Have you heard the good news? On October 17, it was announced that not only will Flywheel be moving into the historic Ashton building in north downtown Omaha, but a $300 million neighborhood redevelopment is officially in the works. The Intertwine Interactive team could not be more excited about our new neighbors and the development of the new Millwork Commons. The new neighborhood’s name pays homage to the trades and businesses from a previous era of Omaha’s rich history. The Intertwine team has called the Mastercraft Building, the Ashton’s historic neighbor to the north, home for the last seven years. The Mastercraft Building will be included within the new Millwork Commons neighborhood. Our team has loved working in this area of town and we look forward to watching the Mastercraft Building flourish alongside the Ashton as the area continues to grow.

Everyone who attended the big event had a chance to view all of the plans and projected layouts for the Ashton building and surrounding area. During the big announcement that drew hundreds of people, Mayor Jean Stothert praised the investment. Stothert said breaking ground on the Millwork Commons was a prime example of how growth and historic preservation can intersect and benefit not only the city, but also companies who call Omaha home.