In Omaha, your neighbors may have two legs or four legs. And if you don’t have a pet but are planning for one, Omaha residents will love to help you find the next member of your family at one of the city’s many rescue nonprofits.

Here are 10 of the best apartment homes for pets and their humans.

10. L15 Lofts

L15 Lofts

Photo courtesy of L15 Lofts

Located near the Leavenworth neighborhood, the L15 Lofts feature spacious studio, one- and two-bedroom lofts with exposed beams, stainless steel and brick. Both dogs and cats are welcome at L15 Lofts.

Residents have easy access to downtown and to the Old Market, including Howlin’ Hounds Coffee, a café named after the owner’s retrievers. Howlin’ Hounds is just a five-minute walk away.

9. Joslyn Lofts

Joslyn Lofts

Photo courtesy of Joslyn Lofts

Located in Old Market in downtown Omaha, Joslyn Lofts offer spacious studio to two-bedroom lofts with hardwood floors and exposed brick. The lofts have a European-style kitchen and a balcony with spectacular view of the Omaha skyline.

The property is feline-friendly, so it will be perfect for cat parents who love to snuggle with their fur baby at the end of a long day.

8. Georgetowne Apartment Homes

Georgetowne Omaha

Photo courtesy of Georgetowne Apartment Homes

Georgetowne Apartment Homes, located in West Omaha, offers studio, one- and two-bedroom accommodations in 17 different floorplans. The units have oversized closets, hardwood floors and either a balcony or a patio.

The property sits on 18 acres and has two swimming pools, a fitness center, a clubhouse and a business center. Not only is Georgetowne pet-friendly, but it also has a dog park on the premises. The West Papio Trail is nearby for you and your pet to explore.

7. Eagle Run Apartments

Eagle Run Apartments Omaha

Photo courtesy of Eagle Run Apartments

Located in West Omaha, Eagle Run Apartments sits near 121st Street between Maple and Blondo. The complex allows both cats and dogs, and amenities include garage parking, walk-in closets, a clubhouse, a pool and fireplaces.

The one- to two- bedroom units have hardwood floors and full-size washer and dryers. If you have a high-energy dog, be sure to visit the nearby Tranquility Park. It has wide-open spaces and a trail you and your dog will love.

6. The Grand Legacy

The Grand Legacy Omaha

Photo courtesy of The Grand Legacy

Located in West Omaha, The Grand Legacy is a luxury apartment and townhome community that features one- to three-bedroom apartments. The property has 22 different floorplans to choose from. Both dogs and cats are allowed.

Residents have access to a 24-hour fitness center, as well as a trail if you prefer to workout with your pet. Amenities in the units include fireplaces, balconies and washers and dryers in-unit.

5. Pacific West

Pacific West Omaha

Photo courtesy of Pacific West

Located in Boys Town, Pacific West offers spacious studio, one- and two-bedroom homes in more than 10 different floorplans. The units have vaulted ceilings, washers and dryers in-unit, hardwood floors and oversized closets. Both cats and dogs are allowed.

The community has regular social events in its clubhouse, so you and your pet will have plenty of opportunities to get to know your neighbors. Other amenities include a pool and a fitness room. The Parkside Park Trail is within walking distance of the property if you and your dog need to go for a quick jog.

4. Torrey Pines

Torrey Pines

Photo courtesy of Torrey Pines

Torrey Pines is an apartment community located in Northwest Omaha. The property features one- and two-bedroom homes with fireplaces, spacious closets and recessed ceilings.

On the grounds, residents can enjoy a media center, a playground, pools and a clubhouse. Both cats and dogs are welcome at Torrey Pines.

3. Apple Creek

Apple Creek Omaha

Photo courtesy of Apple Creek

Located in Southwest Omaha, Apple Creek is an apartment community that offers one- and two-bedroom accommodations. The property features an indoor pool, a billiards room, a hot tub and a fitness center. Both cats and dogs are allowed here.

Apple Creek’s lawns provide ample space for playing fetch. The Pet Clinic on 140th Circle is nearby, so you won’t have to search far and wide for a vet.

2. The Duke Omaha

The Duke Omaha

Photo courtesy of The Duke Omaha

Located in Dundee, The Duke Omaha is a new luxury apartment with upscale, resort-style amenities. The property features studio, one- and two-bedroom homes. The units boast granite countertops, high ceilings and hardwood floors with luxurious garden tubs. Both cats and dogs are welcome at the Duke.

Dogs will love the pet park, but humans can also enjoy the yoga room and the sky lounge. The Dundee neighborhood is very walkable, so you and your dog will enjoy the lush parks and gardens of one of the most historic neighborhoods in Omaha.

1. The Brandeis

The Brandeis Omaha

Photo courtesy of The Brandeis

Built in 1906 as a Midwestern department store, The Brandeis is now a modern apartment building located in downtown Omaha. The property offers one-, two- and three-bedroom accommodations.

It features high-class living with a concierge service, a club room, a 24-hour gym and a movie theater. Units have soaking tubs and cherry wood cabinets. The Brandeis is one of the most pet-friendly communities around!

The building provides pet waste bags and treats at the front door. Both cats and dogs can make The Brandeis their home. If you need to walk your dog, you can walk her to the Gene Leahy Mall just two blocks away.

Not a cat or a dog person? That’s OK! Many Omaha-area apartments do not charge a pet fee for rabbits, guinea pigs or birds. Just contact them and ask!


We looked at all multifamily apartment complexes in Omaha with active listings on and and rated them on the number of pet-related facilities within a half-mile radius. We used an exponentially decreasing scale based on distance from the apartment. For instance, pet stores across the street would score higher than veterinarians a quarter-mile away. Our pet-related establishment counts come from commercially available business listings.

The rent information included in this article is based on January 2019 multifamily rental property inventory on and and is used for illustrative purposes only. The data contained herein does not constitute financial advice or a pricing guarantee for any apartment.
Moving | 02.26.2019

6 Expert Tips For Moving With Elderly Pets

Moving is one of the most stressful things for you and your pet. Especially for older animals.
Philadelphia | 02.25.2019

The Best Apartments in Philadelphia for Pet Lovers

Do you love your pet more than your roommate? Then these apartments in Philadelphia are right for you!
Pets | 02.21.2019

Hacks for Giving Your Dog a Bath Without Making a Mess

Avoid bath time pitfalls while also keeping your pet – and bathroom – clean.