Omaha’s Urban and Sophisticated Life
The Encounter magazine knows where Omaha is at its hottest — Downtown, in the Old Market and Riverfront areas.
This is Omaha life at its most urban and sophisticated. Downtown residents populate renovated historic buildings like The Old Market Lofts and Paxton Building, new brownstone-style developments like The Rows at SoMa, and the ultimate in luxurious waterfront condos, Riverfront Place.
Visitors and tourists might see a historic shopping and arts district, but residents know it’s much more than that. It’s a community that embraces not only the artistic and residential, but also the business end of life. And anytime you combine living, work, and play in one location, you have a million great stories.
Each issue of The Encounter brings its readers stories about the places and people who make the community such a rich and vibrant place to live and work. For the returning visitor, The Encounter keeps them up-to-date on new businesses, events, and exhibits. And only The Encounter can show the newcomer what to expect and where to find the museums, theaters, galleries, and restaurants they want to visit.
The four-color, glossy Encounter is published every two months and is available at nearly every hotel in the Downtown Omaha area, as well as Old Market stores and restaurants, businesses, and apartments.
For editorial questions or comments, contact The Encounter Editor Chris Wolfgang.