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Posted 18 Jan 16 By: No comments yet

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

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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

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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 16 Jul 15 By: No comments yet

Todd Strickland

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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 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 22 May 15 By: No comments yet

Millennials leading the way

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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

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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 26 Mar 15 By: No comments yet

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

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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

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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)

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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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