As part of a larger roadmap that is expected to see a 7 percent increase in its national square footage this year and more than 900 additional stores, Dollar General is planning to build a new location in the village of Alcalde, New Mexico.
Because their current facility at 135 Reese Drive belongs to the Ruidoso Middle School District and may soon be sold, officials with Ruidoso’s growing Boys & Girls Club want to build a home of their own.
Ongoing efforts to save and rehabilitate the historic Amador Hotel at 180 W. Amador Avenue in Las Cruces have received a tentative green light with an agreement that could also see the development of property adjacent to the hotel.
In a move to expand its presence in Santa Fe and northern New Mexico, Presbyterian Healthcare Services has announced plans to build a 277,000 square foot hospital and outpatient complex in the capital city.
Saying that it will save money in the long run, Governor Susana Martinez has approved legislation that will allow the New Mexico Department of Transportation to implement design-build procedures for highway and road projects that are partially or wholly funded by the federal government.
With a thriving art gallery and living artist community intact in north Boulder, a new project may see the construction of space that will provide housing for those artists as well as additional work and gallery space.
In the wake of a veto by New Mexico Governor Susana Martinez denying up to $8 million in state funding for the construction of a new health sciences center in Rio Rancho, University of New Mexico and city officials are trying to decide their next move.