Lincoln Way

Located in Papillion, Lincoln Way is north and west of the intersection of 96th Street and Lincoln Road.  The development contains a total of 82 acres.  The custom lot area at the north end of the development will have 52 Lots, all lots will provide for walkout basements that access onto green space/open common area to the rear of their homes.  The green space encompasses an area of 14.5 acres.  Price range within the custom lot area will range from $500,000 to over $1,000,000 and will feature a number of the metros finest luxury homebuilders.  

96th Street and Lincoln Road will provide the site with good local and regional access.  The site is minutes away from 16,000 households and more than 150,000 jobs.

To the south, it links the site, and the surrounding Papillion and LaVista markets, to Highway 370… less than one mile away.  Highway 370 is the most important east-west collector in Sarpy County, bisecting the county and providing access to Offut AFB at its east end and Interstate 80 on the west.

To the north, 96th Street will tie the proposed site to key east-west collectors in Sarpy and Douglas Counties, including Cornhusker Road, Giles Road, Harrison Street and Q Street. 96th Street is a four-lane divided arterial with turning lanes.  A traffic light controls the intersection of 96th Street and Lincoln Road. Lincoln Road is a secondary collector, extending east-west through much of the Papillion area.

To the east, Lincoln Road provides immediate access to the City of Papillion.  To the west it will connect to the Prairie Queen elementary and Liberty Middle Schools and then pass by Werner Park and ultimately connect to 132nd Street.

The area around the proposed site, east and west on Lincoln Road, will undergo significant development over the next few years. The most important addition will be a $48-million community center now under construction, immediately to the east. The community center, when completed, will include 120,000 square feet.  It will house an indoor water park with multiple pools, a gymnasium with a fitness center, an indoor playground, a jogging track, a library and a senior center.  Also planned is an 80,000-square-foot field house and a lighted, synthetic-turf for soccer, football and lacrosse.  The field house should open in the Fall of 2018 and the community center a year later, the Fall of 2019.

An estimated 13,400 people live within 1.0 to 1.5 miles of the site.  The area’s 13,400 residents form roughly 4,700 households. The Lincoln Way resident children will attend Prairie Queen elementary located 2 miles west on Lincoln Road in the North Shore Subdivision, Middle School Students will attend the newly constructed Liberty Middle School located ½ mile to the west on Lincoln Road and High School Students will attend Papillion – LaVista North High.

The Lincoln Way Subdivision will have a system of sidewalks leading to a trail located along the south side of Lincoln Road and sidewalk located along the west side of 96th Street.  The Papillion Creek trail system borders the north boundary line of the site with access through Papillion and Bellevue to the south and LaVista and Omaha to the north.

The Lincoln Way subdivision is convenient to nearby schools, shopping, and multiple recreational facilities.  The network of roads will lead residents with ease to and from the site to all areas of the metro area via 96th Street, Lincoln Road, Highway 370, Giles Road and Interstate 80.

CLICK HERE for lot information and pricing. Call 402-672-5550 for more information. 

* All lot prices are original and do not include builder holding costs. May change at any time.  Lot availability subject to change without notice.