

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Restaurant & Retail Updates

Thirstea, a new beverage franchise, plans to open this summer at 3838 North 168th Street next to Little King in a retail strip in front of Walmart, according to Perkins-Critser Construction, which is building out the space. Thirstea is a different franchise than the Thirst Tea Café restaurants, which have several Omaha locations.

Voodoo Taco has opened a second downtown location in the former Michael’s Cantina space at 1102 Harney Street in the Old Market. Voodoo’s other downtown location is at 25th & Farnam Street.

The Jewell on Capitol, the live music venue in The Capitol District downtown, is making a comeback after closing last fall. The venue, which is located inside the Marriott Hotel, is now hiring servers and bartenders. An opening date has not been formally announced.

B5 Brewing Company opened earlier this month 6115 Maple Street in Benson. Led by master brewer Aaron Bush, the brewery is a collaborative effort with his wife, Kate, and their adult children. The business offers a diverse range of craft beers, each one a unique blend of flavors and craftsmanship.

Zipline Brewing Co. plans to permanently close its taproom at 3803 South 203rd Street next week. Zipline’s downtown taproom at 721 North 14th Street will remain open.

PappaRoti, a Malaysian bakery at 723 North 114th Street in Miracle Hills has closed permanently.

Mega Saver representatives and city officials met with members of the Elmwood Park Neighborhood Association this week to hash out details about a planned gas station and convenience store in the former Fuddrucker’s building at 72nd & Dodge Street. According to WOWT, Mega Saver said it will build a third entrance and exit between its store and the neighboring businesses – Chipotle and Starbucks – to help alleviate traffic concerns.

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Grow Omaha Eats with Sarah Baker Hansen

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Review: A Google search leads to Phôba, where you can find a memorable, delicious bánh mì sandwich

By Sarah Baker Hansen Sometimes a cruise around the internet leads you to an excellent bánh mì sandwich. In this case, it also led me to some nice steamed hot chicken dumplings, a big bowl of hot pho on that one cool day last week and an excellent boba tea made with mint and sparkling water. I hadn’t heard much chatter about Phôba, near 180th & Q Street, so I decided to check it out. This little Vietnamese spot serves a full menu of boba tea and smoothies, Thai green papaya salads and a handful of Chinese dishes, like fried rice and General Tso’s chicken and Vietnamese classics like pho and bánh mì. For me, that sandwich is where things really come together. A mix of all the best textures — crisp, creamy, crunchy, tender — makes each bite delightful. I tried the sandwich with the lemongrass beef ribs, and found the meat tender and flavorful. Lots of fresh cilantro topped the mix of meat and creamy mayo, tucked into soft-but-crusty bread (not too crusty to bite into, I’ll note) nestled against a crisp slaw with pickled carrot and fresh cucumber. I paired the sandwich with a taro milk tea with taro “pudding” mixed in. The tea, made from a starchy root vegetable that has a sweet, nutty flavor, is creamy and rich, and the amoeba-like “pudding” floats through the drink, cruising up the wide straw every few sips. I also liked a mojito boba tea drink, made with sparkling water, lime juice, mojito mix and lots of fresh mint, to which I added classic boba. We also tried the bright orange, milky Thai tea (refreshing, slightly spicy) and the classic milk tea, which is creamy and just lightly sweet. Boba isn’t a regular drink for me — I always see it as more of a treat, like a giant, fun drink from Starbucks — so I only get it occasionally. But I liked all four of the varieties we tried. A plate of hot steamed chicken dumplings (they’re called buns on the menu, but I thought them more dumpling and less bao bun) are satisfyingly savory, served with a sweet dipping sauce. That same sauce comes with the steamed shrimp dumplings, which we tried another day. I’d probably prefer the chicken over the seafood, though both are serviceable. We tried both the combination beef pho (minus tripe) and the seafood pho one day at lunch, and found both warm and satisfying, packed with ingredients and protein. I wished for a bit more warm-spice flavor in the beef broth, and while I liked it, I still think my favorite is at Saigon at 120th & West Center Road. Rare beef floated in the broth in large, rectangle slabs versus the shreds I’m used to. I appreciated the addition of lots of fresh Thai basil. The seafood pho features lots of it: shrimp, bits of crab meat, tofu and both carrots and broccoli floating in the broth. The broth itself, light and pleasant, wasn’t at all fishy, though it definitely had a seafood-scented aroma and flavor. Inside, Phôba is neat and tidy, with a bright dining room and a handful of tables. We ate in the dining room one day, and though service lagged slightly, it was a busy lunch hour, with a steady stream of diners and nearly every table full by the time we left. Another day, I ordered takeout around 11 a.m. for lunch and, by the time I got to Millard from downtown Omaha, it was bagged and ready to go, nicely packaged with plenty of napkins and utensils. We didn’t get deep into the Chinese side of the menu, though out of curiosity, I ordered the fried rice with chicken, and found it chockablock with fresh vegetables and plenty of chicken, with a mild but savory flavor that wasn’t too salty. I’d consider it a win for diners looking for a simpler meal. The cold vermicelli noodle bowls come in several varieties, and we tried one topped with a generous four crispy pork spring rolls. It’s a fun dish to eat: diners mix a cold, sweet fish sauce into the bowl, filled with cucumber, pickled carrots, lettuce, peanuts, fried onion and fresh mint. The flaky, warm spring rolls contrast the cool, tangy noodles, and the whole thing, like the bánh mì but different, is a study in texture and temperature. Phôba isn’t reinventing anything or doing any fusion. But its bánh mì is very good, and were I in the area, I’d absolutely return for a fun boba drink. Millardites, take note: there’s a new spot in your neighborhood worth checking out. Phôba https://www.pho-ba.com/ 17676 Welch Plaza #6 (402) 916-4162 Hours: Tue – Thur: 11a – 9p Fri & Sat: 11a – 9:30p Sun: 11a – 9p Mon: Closed
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The Big Story

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Above: A rendering of Union Omaha’s proposed $60 million, 7,500-seat soccer stadium planned for a grassy area between Gallup’s headquarters and Abbott Drive in North Downtown.

Nebraska Unicameral Paves the Way for Downtown Omaha Soccer Stadium

A professional soccer stadium planned for the North Downtown Riverfront area took a big step forward last week with the passage of LB1317 on the last day of the 2024 Unicameral session. Changes to the Sports Arena Facility Financing Act, passed 49-0, will amend the act to support eligible sports arena facilities described, in part, as any large public stadium with a fixed seating count of less than 7,500 seats in which initial occupancy occurs on or after March 1, 2025. According to the act, a portion of state sale taxes collected from ticket sales and nearby retailers, among other sources in the vicinity of the stadium, can be used to help pay for project costs. Union Omaha’s $60 million stadium is poised to start construction in 2024, with doors opening to the public in 2026. The stadium will rise on an open grassy area between Gallup’s headquarters and Abbott Drive. “With the passage of these changes to the Sports Arena Facility Financing Assistance Act, we’re not just investing in arenas; we’re investing in communities,” said Senator Mike McDonnell. “This legislation ensures that our sports infrastructure remains vibrant, supporting local economies and providing opportunities for athletes of all ages. Today, we reaffirm our commitment to the power of sports to unite, inspire, and uplift.” The state has authorized cumulative support of $25 Million over 20 years toward this project. As the centerpiece of an extensive $300 million, 18-acre mixed-use project along Abbott Drive, the soccer stadium will serve as the new home for Union Omaha, Nebraska’s only professional soccer team, and seat up to 7,500 spectators with standing room and other accommodations for more fans. This strategic initiative not only aims to invigorate economic growth but also contributes to the dynamic evolution of downtown Omaha. “The continuing private interest in developing downtown Omaha benefits the entire city,” said Mayor Jean Stothert. “Union Omaha Soccer will join the long list of successful venues and attractions in our urban core. Our role is to be a good partner as this exciting sports development gets underway.” Union Omaha president Martie Cordaro said the stadium will serve as a catalyst for the advancement of soccer at all levels, from a youth academy to high-school and college matches to professional matches, providing a platform for athletes to showcase their talents on a regional and national stage. “The stadium will serve as a hub for community engagement, hosting many community events and programs every year,” Cordaro said. Union Omaha is currently playing matches at Werner Park in Papillion, sharing the park with the Omaha Storm Chasers, the Triple-A affiliate of the Kansas City Royals. The new downtown stadium will allow expansion of the sport of soccer with the future addition of a women’s soccer team and a youth academy.
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The University of Nebraska Board of Regents approved a $72 million contract with McCarthy Building Companies to construct the University of Nebraska Medical Center’s CORE building at Saddle Creek Road & Farnam Street. It will house administration offices and research facilities. Completion is planned for summer 2026.

Additionally, the Regents approved items related to UNMC’s Project NExT – an amendment to the interlocal agreement between UNMC and the City of Omaha and funding for the planning of Phase 1. Project NExT will be completed in phases, beginning with “Project Health,” consisting of $2.19 billion academic teaching hospital facility. The city will provide up to $45 million toward planning and construction and $20 million for public improvements. The approved funding for planning phase of Project Health totals $9.1 million and will involve engaging HDR and Kiewit Building Group.

The Omaha City Council approved an amendment Tuesday to increase the amount of tax increment financing for the Crossroads redevelopment project from $79 million to nearly $102 million, according to KETV. The project’s start date has been delayed to 2025.

The Eastern Omaha Athletic Association is planning to build a $41.6 million,130,000 sq. ft. athletic facility on the campus of Nathan Hale Middle School near 60th & Sorensen Parkway, according to the Omaha World-Herald. The project would include the renovation and construction of two outdoor practice fields and a parking lot. The facility would increase access for youth sports in east Omaha.

The Council Bluffs City Council approved a contribution of $50,000 to qualify for an Enhance Iowa grant of $1 million to help fund the River’s Edge Phase 4 improvements. $47 million has already been raised through grants and donations for the $50 million project, which includes an adventure tower with outdoor climbing wall, roll glide, interior caving space, elevated treetop trail, and pier.

A dog park is planned for a greenfield between the Tom Hanafan parking lot and the I-480 bridge. Additionally, a new children’s playground was shown south of the I-480 bridge, north of the River Park by Broadmoor and east of the levee trail. Grading and clearing of trees for the adventure tower and treetop trail are underway. Construction is projected to be complete in 2025.

Local artists can apply to create permanent public artwork for the new Central Library under construction at 72nd & Dodge Street. The call will remain open through June 9th. Artists, artist collectives and collaborative groups in the Omaha area are eligible to apply. A selection committee will award project budgets in amounts from $5,000 to $100,000 for the artists to create their new works. Details and the application are HERE.

The City of Omaha’s annual Memorial Park concert and fireworks will take place Friday June 28th, according to Mayor Jean Stothert. The headline act will be announced in a couple weeks. The concert will begin at 6:30 p.m. with fireworks starting around 10 p.m.

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AMCON Distributing Company, an Omaha-based convenience and foodservice distributor, has signed an asset purchase agreement to acquire Richmond Master Distributors, Inc. of South Bend, Ind.

Union Pacific Corporation today reported 2024 first quarter net income of $1.6 billion, or $2.69 per diluted share. This compares to 2023 first quarter net income of $1.6 billion, or $2.67 per diluted share.

HDR is once again one of the industry’s top design firms, coming in at number six, according to annual rankings by Engineering News-Record. It marks the 10th consecutive year the company has ranked in the Top 10. Standings are based on annual revenue. HDR’s 2023 design revenue was $3.1 billion.

Darland, an Omaha-based construction company, recently completed construction of a 61,000 sq. ft. warehouse near Highway 50 & Interstate 80. Southern Carlson, a commercial tool, fastener and jobsite supply company, occupies the entire space. The building features 26-foot-clear ceiling height and eight dock doors.

A federal jury Monday said BNSF Railway contributed to the deaths of two people who were exposed to asbestos decades ago when tainted mining material was shipped through a Montana town where thousands have been sickened, according to MarketWatch. The jury awarded $4 million in compensatory damages to each of the estates of the two plaintiffs, who died in 2020. Omaha-based Berkshire Hathaway acquired BNSF in 2010.

For an eighth straight month, Creighton University’s Rural Mainstreet Index sank below growth neutral, according to the April survey of bank CEOs in rural areas of a 10-state region dependent on agriculture and energy. The region’s overall reading for April increased to 45.8 from 38.0 in March, or its lowest level since June 2020. The index ranges between 0 and 100, with a reading of 50.0 representing growth neutral.

Green Plains Inc. will release first quarter 2024 financial results prior to the market opening on May 3rd, and then host a conference call beginning at 8 a.m. Central to discuss first quarter 2024 performance and outlook.

Mutual of Omaha has been named on the Forbes list of Best Employers for Diversity 2024. Mutual is ranked sixth among 500 companies and is listed second among insurance companies.

The Greater Omaha Chamber is now accepting applications for its Leadership Omaha Class 47. This 10-month program develops effective leaders who will strengthen and transform the community. You can apply HERE by May 6th.

The Metro Omaha Builders Association Spring Parade of Homes will showcase 40 new houses across the metro priced from $300,000 – $3.5 Million. Open to the public on April 27–28 and May 4–5, this event allows visitors to explore homes ranging from affordable housing to luxurious estates. Hours are 12 to 5 p.m. Details are available HERE.

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Leadership & Sales Insights for Ambitious People

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Rather than focusing on a problem, effective leaders direct their attention toward the solution, according to Indeed Career Guide. They may do this by focusing on company goals and developing a plan to meet those goals. Effective leaders prioritize so they can complete the most urgent tasks first.

Automation eliminated twice as many jobs between 1980 and 2018 as it did between 1940 and 1980, according to the Quarterly Journal of Economics. Sixty percent of jobs in 2018 didn’t even exist in 1940.

Jamie Dimon, CEO of JPMorgan Chase, says now more than ever the economy is resembling the stagflation era of the 1970s when both inflation and unemployment were high but economic growth was weak, according to Fortune. But the economy is actually doing fairly well right now, to which Dimon responds: “Remember, in 1972 you felt great, too. And before any crash, you felt great, and then things change.”

Business Travel – The U.S. Department of Transportation unveiled two new rules affecting commercial air travel, according to CNBC. The first rule requires airlines to be more transparent about extra fees, and the second to issue cash refunds automatically, rather than in response to customer requests. Implementation will range from six months to two years.

Alcohol consumption per capita in the United States has been up recently, according to Statista. In the 1970s, the amount of alcohol consumed in the country was even higher than today, however. The share of drinkers in the U.S. stood at around 70 percent in that decade, compared to 60 percent today. Generally, the country has far fewer drinkers than many European nations.


Seventy-nine percent of marketing leads at the typical company never convert into sales, according to MarketingSherpa. Lack of lead nurturing is the most common cause.

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Did You Know?

Surprising Facts, Figures & Points of Pride That Make Omaha Unique

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Did you know Omaha’s population density is 3,658 people per square mile? Omaha is a denser city than Lincoln (2,937), Des Moines (2,428), Tulsa (2,044), Kansas City (1,614) and Oklahoma City (1,122). The cities in our region that are denser than Omaha are Chicago, Minneapolis, Denver and St. Louis.

Did you know that Creighton University has a second campus in Phoenix? The 195,000 sq. ft. Phoenix campus focuses on healthcare education.

Did you know the worst disaster in Omaha history may have been the 1913 Easter Sunday tornado? The storm killed 140 people, injured another 300 and destroyed 1,300 houses

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Upcoming Events in the Metro

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2024 Benson Film Festival from April 26th-28th: The vision of Benson Film Festival is to incorporate neighborhood artists and businesses, highlight filmmakers and create an immersive and connective experience for the community. They aim to bring local, national and international artists & filmmakers together in the Benson Creative District! Each day features a different schedule of films, events and music.

Spring Cocktail Party on April 27th: Enjoy a sip of spring at the 3rd Annual Spring Cocktail Party! Each participating establishment is offering a signature spring cocktail sure to delight your taste buds. Visit as many neighborhood establishments (all within walking distance of each other in Midtown) as you like, in any order you like, and cast your vote for the best cocktail in midtown! Continue the fun with The Kindling Co flower bar in Farnam Court; come build a spring bouquet based on your favorite cocktail.

Spring Open House on April 27th: The Hot Shops artists invite you to their annual Spring Open House. Meet the current artists, learn more about their tools and processes, see demonstrations and purchase their latest works! The artwork ranges from drawings, paintings and photography to sculptures, pottery, glass art, weaving, quilts, jewelry and architectural pieces.

Kölsch Day on April 28th: Escape the distractions of modern life – no TVs, no loud music. Kölsch Day is an opportunity to savor a meticulously crafted brew and connect with fellow enthusiasts in a traditional, intimate setting. Scriptown’s Cecilia Kölsch is an easy-drinking German-style blonde ale which is a beer style that’s the pride of the Rhineland. Your Kölsch will be served in a .2L glass called a “stange,” from wreath-like trays, called a “kränze.” Their Köbes (beer waiters) will wander through the Tap Room ,and whenever they see an empty stange, it will be replaced with another full glass—and your coaster will be marked. This is a 21+ event with communal seating!

Yoga in The Garden on April 30th: Created to soothe the nervous system, this class is gentle on the body yet dynamic in cultivating inner peace. Led by Jen Guerrero, the series will include standing and seated postures for strength and balance. No yoga experience needed. This class is perfect for beginners and welcoming to experienced yoga practitioners who seek a peaceful practice in a lovely setting. Bring whatever props (i.e., pillow, mat, cork blocks, bolster, eye-mask, blanket) that you feel are necessary in making your practice the most comfortable it can possibly be. Pre-registration is required!

Keeping the Tax Man Away with Debbie Taylor on May 1st: No matter your tax bracket, there are steps you can take now to help minimize the taxes you’ll owe in retirement. If you file your taxes in the spring and forget about it the rest of the year, you could be missing out. Learn to avoid tax “gotchas” at this free dinner event with Thrivent and Debbie Taylor, founder and lead wealth advisor with Taylor Financial Group. Registration is required, seating is limited, pre-register now!

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Security National Bank has named James Huerter, III as senior vice president and Nebraska market president. He is the grandson of the bank’s founder, Clarence Landen, Jr. Huerter has 13 years of banking experience and graduated from St. Louis University with a degree in finance.

ES Law has added attorney John Bachman to its team. He specializes in zoning, land use, real estate development, leasing, financing and acquisition and sale transactions. He earned a law degree from Creighton and a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration degree from the University of Nebraska.

United Risk, a division of Omaha-based Applied Underwriters, has announced the appointment of Jay Cahill as Chief Financial Officer. New York-based United Risk provides international property and casualty insurance underwriting and distribution.

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Wall Street: The Week in Review

Commentary by George Morgan

Views and opinions expressed herein are solely those of the author. He is the founder of Morgan Investor Education of Omaha.

Ben Graham’s classic book on investing, The Intelligent Investor, was written almost 80 years ago. At that time, electronic trading, 24/7 news media, hedge funds and algorithm programs were decades away.

Graham defined “investors” as those who use the financial health of a company as their decision-making criteria. Everybody else is a speculator.

Today’s financial media uses the word investor to describe anybody or anything, that makes a market transaction. This use of the word “investors,” results in a false impression of the market’s functionality. A quick review of last week’s events helps illustrate my point.

The market started the week with considerably less volatility than the previous week’s roller coaster ride. My guess is that Mr. Market finally got around to taking his meds. What’s else changed? Nothing! Inflation remained elevated, and the Fed continued to publicly ponder its next inconsequential move. Trading volume was below normal and Caitlin Clark got drafted, just like everybody expected.

Thursday night, sometime shortly after 8 o’clock, news broke that Israel had launched a direct attack on Iran. With cat-like agility, I immediately jumped to Yahoo Finance to check the S&P futures. In less than a minute, the S&P futures went from flat to down more than 2 percent This was not the result of tens of thousands of “investors” responding to this news after careful, rational analysis. It had to be computer-generated. An analytical response would have taken the brainiacs at the Fed and academia six months to complete.

When morning rolled around, the futures had clawed back close to positive. The market spent the rest of the day flopping back and forth, moving some 17 percent in the process. At the close, the S&P was down 1.7 percent and the Dow was UP .2 percent? (All 30 Dow stocks are in the S&P 500???)

While this may sound like total chaos, there is a group of “investors” who understand that this has become the norm and have learned how to deal with it, and prosper. These are ordinary citizens who rely on their own resources to manage their assets. They are skeptical about the wisdom of the legacy Wall Street firms and their media enablers. They have developed their own paradigm of how the stock market operates.

As a result of their revolutionary thinking and actions, they have reduced their investment costs and improved their investment returns. Their mantra is “Forget the Needle, Buy the Haystack.” (With the posthumous permission of Prof. Graham, I have dubbed them “The Internet Investors”).

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