Year Built: 1890
Architect: Findley & Shields
Style: Queen Anne
Designated Omaha Landmark: 12/19/1978
Listed on the National Register: 11/12/1982
The name for this Queen Anne style dwelling was derived from Georgia Avenue, the original name for what is now 29th Street. A good example of the rowhouse property type, the structure is one of the more elaborate early rowhouses in Omaha, exhibiting a first level of rough-faced limestone. It was built for J. Herbert VanCloster, president of the Nebraska Mortgage and Loan Company. The Georgia Apartments is a "facade building", with visual interest limited primarily to the front of the structure.