$1.2 million project will make home out of printing warehouse in first step of piecemeal redevelopment
"As change swirls in and around it, the family-owned printing company that lines a block of north downtown Omaha is trying to hold on. Hold on to the business that created careers for founder Anton Piskac, all five of his children and several of the Czech immigrant’s grandchildren.
Hold on to real estate that for eight decades has been a base not only for a growing tree of relatives but for political figures, friends and customers who gather there on occasions such as the annual holiday “wienie bust.”
Not to fret, though — at least not yet. Current owners of Automatic Printing (who are grand kids of the founder) plan to keep the presses rolling — albeit in downsized digs."....continued at link below
Read the full article by Cynthia Gonzalez in the Omaha World Herald Newspaper here. Photo by Kent Sievers