Posts by Laureen Lerch

Posted 12 Dec 17 By: No comments yet

Sandia Science & Tech Park tenant set to leave

A tenant at Sandia Science & Technology Park will be leaving next year and downsizing by about 5,000 square feet. Associate Principal Engineer Eric Austin said Moog Inc.’s Albuquerque site will be leaving the tech park – which is affiliated with Sandia National Laboratoriesand adjacent to Kirtland Air Force Base – at the end of January. Both Moog-CSA and the…

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Deal of the Week: New retail takes shape near Cottonwood

The skinny Ground has broken on a new retail development at 10301 Cottonwood Park NW, which is expected to be completed in January. The numbers An 8,526-square-foot building will offer space to retailers and restaurants at that spot. NAI Maestas and Ward – No. 2 on our Commercial Real Estate Firms List – is the leasing broker…

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Movers and shakers join commercial real estate org’s board of directors

CREW NM Announces 2018 Board of Directors Commercial Real Estate Women New Mexico has announced some new faces who will be taking the reins at the professional organization. Commercial real estate professionals, meet CREW’s new board of directors for 2018: President: Justine Deshayes, principal business relationship manager with Wells Fargo Bank President-Elect: Michelle Franks, CFO for Studio Southwest Architects…

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Posted 05 Dec 17 By: No comments yet

New retail development underway near Cottonwood

Cottonwood Mall is getting a new retail neighbor. NAI Maestas and Ward Advisor Thalia Toha told Albuquerque Business First ground has broken on a new development at 10301 Cottonwood Park NW. It is expected to be completed in January. On the once-vacant land, a 8,526-square-foot building designed by Jeremy Ortizwith Darren Sowell Architecture will be the new home to…

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Posted 13 Nov 17 By: No comments yet

Blaze Pizza sets opening date for Coronado Center

Albuquerque’s Uptown area is becoming quite the hub for new restaurants. And Blaze Pizza will be adding to that hub this week. Senior Director with NAI Maestas and Ward Clayton King, who represented Blaze, said its Coronado Center location will have a soft opening Thursday and host a grand opening to the public Friday. Blaze and The Container…

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Posted 27 Oct 17 By: No comments yet

What Albuquerque wants in office space

Location, location, location. Americans will spend an average of 1,790 hours a year at work, according to 2014 data from the Atlantic. Based on this number, it’s reasonable that finding the right office space is akin to finding the right house. People aren’t just considering square footage, parking and desk placement anymore when hunting for…

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Posted 18 Oct 17 By: No comments yet

UPDATE: Buffalo Wild Wings’ taco co. to make New Mexico debut

“R Taco’s market entry into NM validates the fact that fast-casuals remain a strong segment of the retail & restaurant market. Having worked with R Taco in identifying sites for their launch, it is evident that while many primary markets nationwide are beginning to see saturation, there is still opportunity in the NM food scene, …

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Posted 25 Sep 17 By: No comments yet

Old El Vado Motel gets new Ponderosa taproom

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — The El Vado Motel and Casa Grande properties are trading in the chain link fence for a wall of beer taps. Construction is coming along at the site of the former El Vado Motel on Central, across from the ABQ BioPark, and the new El Vado Taproom is scheduled to open “in…

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Posted 22 Jun 17 By: No comments yet

How Amazon-Whole Foods sale could impact NM’s grocery stores

News broke Friday that Amazon (Nasdaq: AMZN) has agreed to pay $42 per share in cash for Whole Foods (Nasdaq: WFM), or about $13.7 billion. Though Albuquerque grocers said it may be too soon to tell if the move means more or less customers for Whole Foods, they said they remain optimistic that the impact won’t…

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Posted 11 May 17 By: No comments yet

Construction moves forward on El Vado, Casa Grande sites

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Construction is moving forward on the long-awaited restoration of the El Vado Motel as well as redevelopment of the former Casa Grande site. Crews have been active for several months on both work sites, reports Rick Davis, an Albuquerque residential and commercial builder and executive director of Family Housing Development Corp., a…

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Posted 01 May 17 By: No comments yet

Pricey condos top off Uptown mixed use project

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — The team behind The 24s@Uptown hope the mixed-use project, where several luxury condominiums and office spaces are for sale, will launch a wave of redevelopment in the area. The investors have updated the entire fourth floor, where six residences are selling in the $470,000 to $830,000 price range. Four have been purchased…

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City’s ABQ land sale aims to spark redevelopment

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Mayor Richard J. Berry said Thursday he hopes to spark redevelopment in  Southwest Albuquerque by offering 6.6 acres of city-owned land to developers, perhaps for retail uses. The city hopes to transform a swath of vacant land on the northwest corner of Unser Boulevard and Central through a sale or a long-term…

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Posted 03 Apr 17 By: No comments yet

Las Estancias benefits long-underserved area

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Las Estancias, the massive mixed-used commercial development in the South Valley, is expecting to welcome more newcomers this year. Once considered an underserved trade area in need of retail, medical, entertainment, banks and other business services, Las Estancias so far has generated 150,000 square feet of new construction at the site near…

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Posted 10 Mar 17 By: No comments yet

Las Estancias attracts medical clinics

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — For many South Valley consumers, visiting the doctor’s office, knocking out grocery lists and making a Starbucks run can now be done in nearly one fell swoop. Las Estancias, the $70 million retail development near heavily trafficked Rio Bravo and Coors boulevards, includes not only a Walmart, restaurants and other retailers, but…

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Posted 02 Mar 17 By: No comments yet

Shelly Branscom advances to Director

We all plan, create and implement our careers and over a life-time, we are able to see those careers blossom into feats of accomplishment and pride.  Occasionally, some of us are afforded opportunities to have two, or more, really great careers.  Shelly Branscom is one of the individuals who has been blessed with this occurrence in her…

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Posted 29 Dec 16 By: No comments yet

Clayton King promoted to Senior Director

When you follow your own road and believe in yourself, you can accomplish great things. This isn’t the only path to victory; however, it is a tried and true, tested and affirmed means to success. As we stand at the door of a new year, we need to pause for a moment to congratulate one…

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Posted 15 Nov 16 By: No comments yet

Blaze Pizza ready to fire up Albuquerque

Red-hot Blaze Pizza is heading our way. The country’s fastest-growing restaurant chain expects to open its first Albuquerque location next year in a new retail development near San Pedro and Paseo del Norte,  according to the chain’s local franchisee, Yogesh Patel. Construction on the project is already underway on Holly Avenue, behind Chick-fil-A. One of…

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Posted 28 Oct 16 By: No comments yet

New bakery and new poke restaurant to open at Far North

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — The food fest continues at Far North Shopping Center. Just a month after the center at San Mateo and Academy NE welcomed Aura restaurant and its European Mediterranean menu, Ben Perich of Colliers International said there are new leases with two more eateries: Doughboy’s Bake Shoppe and Aloha Poke. Doughboy’s is a…

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Posted 20 Oct 16 By: No comments yet

Local coffee company opens first drive-thru location to compete against Starbucks

You now have a new stop on your way to work to get your morning caffeine. New Mexico Piñon Coffee Co. opened its first drive-thru location at 5222 4th St. NW. It’s the locally-based coffee producer’s second store in Albuquerque. The new shop will serve New Mexico Piñon Coffee’s house-made coffee, such as its dark…

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Posted 19 Oct 16 By: No comments yet

South Valley’s first Starbucks joining high-profile development

Starbucks aggressively expanded in the Albuquerque market last year, with activity on at least five new stores in several neighborhoods throughout the city. But one area the Seattle-based company hadn’t ventured yet was into the South Valley. The closest location was Downtown. Now the developers behind Las Estancias, the $70 million retail development near Rio…

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Posted 06 Oct 16 By: No comments yet

NAI Maestas & Ward promotes Brett Hills to Senior Director

On a regular basis, we hear of a friend or colleague who appears to have risen meteorically to the top of their profession.  They seem to have done this with great ease, in a short period of time.  It appears they were lucky and simply struck the jackpot.  Most often this is not truly the…

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Posted 08 Aug 16 By: No comments yet

Women Breaking the Glass Ceiling

Meet the women breaking the glass ceiling at NM commercial real estate groups Next year, women will take the helm of five major commercial real estate organizations in New Mexico, proving women are making strides in what has been known as a male-dominated industry. NAIOP New Mexico, a commercial real estate organization that has become…

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Posted 28 Jul 16 By: No comments yet

Chipotle pushes forward with ABQ expansion

Chipotle pushes forward with ABQ expansion despite slowdown in new stores With Chipotle Mexican Grill still struggling to bounce back from its foodborne illness outbreaks last year, the company’s second quarter same-store sales didn’t recover as quickly as its execs expected. Chipotle reported average unit volume sales are down to $2 million, compared to $2.5…

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Posted 13 Jul 16 By: No comments yet

The 24s @ Uptown

Uptown building to become condos, retail   An 86,000-square-foot office building in Albuquerque’s Uptown area will be transformed into luxury residential condominiums and a mixed-use project. The office building, 2424 Louisiana Blvd. NE, is under a new local ownership group and they have big plans for the building that will add more housing to the…

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Posted 11 Jul 16 By: No comments yet

Westside project to transform Coors

Westside project to transform Coors gas station into retail — including a big restaurant name Construction crews have been ripping up a former Westside Albuquerque gas station and Midas auto care location on the southeast corner of Coors Boulevard and Tucson Road. In its place will be a new 12,000-square-foot retail center. The project, to…

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Posted 27 Jun 16 By: No comments yet

CRE Market Report

Commercial Real Estate Market Report by Keith Meyer For the past three years, the commercial real estate market in New Mexico has been improving, but mixed. It has been a case where a rising tide has not yet raised all boats.  It has been well documented that New Mexico has not enjoyed the job growth…

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Posted 11 May 16 By: No comments yet

Food truck has plans for Nob Hill’s former Shade Tree space

Nob Hill’s forthcoming restaurant Pete’s Frites may have hamburgers on its menu, but it’s not just any old burger joint. In fact, the new restaurant, which will open mid-summer, said it wants to be known for a menu item often given second thought—the french fry. Maria and Peter Gabriele started Pete’s Frites as a food…

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Posted 04 Apr 16 By: No comments yet

Nob Hill gets chef Jennifer James, new retail development

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — The heart of Nob Hill is getting some new blood. A pair of the neighborhood’s high-profile retail storefronts are being rejuvenated, with chef Jennifer James moving her operation to the former Elsa Ross boutique and a local real estate company purchasing the old Kurt’s Camera Corral with plans for redevelopment. James and…

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Posted 18 Mar 16 By: No comments yet

Twenty Years of Success

Stop for just a minute and think back to what you were doing 20 years ago.  For some, grade school, playgrounds, snacks and naps were the order of the day.  For some, new lives with new spouses and young families, bicycles, strollers and parent teacher conferences filled your evenings and weekends, while career building and…

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Posted 07 Mar 16 By: No comments yet

Calif. tile company to open showroom in ABQ

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — A California-based tile and stone company has purchased 4½ acres in Albuquerque’s Renaissance area for a new 50,000-square-foot development that will feature its first New Mexico showroom and space for up to three more tenants. Bedrosians, an independent porcelain and tile importer, distributor and manufacturer with more than 35 locations around the…

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Posted 19 Feb 16 By: No comments yet

NM Piñon Coffee expanding into new facility

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — New Mexico Piñon Coffee Co. is gaining ground. On Thursday, the homegrown Albuquerque business announced that it is expanding to a new warehouse facility at 2420 Comanche Road NE this May. “This is a big expansion for us,” said Allen Bassett, president of the company, which roasted 1 million pounds of coffee…

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Posted 12 Feb 16 By: No comments yet

Commercial real estate really is a viable career for all

Read what Debbie Harms, CEO of Maestas & Ward, really has to say about commercial real estate as a viable career for anyone of any age… including members of the millennial generation. Commercial Real Estate has a large barrier to entry in that it takes about two years of hard-working, 15 hour days before you…

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Posted 18 Jan 16 By: No comments yet

NAI Maestas & Ward promotes 26-year-old to director — youngest ever

Clayton King got the attention of the Albuquerque business community in the summer of 2014 when he stole the show a bit at a packed NAIOP-New Mexico luncheon event. The motivated young professional introduced, to many for the first time, the spending power of the millennial demographic. He drove home the significance of their spending…

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Posted 12 Nov 15 By: No comments yet

University’s support center will be downtown, at least for now

Rapid City, S.D.-based National American University, whose plan to hire hundreds at a new support center in Albuquerque, has a “handshake agreement” to lease about 4,000 square feet of temporary starter space at First Plaza Galeria in Downtown, according to Gemini Rosemont Commercial Real Estate. The university is still looking at Albuquerque’s office market for…

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Posted 09 Nov 15 By: No comments yet

Exclusive: Jefferson Green II could break ground next year

It’s starting to be nearly a decade since Albuquerque has seen a significant office building development rise from the ground. But the city could see at least two such projects in 2016. One is Independence Square, an office development in the North I-25 corridor, proposed by ARGUS Investment Realty president Scott Throckmorton. Throckmorton thinks the…

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Posted 02 Nov 15 By: No comments yet

Business First relocating to Class A office tower

Albuquerque Business First will move from its Downtown offices in December to a 10-story Class A office building — Two Park Square — in the Uptown corridor. Business First signed a five-year lease for about 4,000 square feet in the complex, located at 6565 Americas Parkway NE. Candace Beeke, who joined Business First as publisher…

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Posted 28 Oct 15 By: No comments yet

Maestas: It’s about jobs

Philanthropy is usually associated with things like the arts, education and the environment, but the field of charitable giving has been broadened to include economic development by the Albuquerque Community Foundation. “If we create jobs in this community, it will solve every other problem we have,” prominent local businessman and foundation trustee Steve Maestas told…

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Posted 20 Oct 15 By: No comments yet

Real estate group spotlights veteran ABQ broker with unique honor

John Henderson III has spent four decades in commercial real estate and is known among Albuquerque brokers as someone who is quick-witted, a leader and most of all, a mentor. Todd Clarke of NM Apartment Advisors described Henderson as one of a handful of individuals who molded Albuquerque’s real estate community into one that is…

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Posted 17 Sep 15 By: No comments yet

More development on tap for Central corridor between Old Town, Downtown

A steady swell of activity is slowly changing the face of Central Avenue between Old Town and Downtown, and now another property owner is joining the wave. Owners of a vacant lot near 14th and Central NW have plans to build a new 5,000-square-foot building for future use by restaurant and retail tenants. Jim Hakeem…

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Posted 24 Jul 15 By: No comments yet

East Albuquerque has a new brewery—Quarter Celtic Brew Pub

It may be hidden from the main road and away from the typical brewery corridor, but the owners of Albuquerque’s next brewery say a trip off the beaten path to their new brew pub will be well worth it. Brothers Ror and Brady McKeown with business partners David Facey and Lee Jay Wilson will open a…

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Posted 20 Jul 15 By: No comments yet

A retail desert no more

In the heat of a summer afternoon last week, heavy machinery beeped and coursed around Carmike Cinemas’ under-construction, 12-screen movie theater at Coors and Rio Bravo. Nearby, a two-man crew positioned a sign for a forthcoming Sushi King restaurant. In the meantime, gym-goers broke a sweat at the area’s new Planet Fitness, and cars queued…

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Real estate buyers eye the Duke City again

Back on the radar: Real estate buyers eye the Duke City again It took one phone call for Alfredo Barrenechea of Absolute Investment Realty to sell a property on Alameda Boulevard with a Burger King on it. He also listed a property featuring a national pizza chain and got 12 quick offers. That one sold…

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Rad(ish) opens Downtown Albuquerque

CuppyCakes duo opens restaurant Cami Jones and Alexis Dowling are doing to breakfast and lunch what they’ve done to dessert – make it a little bit healthier.   The duo behind CuppyCakes – a line of low-calorie, bite-size frosted treats – have expanded their repertoire with a new Downtown restaurant. Rad(ish) – which uses the tag…

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Posted 16 Jul 15 By: No comments yet

Todd Strickland

ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO – July 16, 2015 – NAI Maestas & Ward, a member of the world’s premier managed network of commercial real estate firms, announced today that Todd Strickland has been promoted to Senior Advisor. Todd joined NAI Maestas & Ward as an Advisor in 2011 and specializes in the lease and sale of Office…

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Posted 14 Jul 15 By: No comments yet

Report says industrial real estate activity highest since 2007

Albuquerque’s industrial real estate market continues to improve, as occupancy climbs and rents remain steady. A new report by CBRE New Mexico shows Albuquerque’s industrial buildings and warehouses experienced positive absorption for the 11th quarter in a row. Year-to-date net absorption hit nearly 400,000 square feet, the highest amount of first half activity recorded in…

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Posted 09 Jul 15 By: No comments yet

Steve Maestas reflects on six months at Fed helm, real estate projects and his future

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Steve Maestas, the founder of Albuquerque’s NAI Maestas & Ward, is recognized as a local business leader in the commercial real estate and development field. He’s also past chair of Albuquerque Economic Development and a trustee for the Albuquerque Community Foundation. He was recently appointed chairman of the board of directors of the Kansas City…

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Posted 25 Jun 15 By: No comments yet

East Downtown MMA facility takes shape — looks for restaurant, retail operators

The Jackson/Wink MMA fighting and training facility in Albuquerque’s East Downtown is beginning to take shape. The mats are in, a second octagon is on its way and some of the facility’s living units have been rented out. Coaches Greg Jackson and Mike Winklejohn are behind the new center, located on the northeast corner of…

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Posted 29 May 15 By: 1 comment

Las Estancias Development Update

Restaurant interest increases as construction on South Valley movie theater hits midpoint Albuquerque residents or visitors driving by the Las Estancias development in Albuquerque’s South Valley may have noticed a massive structure taking shape. It’s the new 47,000-square-foot Carmike Cinemas (Nasdaq: CKEC) movie theater — the first such amenity in the South Valley in recent…

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Posted 22 May 15 By: No comments yet

Millennials leading the way

New Mexico….Multi-family Housing update 2015 Multi-family Housing is coming of age in New Mexico and the Millennial Generation is spurring the growth.  The old adage of “location, location, location” is ever present as the placement of a property in relation to cultural, educational, entertainment and natural amenities becomes a major factor in the value of…

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Posted 07 May 15 By: No comments yet

GandyDancer Railroad and Excavating Services New Headquarters

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE May 7, 2015   GandyDancer Railroad and Excavating Services New Headquarters Albuquerque, New Mexico – GandyDancer Railroad and Excavating Services has completed the purchase of a new headquarters and maintenance location at 5801 Bobby Foster Road SE.  GandyDancer’s (the name is slang for railroad worker) new facility features an 18,000 square foot…

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Posted 27 Mar 15 By: No comments yet

Hardscrabble tale charms luncheon (Albuquerque Journal)

More than 500 people listened to a story evocative of New Mexico’s dusty and rural past about a woman’s hardscrabble contribution to the state at Thursday’s quarterly investor’s luncheon of Albuquerque Economic Development. Told by Debbie Harms, CEO of commercial real-estate services firm NAI Maestas & Ward, the story recounted how a young widow named…

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Posted 26 Mar 15 By: No comments yet

Young commercial real estate players emerging in Albuquerque market (Albuquerque Business First)

Call them millennials or young professionals — they call themselves developing leaders. And in the commercial real estate industry in Albuquerque, they are quickly organizing. Three leaders — Josh Rogers, Clayton King and Chris Clepper — have taken the reins of a newly refreshed NAIOP – New Mexico  group for the younger set. NAIOP is the commercial…

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Posted 19 Mar 15 By: No comments yet

Investors offer free land on Albuquerque’s west side to right employer

Watch – Jim Wible’s Interview on  Watch KOB 4 Eyewitness News Some investors are offering up acres of land near Paseo del Norte for free, so long as they go to the right employer. The west side of Albuquerque has been built up big time with housing developments, but large employers haven’t quite kept up. “This…

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Posted 23 Feb 15 By: No comments yet

Albuquerque Innovation Fund to offer grants to business-boosting nonprofits (Albuquerque Business First)

Later this spring, more Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation money will come to Albuquerque to support entrepreneurial efforts, said Steve Maestas, the CEO of Maestas Development Group and founder of NAI Maestas & Ward. The new Albuquerque Innovation Fund will go live on March 27 as a partnership between the city of Albuquerque, the Kauffman Foundation…

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Posted 30 Jan 15 By: No comments yet

Finding Flexibility on Unser Boulevard

Vivify Hot Yoga Opening Next Week New Mexico natives, Sean and Lisa Kehoe found peace with hot yoga. Now, they are embarking on bringing this invigorating experience to a new studio in Rio Rancho. Vivify Hot Yoga is set to open this coming week with breathtaking and unblocked views of the Sandia mountains. The owners,…

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Posted 23 Jan 15 By: No comments yet

RICHIE B’S PIZZA IS COMING TO ALBUQUERQUE

New York Style Pizza to be Served at Louisiana Shopping Center Preston Smith, a local entrepreneur is bringing a zesty national franchise to Albuquerque. Richie B’s Pizza has multiple locations throughout the nation including, Oregon, Colorado and Alabama and will soon be opening their first New Mexico location. Richie B’s is well- known for the…

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Posted 21 Jan 15 By: No comments yet

Movie theater marks latest project at $70 million Las Estancias development (Albuquerque Business First)

Albuquerque’s South Valley hasn’t been known as a night-out-at-the-movies kind of destination, but that could all change this year, as Carmike Cinemas (Nasdaq: CKEC) starts construction on a 12-screen theater this week at Las Estancias. Las Estancias is the 550,000-square-foot, $70 million retail development with a health care facility on almost 80 acres at the…

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Posted 18 Dec 14 By: No comments yet

John Henderson III to Retire at end of December

John Henderson III, Director, specializing in the investment and leasing of office properties, has been highly recognized as a leading member of the Albuquerque real estate industry for over 40 years. John has been the recipient of many real estate industry accolades including recognition as the REALTOR of the Year for both Commercial Association of…

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Posted 04 Dec 14 By: No comments yet

Now We’re Cooking to Move in January

 As Seen in Albuquerque Journal After 23 years in the same location, a popular Albuquerque kitchen store is ready to mix things up. Now We’re Cooking will move northward in January, leaving its longtime home at Academy and Wyoming NE for new digs at Paseo del Norte and Wyoming NE. Now We’re Cooking will remain…

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Posted 09 Oct 14 By: No comments yet

GOVERNOR ANNOUNCES FLAGSHIP FOOD GROUP’S ENTRY TO NEW MEXICO

Flagship Food Group Intends to Hire 300 People Flagship Food Group is known for manufacturing processed foods and delivering these goods both on the national and international level. They have now selected a site in New Mexico for their new headquarters location. On October 7th, Governor Susana Martinez, and Mayor Richard Berry announced the entry…

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Posted 26 Sep 14 By: No comments yet

Cafe Caribe, Latin American restaurant opening in Downtown Albuquerque (Albuquerque Business First)

A rookie restaurant owner is planning to bring a new style of cuisine to Downtown Albuquerque. Alejandro Arteaga said he’ll open Café Caribe ABQ in December at Downtown Albuquerque’s 4th Street Mall — which is now under reconstruction. Arteaga, who will act as owner and chef, said the restaurant will offer Latin-Caribbean cuisine. He said…

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Posted 10 Sep 14 By: No comments yet

Shelly Branscom featured in ABQ Business First; CREW-NM program helps 20 transition into area workforce

Under the radar this summer, the Commercial Real Estate Women (CREW) New Mexico chapter embarked on an inaugural outreach project. But while it wasn’t meant to be a big splash, members say it had a big effect on them and Crossroads for Women, which partnered with CREW for a half-day vocational workshop for Crossroads clients….

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Posted 11 Jul 14 By: No comments yet

Innovate ABQ is a Reality

First Baptist Church Sale Completed First Baptist Church has completed the sale to UNM/Lobo Development and the City of Albuquerque the historic First Baptist Church property located at Central and Broadway. The buyer has stated previously the site will be used to house Innovate ABQ, the business incubator to be managed by STC UNM. The…

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La Monica Shops seeing activity

South Valley Sees Opening of Two New Stores La Monica Shops, located in the southeast quadrant of Coors and Rio Bravo, has signed leases with two new tenants. The South Valley is now home to Smiles for Kids Dentistry and the Cash Store. With close to 41,000 households, the South Valley has been one of…

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Posted 07 Jul 14 By: No comments yet

Barber’s Knock Answered

Traditional Barber Shop is Open for Business New Mexico native, Meshelle Alonzo, is opening a full service barbershop in the north heights at San Pedro Plaza. Meshelle Alonzo is a first time small business owner with the desire to offer the services of an old fashioned barber shop. The Barber’s Knock will offer hot shaves…

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Posted 04 Jul 14 By: No comments yet

Circle K takes interest on the West Side

Circle K Plans to Open at Bridge and Old Coors With just over 2.27 acres of land on the southwest corner of Bridge and Old Coors, Circle K plans to become the new neighbor. Known for their “On Your Corner. In Your Corner” community service perspective, Circle K plans to open on the corner of…

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Posted 01 Jul 14 By: No comments yet

House of Football coming to Rio Rancho

House of Football is about to open another door.   By Jessica Dyer / Journal Staff Writer PUBLISHED: Tuesday, June 24, 2014 at 7:07 am The locally owned NFL fan store formerly known as Krystal’s will expand with a Rio Rancho location this summer. The new shop will go into Country Club Plaza at 3301…

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Posted 23 Jun 14 By: No comments yet

New High School Charter Opening

Explore Academy Brings New Perspective to Charter Schools    New charter school aims to include the student and the community perspective throughout the learning process. The new Explore Academy leased over 30,000 square feet near Osuna and I-25. The Founder and former teacher, Just Baiardo, realized the need for a bottom up philosophy, which is…

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Posted 09 Jun 14 By: No comments yet

Local Entrepreneur Opens Cigar Shop

Christopher’s Mainstay Set For Grand Opening This July Microbreweries poured passion and momentum into Christopher Mains’ unique cigar shop concept, which includes a shave. After over two decades in the IT industry, Christopher Mains disconnects from the technology scene and exhales his new Cigar Shop & Lounge into the intersection of Golf Course and Irving….

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Posted 06 Jun 14 By: No comments yet

Partners grow Einstein’s franchise base in Albuquerque area

Jun 5, 2014, 12:20pm MDT Damon Scott,Reporter-Albuquerque Business First Partners Mike and Natalie Palmer and Shirley A. Fite inked a deal this week for an Einstein Bros Bagels franchise location at Albuquerque’s Riverside Plaza shopping center. Partners Mike and Natalie Palmer and Shirley A. Fite inked a deal this week for an Einstein Bros Bagels…

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Posted 23 May 14 By: No comments yet

Steve Kraemer Joins NAI Maestas & Ward

ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO – May 23, 2014 – NAI Maestas & Ward, a member of the world’s premier managed network of commercial real estate firms, announced today that Steve Kraemer joined the firm as an Office Advisor. In this role, Steve will primarily focus on the leasing and sale of office commercial properties. Steve Kraemer…

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Steve Kraemer Joins NAI Maestas & Ward

  ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO – May 23, 2014 – NAI Maestas & Ward, a member of the world’s premier managed network of commercial real estate firms, announced today that Steve Kraemer joined the firm as an Office Advisor. In this role, Steve will primarily focus on the leasing and sale of office commercial properties. Steve…

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Posted 20 May 14 By: No comments yet

George Chronis Joins NAI Maestas & Ward

  ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO – May 20, 2014 – NAI Maestas & Ward, a member of the world’s premier managed network of commercial real estate firms, announced today that George Chronis joined the firm as a Multifamily Advisor. In this role, George will primarily focus on the leasing and sale of multifamily commercial properties. George Chronis…

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Posted 19 May 14 By: No comments yet

Diller, Flanagan head new Maestas & Ward investment arm

as seen in Albuquerque Business First     Rich Diller says even though Albuquerque real estate has seen recessionary fits and starts, it has proven to be a good investment. Out-of-state buyer groups are investigating the Albuquerque market, he said, in some cases for the first time ever.“People are looking for a return, and often…

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Diller, Flanagan head new Maestas & Ward investment arm

as seen in Albuquerque Business First     Rich Diller says even though Albuquerque real estate has seen recessionary fits and starts, it has proven to be a good investment. Out-of-state buyer groups are investigating the Albuquerque market, he said, in some cases for the first time ever.“People are looking for a return, and often…

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RR shopping center getting new life

RR shopping center getting new life   The Rio Rancho Shopping Center at 4100 Southern Blvd. SE has been getting some increased attention lately.There is a forthcoming Walmart Neighborhood Market, in the early stages of construction, after the demolition of a government building on the more than nine-acre site. NAI Maestas & Ward advisers Clayton…

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Shelly Branscom Attains Senior Advisor

ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO – April 30, 2014 – NAI Maestas & Ward, a member of the world’s premier managed network of commercial real estate firms, announced today the promotion of Shelly Branscom to Senior Advisor. Shelly Branscom is an office specialist who is also experienced with handling school properties. She joined the NAI Maestas &…

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Gannon Coffman Joins NAI Maestas & Ward

  ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO – April 29, 2014 – NAI Maestas & Ward, a member of the world’s premier managed network of commercial real estate firms, announced today that Gannon Coffman joined the firm as a Retail Advisor. In this role, Gannon will primarily focus on the leasing and sale of retail commercial properties. Gannon…

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Four Advisors at NAI Maestas & Ward Recognized on a Global Level

NAI Global Recognizes Outstanding Performance   Stephanie Chang NAI Maestas & Ward    Las Vegas, Nevada – February 21, 2014:  NAI Global, the largest, most powerful global network of owner-operated commercial real estate brokerage firms, announced today that Rich Diller, CCIM, Director was recognized at performing at the Silver Elite level. Cole Flanagan, CPA, Senior…

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NAI Maestas & Ward names Debbie Harms Operating Partner; as seen in ABQ Business First

Debbie Harms

NAI Maestas & Ward names Debbie Harms operating partner Damon Scott, Reporter Albuquerque Business First   Debbie Harms and Steve Maestas merged their property management entities about five years ago. Now they’ve officially merged leadership responsibilities at Albuquerque’s NAI Maestas & Ward Commercial Real Estate. Harms is now the operating manager at the firm after being the managing…

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What it takes to be elite

What it takes to be elite Top Commercial Real Estate Firm Awards Its Best Written by: Stephanie Chang ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO – February 10, 2014 – NAI Maestas & Ward is delighted to congratulate Cole Flanagan, John Henderson III, Brett Hills, Keith Meyer, Shelly Branscom, and Todd Strickland for their outstanding performance. This group of…

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Growstones, Inc. Cracking the Mold

Growstones, Inc. Cracking the Mold Written by: Stephanie Chang Improving Albuquerque’s Footprint Growstones Inc. has a manufacturing process that uses recycled materials to improve soil structure. Helping Albuquerque to overcome its limited ability to recycle glass, Growstones Inc. is breaking up the scene. Its patented manufacturing process takes glass from landfills and turns it into one…

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Albuquerque’s Shops on Menaul strip center sold

Shops on Menaul - Cole

Albuquerque’s Shops on Menaul strip center sold Damon Scott Reporter- Albuquerque Business First | Dec 27, 2013, 9:50am MST A 16,200-square-foot strip center at one of Albuquerque’s busiest intersections has been sold. The Shops on Menaul, a nine-tenant retail center, was sold to Monarch Park LLC of California for an undisclosed amount. The property has previously been listed…

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Brett Hills Appetite for Restaurant Deals and Skiing as seen in Albuquerque Business First

Brett Hills ABQ Business First

Broker has a real appetite for restaurant deals and skiing Damon Scott Reporter- Albuquerque Business First | Dec 27, 2013, 4:00am MST Albuquerque began its acquaintance with Brett Hills after he landed here from Easton, Pa., with a degree from Lafayette College. He came to New Mexico in part because the skiing options, wide open spaces and mountains…

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CARNM names 2013 Realtor of the Year – ABQ Journal

Dave Hill CARNM REALTOR 2013

CARNM names Realtor of the year, top deals  By Richard Metcalf / Journal Staff Writer | 2 days ago Dave Hill, an office real estate broker and director at NAI Maestas & Ward, was named Realtor of the Year, while Colliers International swept the marketing deals of the year awards, at the Commercial Association of Realtors New Mexico…

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New Westside Pizza 9 Showcasing Gluten Free Pasta

Pizza 9

NEW WESTSIDE PIZZA 9 SHOWCASING GLUTEN FREE PASTA The Third Westside Location Has Big Plans Written by: Stephanie Chang Enchantment Pizza Inc., Pizza 9 Franchise Owner, opened their first Pizza 9 location in October of 2012 and have just opened a third Westside location this October. With over 3,000 square feet, this location has already been…

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Calder Conrad joins NAI Maestas & Ward

Calder Conrad

Calder Conrad recently joined NAI Maestas & Ward as a real estate professional specializing in retail properties. Calder was previously a Finance Manager for Sandia BMW and is dedicated to producing superior outcomes. He has provided proven results in the financial arena and has an avid business skill set. His enthusiastic approach, will bring a…

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First Baptist Church site on the market – ABQ Business First

First Baptist Church site on the market after years sitting idle It’s a prime piece of real estate on the edge of Downtown Albuquerque, but has been a magnet for transients in recent years. Now it’s on the market after being under a contract option with Albuquerque Public Schools for several years. The vacant First…

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Calibers Range is Getting Larger

Calibers

Calibers Opening Newest Location on West Side Written by: Stephanie Chang Former gas station, convenience store and quick service restaurant will now be home to Calibers Shooting Sports Center. Just over two years after the Calibers opened at Washington and Cutler, plans for another location arise. With 1.336 acres of land and a 5,923 square…

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The Mother of All Boot Camps

Strollers, Sweat, and Calorie Burning, Oh My! Written by: Stephanie Chang Ready to amp up its first physical location, this well established franchise hits the road with strollers; providing various fitness classes. Meghan Pflepsen is an ACE (American Council on Exercise) certified group fitness instructor who loves staying fit and has been running Baby Boot…

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Presidential Plaza Gears Up for the Opening of SWEAT Yoga

SWEAT Yoga Building

Yoga Classes Will Be Held in 1,900 Square Foot Studio Written by: Stephanie Chang It has been just over four months since the lease signing and the interior design work is complete at SWEAT Yoga Studio. On schedule to open, this 4,500 square foot space includes the 1,900 square foot studio, a day care, high…

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Capstone Targets Students for Cottage Style Housing

Capstone

Developer creating “Cottages of New Mexico” near UNM Community being developed targeted at college students. This urban community is not your average complex. Already taking lease applications, Capstone Collegiate Community, is located just east of Interstate 25 and Gibson.  The Alabama based developer has been extremely successful and developed over $3 billion in projects nationwide….

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The Tale of Two Cycles

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Dr. Peter Linneman, NAI Global Chief Economist “They were the best of times, they were the worst of times; each with too much supply in the face of cyclically low demand. Just as in Dickens’ Tale of Two Cities, every real estate cycle is the same, yet every cycle is different,” Dr. Peter Linneman stated…

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SWEAT Yoga Studio readies for opening, as seen in Albuquerque Business First

SWEAT Yoga Studio readies for opening Damon Scott, Reporter – Albuquerque Business First The city’s newest hot yoga studio is preparing to open in the Northeast Heights near Interstate 25 and Osuna Road. SWEAT Yoga Studio will be located in a former Alphagraphics space in The Shops @ Presidential Plaza. The owners of SWEAT are married…

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Stone Age Dominates Albuquerque Market

Local Climbing Gym Relocates to Accommodate Growing Enthusiasts Written by: Stephanie Chang Stone Age Climbing gym, Albuquerque’s largest climbing gym, will soon be located just off Interstate 40.  Major renovations will completely transform the building once occupied by Spa & Billiard World.  Once completely polished, Stone Age will be New Mexico’s state of the art…

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Small Animal Hospital Grand Opening

La Cueva Animal Hospital

La Cueva Animal Hospital Seeks to Enrich Pet Health Written by: Stephanie Chang On Saturday, July 27th the Grand Opening of the La Cueva Animal Hospital will take place. Not only will there be great giveaways, but there will also be treats for pets and humans. Forbes ranked Albuquerque 3rd for America’s Most Pet Friendly…

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Fiesta Yarns Spreading Its Colors

Fiesta Yarns

Local Yarn Dyer of Thirty Years Relocates Written by: Stephanie Chang The Village of Corrales is known for its agriculture and proximity to the Rio Grande River. Surrounded by nature, it is no wonder that a local yarn dyer emerged from this serene place. Wool dying was established in Rome around 715 BC and the…

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Driving School Focuses on Education

Jenkins Drivers Education

Drivers Ed Opens Near Cottonwood Mall Written by: Stephanie Chang Jenkins Drivers Ed creates strategy surrounding involved students, expanding operations. Education has become the forefront of many topics in the Albuquerque area. Jenkins Drivers Ed realizes the importance extra-curricular activities play on graduation rates. Its class schedule is flexible and works with students if they…

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Innovative Moving is Moving

Innovative Moving Systems

Commercial Moving Company Doubles Its Space Written by: Stephanie Chang Innovative Moving Systems is taking its operations to a new height. This company is stretching the notions of commercial moving with its fresh framework. Created by New Mexico natives, Wayne and Chase Moss, Innovative Moving Systems was founded just over two years ago. Featured in…

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Chiropractic Firm Expanding; Keeps Albuquerque Active

Bernaillo Marketplace - SunBear Chiropractic

 SunBear Chiropractic Finds New Market to Keep Mobile Written by: Stephanie Chang Sunbear Chiropractic opens in the main shopping center of Bernalillo, bringing its services to an underserved area.  Sunbear Chiropractic is locally owned and well known for its focus on patient education. Dr. William “Bill” Dogget, first opened Sunbear Chiropractic in 1982 and works…

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Encompassing Technology; Making a Better City – CH2MHill

3721 Rutledge: CH2MHill

 CH2MHill Maintains the Whole Lifecycle Written by: Stephanie Chang Helping to improve and grow industry in Albuquerque, CH2MHill is focused on sustainability. Being a global leader in consulting, design, operations and program management, as well as consultation, CH2MHill is now home to 7,639 square feet located just off Jefferson and Paseo del Norte. Aside from…

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Applebee’s Coming Soon to Coors and Montano

Applebee's Restaurant

New Applebee’s Location to Open This Year Written by: Stephanie Chang With the summer’s longer days and great weather coming, Applebee’s plans to bring its Fresh Flavors of Summer to the Taylor Ranch area. Applebee’s newly revamped locations are doing well in the Albuquerque area, and soon the opening of a ninth location at the…

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First Rate Sweet Treat Concept Opens

Family Owned Baked Good Concept Incorporates Gelato Written by: Stephanie Chang Oh My Sweet Cravings is stepping outside the normal everyday drive-thru options in Bernalillo. Located just off 550 in Bernalillo, Oh My Sweet Cravings is stepping up with a new sweet treat concept. This family owned business has creations for gelato and cupcakes that…

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Private and Government Sector Service Company Relocates

One of the Fastest Growing Companies in the U.S. Brings Opportunity to Albuquerque. Written by: Stephanie Chang Albuquerque, New Mexico – May 2, 2013 – Providing a plethora of resources, JGMS, Inc. also has a focus to positively impact communities through charitable support programs.  JGMS, Inc. was founded in 2001 and is certified by the…

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Albuquerque comes together to raise over $7000.00 to aid victims in Boston

Over 500 Runners Participated in the Boston Marathon Relief Run Written by: Stephanie Chang Albuquerque, New Mexico – April  22, 2013 – In an effort to help those impacted by the tragedy in Boston, the citizens of Albuquerque joined forces to raise funds for victims by running in the Boston Marathon Relief Run. Albuquerque Running…

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Albuquerque Publishing Company Building Sold

Written by: Stephanie Chang Albuquerque, New Mexico, March 20, 2013 – An Albuquerque downtown mainstay sold by the Albuquerque Publishing Company.  The Albuquerque Publishing Company is the production and distribution agent for the Albuquerque Journal and has been serving New Mexico since the 1880’s. It recently sold its 5,950 square foot building located at the…

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Increase in Housing in the Albuquerque Metro

Written by: Stephanie Chang Albuquerque, New Mexico – February 25, 2013 – New residential mortgage lender will start servicing the Albuquerque area as of March 1st, 2013. Lewallen Mortgage will be located just east of San Mateo and north of the Arroyo del Oso Golf Course in the Academy Office Park. This location is close…

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Commissioner Art De La Cruz, Community Leaders Break Ground on Las Estancias Commercial Development

 Issued by Bernalillo County,   Andrew Lenderman  February 16, 2013 Hundreds of New Jobs, More Services Planned for South Valley Bernalillo County – Commissioner Art De La Cruz and community leaders today broke ground on a major commercial construction project that aims to bring hundreds of jobs and new services to the South Valley and the Southwestern…

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Algodones, NM Sees Rise in Real Estate Activity

Algodones, New Mexico – February 12, 2013 – As the trend in commercial real estate stays steady the small town of Algodones, New Mexico peaks in commercial real estate transactions. Algodones, New Mexico recently had three acres of land sold on January 31, 2013. This property was on the market less than three months and…

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U.S. 8th Largest Mortgage Lender Sees Growth in Albuquerque

Written by: Stephanie Chang Albuquerque, New Mexico –February 1, 2013 – As the downward trend in home sales comes to an end, this mortgage lender is ready to utilize its trending technology to effectively serve the rise in clients. Sierra Pacific Mortgage Company has been successfully operating in Albuquerque for over 26 years.  They are…

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Immigration attorneys expansion in Albuquerque

Maney|Gordon, Attorneys at Law Proclaim the Relocation of their Albuquerque Office. Albuquerque, New Mexico – January 9, 2013 – New business growth and office space leasing activity in the Gibson and Yale area were led by Maney|Gordon, Attorneys at Law, a company with over 35 years’ experience specialized in immigration law. Maney|Gordon, Attorneys at Law…

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Erik Olson, CCIM | Silver Moon Lodge site plans to be discussed | KOB Eyewitness News 4 | December 10, 2012

Silver Moon Lodge site plans to be discussed Posted at: 12/10/2012 4:46 PM | Updated at: 12/10/2012 6:26 PM By: Chris Ramirez, KOB Eyewitness News 4 There is a plan to replace what once was the Silver Moon Lodge at Central and 10th near Downtown Albuquerque. The plan calls for a 151-unit apartment complex, holding…

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Steve Maestas | Maestas named to Federal Reserve Bank Board | NM Business Weekly | December 3, 2012

Maestas named to Federal Reserve Bank Board Steve  Maestas, the managing partner of NAI Maestas and Ward Commercial Real Estate, will serve as deputy director of the bank’s board in 2013. New Mexico Business Weekly by Dennis Domrzalski, Reporter Date: Monday, December 3, 2012. Maestas, the managing partner of NAI Maestas and Ward Commercial Real Estate,…

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Alternative Health Concepts Outgrows Its Location

Written by: Stephanie Chang With the upward trend of individuals seeking healthier lifestyles, Alternative Health Concepts (AHC) has been significantly improving lives, while growing its business. Due to its growing number of clientele, Alternative Health Concepts found itself outgrowing its 800 square foot office.  AHC recently leased a 2,000 square foot office/warehouse space on Ellison just…

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Global Energy Resource Company Fills Vacancy off the Big I

Written by: Stephanie Chang The bustling arterial of Pan American Freeway is now the home to Layne Southwest Inc., a national company dedicated to providing responsible resource solutions. Layne Southwest Inc., previously Reynolds Inc., officially opened doors to their new office on November 1st. Layne Southwest Inc. is a diversified company that specializes in water…

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Criterion Systems, Inc. Opens Doors in Albuquerque

New Mexico, long time home of government agencies, military bases, laboratories, and research facilities, welcomes the newest company becoming “local.” Criterion Systems, Inc. officially opened doors to their Albuquerque facility on September 20. The Virginia-based company specializes in cyber security, cloud computing, infrastructure operations, system engineering, and identity management. Criterion’s clients include the Departments of…

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Historic Schwartzman / Mudd Volleyball Land for Sale

Historic Schwartzman Land for Sale By Elaine D. Briseño Journal Staff Writer Albuquerque Journal October 6, 2012 Family wants to keep Mudd Volleyball Tournament A property that includes the site of the popular Carrie Tingley Hospital annual Mudd Volleyball Tournament is up for sale. The Mudd Volleyball site is part of the 400-acre property that…

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NAI Maestas & Ward to Market 400 + Acre Schwartzman Property in ABQ South Valley

The new “Schwartzman Commerce Center” will bring good jobs, new companies, and vital commerce to the South Valley (Albuquerque, NM): New Mexico commercial real estate firm NAI Maestas & Ward announced today that it is marketing for sale the 400-plus acre Schwartzman family property, located in Albuquerque’s South Valley. The Schwartzman family, which has owned much…

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Brett Hills | Vinaigrette restaurant to open near Old Town

Vinaigrette restaurant to open near Old Town New Mexico Business Weekly by Steve Ginsberg, Reporter Date: Thursday, September 6, 2012, 2:49pm MDT Santa Fe restaurateur Erin Wade is bringing her upscale salad bistro Vinaigrette to Albuquerque. Wade has signed a lease at 1916 Central Ave. SW for 3,300 square feet and will open in November, according…

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