Year Built: 1918
Architect: Thomas Kimball
Style: Collegiate Gothic
Designated Omaha Landmark: 6/12/1990
Listed in the National Register of Historic Places: 11/29/1989
Park School is the work of master architect Thomas Kimball. During the span of his 30-year career in Omaha, Kimball was responsible for the designs of a number of Omaha’s most architecturally distinguished buildings, including St. Cecilia's Cathedral, the former Public Library and the Fontenelle Hotel. The Collegiate Gothic style Park School was rehabilitated for use as apartments in the late 1980’s.