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Twilight Homes to Sell Houses Starting at $140,000 at Master Development

Twilight Homes to Sell Houses Starting at $140,000 at Master Development

By Anca Gagiuc, Associate Editor The mixed-use Mesa del Sol has been under development since May 2001 when the State Land Office named Forest City master developer. The walkable development site is 10 minutes from Albuquerque International Sunport and 20 minutes from downtown.  Multiple homebuilders have enrolled in the project, including…

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Double Recognition for Albuquerque’s Architecture Firm Dekker/Perich/Sabatini

Double Recognition for Albuquerque’s Architecture Firm Dekker/Perich/Sabatini

Architectural Record is a magazine that focuses on design inspiration and skill development, on practice management and business improvement. Recently they’ve announced their list of top 300 US architecture firms, based on revenue.…

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Albuquerque’s Convention Center Completes Phase I of $20M Renovation

Albuquerque’s Convention Center Completes Phase I of $20M Renovation

The 40 year old convention center in Albuquerque is half way through its $20 million restoration. According to Albuquerque Business First, last Tuesday the city hosted an event to mark the finalization of Phase I of the redevelopment.…

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Friedman Recycling Opens $21M Facility in Albuquerque

Friedman Recycling Opens $21M Facility in Albuquerque

The fruitful collaboration between Mayor Richard J. Berry and Friedman Recycling has led to a successful result – the opening of the single stream materials recovery facility in Albuquerque. “This new facility is a symbol of our commitment to recycling and forever changes the way Albuquerque recycles,” Mayor Berry said.…

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One Call Services Preserves Historical Architecture in Renovation

One Call Services Preserves Historical Architecture in Renovation

One of the top commercial and residential contractors in Albuquerque, One Call Service, Inc., is making a big change in the home remodeling domain by trying to change as little as possible through preservation of the original architectural details. Ranked second highest by the Better Business Bureau, the company brings…

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American Society of Radiologic of Technologists Debuts $8.5M Expansion

American Society of Radiologic of Technologists Debuts $8.5M Expansion

In October 2011, The American Society of Radiologic Technologists was announcing the incipient stages of renovation of its Albuquerque office. The construction project included the addition of 30,000 square feet to the existing building.…

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Peak Partners Capital Acquires Sandia Valley Apartments

Peak Partners Capital Acquires Sandia Valley Apartments

Albuquerque’s Sandia Valley Apartments has changed owners. This is not the first residential community to be acquired by Peak Capital Partners in New Mexico, two other complexes from Santa Fe having been purchased by the investment company in the past three years: Tuscany at St. Francis and Bluffs at Tierra…

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8.4K SF Medical Office Center Nears Completion

8.4K SF Medical Office Center Nears Completion

A new medical complex is nearing completion on an 8,470-square-foot phase one. Mark Edwards, the leasing agent of the project and president of Edwards Commercial Realty, said the end date for it should be the end of June. Phase two consists of a development of about 7,300 square feet.…

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Local Hotel Operator Signs Deal to Purchase Hyatt Regency

Local Hotel Operator Signs Deal to Purchase Hyatt Regency

The 395-room Hyatt hotel building in Downtown Albuquerque is changing ownership. Hotel operator Jim Long and his business partner Chris Smith have signed an agreement to a deal that will close in the next 60 days, reports Albuquerque Business First.…

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Peterson Acquires Simms Building for $1.75M and Begins Renovations

Peterson Acquires Simms Building for $1.75M and Begins Renovations

Bearing the hallmark of the city’s first modern, International Style skyscraper, the Simms Building was built in 1954 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1998. Over the years, the building with the windowless brick walls on the east and west sides and glass curtain walls on…

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Peterson Acquires Simms Building for $1.75M and Begins Renovations

Peterson Acquires Simms Building for $1.75M and Begins Renovations

Bearing the hallmark of the city’s first modern, International Style skyscraper, the Simms Building was built in 1954 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1998. Over the years, the building with the windowless brick walls on the east and west sides and glass curtain walls on…

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Writer George Martin Purchases, to Renovate Jean Cocteau Cinema

Writer George Martin Purchases, to Renovate Jean Cocteau Cinema

George R. R. Martin needs no further introduction. Since his bestseller novel, A Song of Ice and Fire, has seen the printer’s ink, he’s become one of the world’s most influential people. HBO recognized the success and turned it into the very popular dramatic series, Game of Thrones. The novel…

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