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Jan 6, 2017

“The downtown skyline is changing,” said Albuquerque Mayor Richard Berry as he surveyed a currently vacant space on the northeast corner of Central Avenue and First Street, “and that’s a good thing.”

Dec 16, 2016

In early November, members of the Santa Fe City Council unanimously approved an ordinance allowing for residents to sell the produce they grow from their own home gardens.

Dec 9, 2016

It was a moment that shocked Phoenix preservationists and strongly divided the local community regarding the future of a well-known local landmark famous for its post-World War II modern design...

Dec 6, 2016

An inspiring example of the Spanish Colonial Revival style that graced a number of public structures in the 1930s is on the verge of a significant renovation on the Las Vegas campus of Highlands University.

Nov 22, 2016

Up to $600,000 in local funds have been secured for the creation of a first-ever library in Socorro, Texas.

Nov 21, 2016

In the end, it was nothing less than a terrific spectacle as hundreds of residents gathered in downtown Denver to watch the red brick, 150-ton, Kirkland Museum studio being moved from its long-time location at East 13th Avenue and Pearl Street to a new site in the city’s Golden Triangle neighborhood.

Nov 8, 2016

A distinguished three-story red brick building built in 1896 in the town of Cripple Creek, Colorado is about to see new life as a hotel.

Nov 2, 2016

If built, it will be one of the largest facilities of its kind in recent memory on the main campus of the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque.

Oct 25, 2016

The plans are all in place for the development of some 36 acres of vacant desert land near the intersection of E. University Avenue and S. Telshor Boulevard in Las Cruces.

Oct 18, 2016

...That model is both simple and complex: to transform a nearly 200,000 square foot former Kmart based in Yuma, Arizona into what is being called the Veterans Neurological Research Center for the treatment of people with Alzheimer’s.

Oct 10, 2016

An Albuquerque two-story brick motel with nearly 70 rooms that was once regarded as the latest in modern motel offerings is soon to be no more.

Oct 7, 2016

After months of conversations, the schematic design is nearing completion on what is being called the Interdisciplinary Research Building, a 150,000 square-foot structure that will be used by the faculty and members of all of UTEP’s academic departments.

Sep 27, 2016

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Sep 26, 2016

 Members of the association, which is around four hundred strong, are now hoping to  centralize their services and programs with the construction of their first-ever home.

It will officially be called the Tibet Center for Culture and Ethics for Colorado.

Sep 21, 2016

A sweep of undeveloped desert land some four miles to the west of the center of Los Lunas could soon become a hub of manufacturing and transportation.

Sep 15, 2016

In a one-of-a-kind move to address the problem, a Citizens Facilities Advisory Committee, composed of educators, parents, residents and others, was tasked early this year with two difficult challenges.

The first was what schools should be closed, what schools should remain open and upgraded, and what new schools should be built.

The second challenge was the price tag: how much would such a sweeping closing, upgrading, and new construction campaign cost?

Sep 8, 2016

Four years after the voters of Denver approved an unprecedented $466 million bond issue for new school construction and upgrades, a new bond will appear on this fall’s ballot asking for even more money.

Aug 30, 2016

Now, with the awarding of two 9 percent housing tax credits valued at $30 million, HACEP is growing some more with the planned construction of two new communities....

Aug 24, 2016

The installation of two aquaponics domes, measuring 33 feet in height, may seem like a curious university construction project, but in the case of the New Mexico School for the Deaf, they dovetail perfectly with the school’s history.

Aug 16, 2016

The big news came in July when the ground was broken on a $35 million, 159,000 square-foot structure that will be, upon completion, Innovate ABQ’s first operational building.

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