For Rent in The Mastercraft

3,667 sq. ft. creative space

Leasing details available through P.J. Morgan Real Estate

Leasing agent
Ryan Ellis
 402-397-7775 or Message

  • Located in Omaha, Nebraska. See Google Maps

  • Creative office complex

  • Secure facility with gated entrance and key fob-secured main building doors

  • Numeric keypad entrance to studio

  • Free parking

  • Bi-level, open floor plan with accessibility ramp

  • Kitchen area with built-in stools, sink, and dishwasher

  • Two enclosed conference rooms, including one with glass wall

  • Exterior entrance directly to studio

  • Two interior entrances through main building

  • Charismatic features from historic building include exposed-brick walls, boiler facade, pulley-style barn doors, and concrete floors with original skidloader path

  • Re-claimed pallet board from The Mastercraft utilized as wall covering

  • Natural light available through clerestory windows

  • Glass garage door to small outdoor patio

  • Three utility/storage closets

  • On-site gym just down the hall

  • Studio space could comfortably fit 20 employees

  • This space is amazing; why is it available?
  • We're purchasing a building! Otherwise we'd stay forever.
  • When is the space available?
  • Immediately.
  • What is The Mastercraft Building?
  • The Mastercraft Building is a former furniture factory turned creative habitat. In 1941, Mastercraft Furniture opened their 140,000-square-foot factory at 1111 N. 13th Street in North Downtown Omaha. The former factory, now dubbed The Mastercraft Building, is a budding creative center that attracts a diverse crowd of small business owners and entrepreneurs from industries like design, architecture, information technology, and photography.
  • How close is the building to downtown?
  • The Mastercraft Building is located in north downtown. Once an industrial area, North Downtown Omaha is now a growing, vibrant area of the city. Anchored by the TD Ameritrade stadium and the CenturyLink Center, North Downtown has become a destination for events, shopping, music, restaurants, and of course, the College World Series. The Slowdown music venue and Hot Shops Art Center have both played a large part in Omaha‚Äôs music and art scene, and the area continues to attract talented artists, musicians, designers, and innovators.
  • How big is The Mastercraft Building?
  • The building is three blocks long (or about three football fields put end-to-end). It has more than 80 studio spaces for tenants plus an event space called The Living Room.
  • Who owns The Mastercraft Building?
  • Bob Grinnell is the owner/developer. He spends his time running Surplus Sales in the historic Ashton building next door while he renovates The Mastercraft into an awesome space.
  • What other tenants are located in The Mastercraft Building?
  • There are many tenants in The Mastercraft building, especially in the creative and tech realm. Some include Edison Creative, Intertwine Interactive, Volano Solutions, MTRL Design, TACK Architects, and ViaMedia.
  • There seem to be a lot of creative companies located in The Mastecraft Building. Why is that?
  • Creative folks are attracted to one another. They all feed off of the collective energy.
  • Why should my company lease in The Mastercraft Building?
  • This is not your typical office building. From scooters going down the hall to pets in the offices to an annual building-wide chili cookoff, the atmosphere around The Mastercraft is fun, relaxed, creative, inclusive, and extroverted…and work still gets done!