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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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Candelaria Business Center For Sale at $2.9M

Candelaria Business Center For Sale at $2.9M

A new investment opportunity is available in Albuquerque’s NE Heights market. Candelaria Business Center has been listed for sale under the representation of Todd Clarke CCIM of NM Apartment Advisors. The mixed-use business park includes office, retail and warehouse space with flexible zoning, marketed as a stable investment with steady…

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Montaño Transit Center Breaks Ground in Albuquerque

Montaño Transit Center Breaks Ground in Albuquerque

A $7.5 million project broke ground in Albuquerque that will serve both ABQ RIDE and New Mexico’s Rail Runner Express. The Montaño Transit Center will primarily favor the travelers in North Valley and Montaño/Montgomery river-crossing corridor.…

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Condos Priced from $140K-$360K Come to Market after Project Completion

Condos Priced from $140K-$360K Come to Market after Project Completion

Back in 2007 when the housing bubble had not yet burst, condominiums sprang up all across the country. That was the time when it was quite common for a land developer to be sued by his business partners because he had bankrupted several companies, dealing with accusations of defrauding the…

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Albuquerque’s Rock Climbing Gym to Expand to 23,000 Sq. Ft. after Relocation, $4M Renovation

Albuquerque’s Rock Climbing Gym to Expand to 23,000 Sq. Ft. after Relocation, $4M Renovation

New Mexico’s largest indoor rock climbing gym is soon to become the largest one in the Southwest. A $4 million renovation commenced for Albuquerque’s Stone Age Climbing Gym that relocates to the former Spa & Billiard World store at 4130 Cutler Ave. NE, just off of Interstate 40 and Carlisle.…

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Office Building in Rio Rancho is For Sale for $5M

Office Building in Rio Rancho is For Sale for $5M

At Quantum Road and NM 528 there is a five-story complex of 50,000 square feet that has just been listed for sale. The building used to belong to AMREP Southwest who is now the main tenant.…

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Design Team Selected for The Paseo Del Norte/I-25 Interchange Reconstruction Project

Design Team Selected for The Paseo Del Norte/I-25 Interchange Reconstruction Project

A reconstruction project meant to reduce traffic congestion and improve safety and air quality has selected its design team. The corridor in question is the Paseo Del Norte/I-25 Interchange and has allocated $93 million - $75 million for the actual project and an additional $18 million for the preliminary design,…

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Jean Cocteau Cinema in Santa Fe Announces Grand Re-Opening

Jean Cocteau Cinema in Santa Fe Announces Grand Re-Opening

August 9, 2013 will put an end to seven years of darkness for the much appreciated Jean Cocteau Cinema in Santa Fe. Renowned George R. R. Martin, “in a fit of madness”, purchased the building in April of this year, having in mind the glorious years when the cinema was…

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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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