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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 07 Sep 16 By: No comments yet

Tour the Emerald Building on 4th St

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View the overview video of this new 3 story office building on 4th street. This building has a modern contemporary feel with all the perks.
Monument signage available
Gated and covered parking w/ keypad entry
Tenant Improvement Dollars Available
Great location with easy access to I-25 & I-40

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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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