Hello and welcome to NUIHC Eagle Heights Apartments! Nebraska Urban Indian Health Coalition is committed to providing safe, decent, affordable housing by opening the doors through education.
The Eagle Heights apartment development offers new, affordable housing located at 4834 S. 23rd Street, just across the street from the future NUIHC Service Building. This development was given NIFA’s 2018 Low-Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) award on February 16, 2018. The development is a four-story building with a total of 44 apartments in a mix of 12 studios, 13 one-bedroom, 14 two-bedrooms and 5 three-bedroom units. There is a total of (5 fully accessible units, of those, 2 studios and 3 two-bedrooms. Each unit is based on income using NIFA and HUD formulas. Construction began in the spring of 2019 and the apartments opened in August 2020. Apartments include a washer and dryer, refrigerator, oven, microwave, and dishwasher. Monthly rent includes all utilities paid. Property amenities include an elevator and a community room.
Eagle Heights is conveniently located off of 24th and N Streets on the Historic South 24th Street Corridor. It is located near Interstate 80 and Highway 75. The community sits along the city bus route and is a short distance to One World Heath Centers, Joshua Medical Center, UPS, Metro South Omaha Campus, Omaha Packing Plant, in addition to multiple banks, restaurants, and shops.
The site is a no pet, no smoking community.
We welcome anyone who is interested to reach out to us at (402) 758-1439.
Ready To Rent
Ready to Rent is an adult learning principle in housing readiness education to prepare applicants for our Eagle Heights housing program and beyond. Participants will be trained in a classroom setting by certified instructors for a total of 12 hours where they receive Action Kits, step-by-step guides, and interactive worksheets. Upon completion, participants receive two certificate cards to present to potential landlords. It’s the first of its kind to be offered in Nebraska. Our motto: NUIHC is committed to providing safe, decent, and affordable housing by opening the doors through education.
It’s the first of its kind to be offered in Nebraska.