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Union Pacific Center

Union Pacific Center
General information
Status Complete
Type Union Pacific Corporate Headquarters
Location 1400 Douglas Street
Omaha, Nebraska 68179
United States
Completed 2004
Roof 317 ft (97 m)
Technical details
Floor count 19
Design and construction
Architect Gensler (Design Architect) Kendall/Heaton Associates Inc. (Architect of Record)
Main contractor Holder Construction Company

The Union Pacific Center at 1400 Douglas Street is one of downtown Omaha, Nebraska's newest high-rise buildings. It houses the headquarters of the Union Pacific Railroad and its parent company, the Union Pacific Corporation. It officially opened in June 2004 and rises 317 ft (97 m) making it the third tallest building in Omaha.[2] The old headquarters located directly across the street, was torn down in 2008 to make way for the new WallStreet Tower Omaha.[3]

The UP Center; Looking Southwest.
The UP Center; Southeast view from the Gene Leahy Mall.


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