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Community College’s Technology Center Receives LEED Gold Certification

Community College’s Technology Center Receives LEED Gold Certification

A $4.5 million renovation exceeded the expectations of the management team; the Central New Mexico Community College Advanced Technology Center (ATC) has been awarded by the U.S. Green Building Council, Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Gold Certification. ATC is the third CNM building and the second renovation project…

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$8.3M Library Broke Ground in Albuquerque’s Westside

$8.3M Library Broke Ground in Albuquerque’s Westside

After an extended period of time in Albuquerque, at the intersection of Central Avenue and Unser Boulevard NW, broke ground a new library. HB Construction Inc. is the contractor and local design company Rhode May Keller McNamara is the architect for the project.…

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NextCare Opened its Second Clinic in Albuquerque

NextCare Opened its Second Clinic in Albuquerque

A new urgent care clinic opened in Albuquerque as result of a partnership between Phoenix-based NextCare Holdings Inc. and Lovelace Health System. This is the second clinic the two companies opened in the last months; the first one had the ribbon- cutting ceremony on October 1st.…

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Sandia Resort & Casino Announces Contractors for Expansion Project

Sandia Resort & Casino Announces Contractors for Expansion Project

The Sandia Casino dates back to 2001, the seven-story hotel with the relaxing spa and 18-hole golf course were added in 2005. Located 10 miles north of Albuquerque, the Pueblo of Sandia recently announced the two contractors for the expansion of Sandia Resort & Casino that’s scheduled to begin by…

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Cree LED Lighting Chosen for Albuquerque’s Convention Center

Cree LED Lighting Chosen for Albuquerque’s Convention Center

The Albuquerque Convention Center is in the middle of a massive makeover with the clear mission of attracting tourist dollars to the area. Phase I of the project, representing the remodel of the East Complex, was finalized during the summer months and a facelift of the West Complex is in…

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Unfinished Four Points Hotel to be Redesigned as Extended-Stay Hotel

Unfinished Four Points Hotel to be Redesigned as Extended-Stay Hotel

2007 has been a great year for investments. The economy was flourishing and so were those who had a little money to invest (for some, their life savings), business initiative, and the willingness to take measured risks. Nothing seemed to go wrong. Or so they thought.…

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Dreamcatcher Opens 79-Room Hamptons Hotel in the Entertainment District

Dreamcatcher Opens 79-Room Hamptons Hotel in the Entertainment District

Albuquerque’s hospitality scene has made room for the fourth Hampton property in the metro area and the 19th in the state. Conveniently located in the heart of the business, dining, and entertainment district, at 4412 The 25 Way, guests can easily get to I-25, to local restaurants and many of…

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Developer Obtains Approval for 80,000 SF Mixed-use Development

Developer Obtains Approval for 80,000 SF Mixed-use Development

The intersection of Central and Laguna SW will turn into a construction site early next year. Jay Rembe, the developer responsible for the Aveda Institute and Vinaigrette project, isn’t ready to leave the Central Avenue corridor between Downtown and Old Town.…

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New $30M Westside Apartment Complex on the Rise

New $30M Westside Apartment Complex on the Rise

The largest sale in 2011 for a multifamily project in the Albuquerque area is now ground for the preliminary works on what will become an upscale apartment complex. Andalucia Villas will occupy 16.5 acres at Coors and Montaño in the Westside of the city, close to the Bosque School. The…

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The Phoenix Apartments Rises From the Western Palisades Ashes

The Phoenix Apartments Rises From the Western Palisades Ashes

Once a foreclosed property, the Western Palisades residential community located at 1720 Atrisco Drive SW was rescued by Chuck Sheldon of T&C Management who purchased it in 2010 for approximately $1.5 million. The history of the property is a stormy one, one that made the new owner change its name…

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Mehran Changes Strategy from Leasing to Loft Conversion for Office Building

Mehran Changes Strategy from Leasing to Loft Conversion for Office Building

Built in 1958, the office building at 517 Gold Avenue has been the federal office until the early 2000 when they relocated to 500 Gold. For the next decade the eight-story block property was left abandoned.…

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First Baptist Church in Albuquerque Listed at $7.5M

First Baptist Church in Albuquerque Listed at $7.5M

At the corner of Broadway Boulevard NE and Central Avenue is resting vacant the First Baptist Church. The property has sat so for several years, with transients every now and then, and now is back on the market listed by Keith Meyer and Jim Wible with NAI Maestas & Ward.…

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