Heritage Oaks

Heritage Oaks

2720 N. 2nd Street, Lincoln, NE 68521

Monday - Friday
9:00 am - 5:00 pm

Peaceful neighborhood near downtown Lincoln!

Heritage Oaks is located just minutes from downtown Lincoln, the University of Nebraska and the interstate. The community is also close to shopping and schools for all ages. Two community swimming pools are available to residents in the summer months. Heritage Oaks has many beautiful trees, off-street parking for all home sites, curbside trash pick-up, and an onsite professional management and maintenance staff.

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Amenities

Clubhouse
Curbside Pickup
Kiddie Pool
Mobile Library
Off-Street Parking
On-Site Maintenance
Playground
Swimming Pool

Contact Our Community Manager

Kristi Eller
Phone: 402.475.5572

Monday - Friday
9:00 am - 5:00 pm

Lancaster County Information

Lincoln continually ranks as one of the best places to do business in America. With low business costs, a strong workforce, and robust business climate, many Lincoln business leaders will tell you it’s hard to fail in Lincoln. In creating a pro-business community Lincoln offers several business resources to help businesses stay competitive. Affordable land and leasing rates have helped local businesses succeed and expand, in addition to the educated labor force, low business costs, easy access to financing, and efficient transportation and infrastructure. Milken Institute ranks Lincoln 3rd in lowest cost of doing business, with one of the lowest overall electrical rates in a nationwide study of 106 cities according to Lincoln Electric System. Lincoln not only offers proficient amenities but it also consists of a friendly and resourceful business community. In 2012, Business Facilities ranked Lincoln as the No. 2 city with the best employment leaders. Lincoln understands that by working together its vibrant economic environment will continue to flourish. As the capital and higher education center of the state, Lincoln is a livable, small city with a diverse economy. The largest employers include state government, the University of Nebraska, Goodyear, and smaller businesses in printing, insurance, and pharmaceutical manufacturing. The university dominates the landscape and the economy, adding 22,000 students and a healthy set of college-town amenities. It is a major sports draw for the entire state and a larger region of the Midwest, particularly during football season. There are two other small private colleges.