Year Built: 1888
Architect: Warren Dutcher
Builder: Bickel & Son
Style: Late Victorian/Victorian Ecletic
Designated Omaha Landmark: 5/10/1994
Listed in the National Register of Historic Places: 5/23/1994
The Gallagher Building is significant as a fine representative of one of the earliest forms of multiple dwellings in Omaha, the St. Louis flat. The St. Louis flat consists of commercial on the first floor and apartments above. In Omaha these stores with flats are generally located along major transportation routes, as is this structure on South 13th Street. Constructed in 1888, the Gallagher Building was rehabilitated in the early 1990’s.