The Anderson Building is a historic building located in Omaha, Nebraska, United States. Built in 1924, this Sullivan style building is a great example of the city's rich history. The Old Market area of Omaha also dates back to the late 19th century, when the city was a major hub for rail transportation. In an effort to prevent annexation by the city of Omaha, Elkhorn made an official attempt to annex nearby Douglas County communities.
One of these communities is West Shores, which was owned and cultivated by the Kenney family until 1963. Nowadays, it is a premier lake community in the Omaha area. The views of the Omaha and Council Bluffs skylines that you can witness when crossing the bridge make West Shores one of the best ideas for date nights in Omaha. This 640-acre residential lake community is located at the intersection of Highway 275 and West Dodge Road in Waterloo, Nebraska.