Huning Highlands Historic Home Tour: Victorian-Style!

Huning Highlands Historic Home Tour: Victorian-Style!
by Chris Lucas

Marvelous Victorians: 
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The Iconic Chevy-On-A-Stick -- Almost 30 years later...

The Iconic Chevy-On-A-Stick -- Almost 30 years later...
by Chris Lucas

Back almost 30 years ago in 1991, the City of Albuquerque unveiled a turquoise-arched gateway to the Ridgecrest neighborhood. Atop of the 26-foot pedestal, sat a ’54 Chevy covered with midnight-blue tiles. It quickly acquired the name "Chevy-on-a-Stick" & back then, it seemed to have caused quite an uproar.
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Netherwood Park & The North Diversion Channel Bike Path

Netherwood Park & The North Diversion Channel Bike Path
by Chris Lucas

Welcome to Netherwood Park, a pie-slice-shaped pocket neighborhood that stretches from Carlisle Blvd & Indian School Road, to University Blvd, on the north side of the UNM Golf Course.  Read More


UNM Spotlight: Mushroom Shade Structures in Redesigned Smith Plaza

UNM Spotlight: Mushroom Shade Structures in Redesigned Smith Plaza
by Chris Lucas

Steel mushroom shade structures have sprung up in the largest plaza at the University of New Mexico's main campus, Smith Plaza, outside the Student Union. Named in honor of Sherman E Smith for his "outstanding & versatile contribution to the university, his special interest in landscaping made this campus a more pleasant place in which to live & work."
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MetroABQ's Mid-Century Modern Expressionist Marvel: St. Paul's Lutheran Church

MetroABQ's Mid-Century Modern Expressionist Marvel: St. Paul's Lutheran Church
by Chris Lucas

May

Introducing the MetroABQ Mid Mod Home Tour:

Five Unique Mid-Century Modern Homes
Spread Out Across The City
Open For A Day...


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Where in the MetroABQ is Hidden Park?

Where in the MetroABQ is Hidden Park?
by Chris Lucas

Hidden Park is not easy to find. It has no formal entrance & there is no parking for it. To enter, you follow discrete pathways between homes often marked by a low picket fence or block wall. You could walk around the outside perimeter of the park, set amid mostly Mid-Century built ranch homes, & not even know the park is there. Once inside the enclosed park, though, you are surrounded by lush 60' tall, 70 year old trees that provide an almost unbroken three-acre shade canopy. A rather large L ittle Free Library greets you at the north entrance. Another Little Free Library lives just outside the park, on the west side of Hermosa St. Read More