MetroABQ Newsletter -- January

MetroABQ Newsletter -- January
by Chris Lucas


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A Colossal Mile Hi Uptown Hummingbird

A Colossal Mile Hi Uptown Hummingbird
by Chris Lucas

The Colossal Mile Hi Uptown Hummingbird  Read More


Old Town's Tiguex Park

Old Town's Tiguex Park
by Chris Lucas

Tiguex Park in the MetroABQ's Old Town is an amazing greenspace in the heart of the city. At almost 8&1/2 acres, it sits next to the ABQ Museum, the Explora Science Center, the Rattlesnake Museum & near the iconic 400+ years-old Old Town Plaza.  Read More


Where in the MetroABQ are you? Vista del Norte NE

Where in the MetroABQ are you? Vista del Norte NE
by Chris Lucas

Welcome to Vista del Norte NE!  Read More


Random Sampling of Public Art in the NE Heights: Washington Bridge

Random Sampling of Public Art in the NE Heights: Washington Bridge
by Chris Lucas

The Metro has an extensive public art collection, represented in all quadrants & in some out-of-the-way places. When I know I will have extra time in an area of the city, I check the city's Interactive Public Art Map & seek out interesting public art.
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Pocket Park Along The Santo Domingo Trail -- MetroABQ NW

Pocket Park Along The Santo Domingo Trail -- MetroABQ NW
by Chris Lucas

On my way to a new listing (with a cool 3-D Walking Tour) in the Taylor Ranch neighborhood of Santa Fe Village, I pass a shaded little pocket park. Thirty-year mature shade trees line a 1/10-mile walkway with benches on each side; it meanders over a San Antonio arroyo culvert & connects to the Santo Domingo Bikepath greenspace. The park is a slice of green on the edge of busy Unser Blvd on one side & the limited-access Santa Fe Village pocket neighborhood on the other.   Read More


Where in the MetroABQ Are You?

Where in the MetroABQ Are You?
by Chris Lucas

Where in the MetroABQ Are You? Read More


Two Offerings Unique to the MetroABQ (reprint)

Two Offerings Unique to the MetroABQ (reprint)
by Chris Lucas

Just east of the West Side Cottonwood Mall shopping district, across the Rio Grande, is an amazing jumping off point for the miles of trails & bike paths along the river and beyond. You can go from the stop-and-go streetlight congestion around the Mall area, to the serene Rio Grande Bosque trails within seconds after crossing over the Alameda Bridge.
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