MetroABQ Newsletter -- October: The NobHillNeighborhoods.com Website

MetroABQ Newsletter -- October: The NobHillNeighborhoods.com Website
by Chris Lucas

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Welcome to the Nob Hill Neighborhoods Website

Welcome to the Nob Hill Neighborhoods Website
by Chris Lucas

The Nob Hill Neighborhoods form a unique & compact village set in the middle of an urban metropolis. sitting on both sides of the Central Ave/Route 66 Corridor, the eight Nob Hill Neighborhoods & Business Districts contain (almost) everything a self-contained town needs to prosper. Groceries & dining, recreation & entertainment, health services, employment & housing.
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Nob Hill Neighborhoods Maps

Nob Hill Neighborhoods Maps
by Chris Lucas

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Nob Hill Neighborhood Maps

Nob Hill Neighborhood Maps
by Chris Lucas

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MetroABQ Historic Architecture Styles: Territorial

MetroABQ Historic Architecture Styles: Territorial
by Chris Lucas

From Wiki: Territorial Style was an architectural style of building developed and used in the New Mexico Territory from the time of the American occupation in 1846 until 1912,[1] at which time New Mexico stopped being a territory & became a stateA vernacular subgroup, from 1860-1935, of the Territorial Style is known as the Folk Territorial, Folk Carpenter, & Spanish Folk Territorial. The style was found "particularly in Northern New Mexico", & consisted of applied wood Greek RevivalGothic details, added to the building styles of the Pueblos & the Spanish missions in New Mexico, the Northern New Mexico adobe building construction style.[2] Following the increase of its popularity in the 1930s & 1940s, it became referred to as the Territorial Revival style, which became another popular building style alongside New Mexico's Pueblo Revival style.  Read More