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Owner of La Posada Purchases La Castaneda Hotel

Owner of La Posada Purchases La Castaneda Hotel

Some rescue animals, other choose to rescue pieces of history. One such person is Allan Affeldt, famous for the spectacular renovation of one of the historic Harvey House hotels – La Posada in Arizona; recently he announced the sale closing of historic Castaneda Hotel, another gem built by renowned immigrant…

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Albuquerque Opens Public Comment Period for Apartment Development on Uptown Transit Site

Albuquerque Opens Public Comment Period for Apartment Development on Uptown Transit Site

The southeast corner of Albuquerque’s Uptown and American Parkway NE, the location of Uptown Transit Center, is this year in the attention of city officials interested in proposals from private developers for a new construction project. The desired development would be a mixed-use combining apartments, commercial space, and parking.…

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Developers Launch 71-Unit Public/Private Tax Credit Development Located in Downtown Albuquerque

Developers Launch 71-Unit Public/Private Tax Credit Development Located in Downtown Albuquerque

About a year ago, Romero Rose in partnership with YES Housing Inc., have started constructing a three-building multifamily development at 215 Lead Ave. SW. This public/private partnership development was recently finalized and leasing is booming, already 51 percent occupied.…

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Affordable Solar Announces Projects for Three Businesses in Albuquerque

Affordable Solar Announces Projects for Three Businesses in Albuquerque

Albuquerque-based Affordable Solar provides solar project design, project development, construction, distribution, and solar integrator support since 1998. Ever since, the company has supplied over 15,000 PV systems to various properties in 96 countries.…

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Del Webb Announces Its First Community in Albuquerque

Del Webb Announces Its First Community in Albuquerque

Three years ago Del Webb was opening Alegria, its first active adult community in Bernalillo, adding it to its portfolio of over 50 communities spread across 20 states throughout the Southwest, coastal regions and Midwest. Now they’re planning their first community in the heart of Albuquerque.…

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LGI Homes Offers Affordable Single-Family Homes in Albuquerque

LGI Homes Offers Affordable Single-Family Homes in Albuquerque

Albuquerque has a new option for its inhabitants who want to change their housing status from renters into homebuyers through the newest community constructed by Woodlands-based LGI Homes, Inc. Camino Crossing offers in the city of Rio Rancho affordable homes starting at $799 per month.…

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Edgewood Town Council Approves Master Plan for State Trust Land

Edgewood Town Council Approves Master Plan for State Trust Land

By Anca Gagiuc, Associate Editor After countless public meetings, the Edgewood Town Council signed the Joint Planning Agreement (JPA), approving the master plan for Edgewood Commons. State Land Commissioner Ray Powell and Edgewood Mayor Brad Hill have given the start to the revision of the master plan for the state trust…

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Seven-Acre Townhome Project Breaks Ground in Rezoned Sawmill District

Seven-Acre Townhome Project Breaks Ground in Rezoned Sawmill District

By Anca Gagiuc, Associate Editor Located north of Albuquerque’s Old Town, the Sawmill district is an area that recently has been rezoned from industrial to residential. The scenery changes progressively into a colorful mix of housing, commercial spaces and industrial lots. A groundbreaking event was by Sawmill Community Land Trust…

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Walmart Develops Two Neighborhood Markets in the Albuquerque Area

Walmart Develops Two Neighborhood Markets in the Albuquerque Area

With about 300 Walmart markets throughout the country, the retail giant is in the process of adding two more in New Mexico: one in Albuquerque and the other in Rio Rancho, reports the Albuquerque Journal. New Mexico has four Neighborhood Markets, three in Albuquerque and one in Rio Rancho, and…

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Former Nob Hill Parole Building for Sale or Lease through Allen Simon RE Group

Former Nob Hill Parole Building for Sale or Lease through Allen Simon RE Group

The Nob Hill area is one of the state’s best preserved areas, overlapping with the renowned Route 66; the famous road goes through the epicenter of Albuquerque, flaunting many neon signs and deco-inspired towers. Nob Hill is the connection point between the commercial and residential areas of the city and…

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Albuquerque’s Area Plans Will Be Scrutinized

Albuquerque’s Area Plans Will Be Scrutinized

City Councilor Chuck Wilkins has set a new goal for the beginning of 2014. He wants to bring clarity, simplicity, and coherence in the land-use plans the city has adopted in the recent years by having them re-examined. A series of work sessions will be held in the following weeks…

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Harley-Davidson Announces Second, 12,000-Sq.-Ft., Retail Store in Albuquerque

Harley-Davidson Announces Second, 12,000-Sq.-Ft., Retail Store in Albuquerque

Albuquerque proved to be a prosperous environment for the Harley-Davidson® product and culture, so prosperous that a second retail store has been announced to open to meet customer demands. The new location will open in March at 8605 Lomas Boulevard NE and will operate in addition to the existing Thunderbird…

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