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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