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Now it's easier to find your way...The Nob Hill Visitors Center is a New Year's addition to one of the most walkable areas of the city. Located on Central Ave & Tulane St in the recently remodeled Re/Max Select real estate building (3401 Central Av NE) & next door to Il Vicino pizzeria, the Visitors Center is focused on becoming a useful neighborhood meeting place, & especially helpful for visitors. Read More
At the Downtown Growers Market at at Robinson Park, yoga can erupt spontaneously...as I'm enjoying a Saturday morning breakfast burrito from Food Karma (Eat Well, Do Good, below), folks gather & begin an hour-long yoga practice while I watch. Another reason to love the MetroABQ! Read More
The SE Heights is one of the most park-&-greenscape-rich areas of the MetroABQ, with numerous median parkways, corner pocket parks & two large & important city parks, Burton & Hyder Parks. Below is a map of the SE Heights Neighborhood, including all the greenspaces. Read More
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.
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