3-D Virtual Walking Tour for 6 Tennis Court NW 87120

3-D Virtual Walking Tour for 6 Tennis Court NW 87120
by Chris Lucas

Welcome to 6 Tennis Court NW, in historic La Luz del Oeste Community. Read More


La Luz Community 3-D Virtual Walking Tour: 6 Tennis Court NW

La Luz Community 3-D Virtual Walking Tour: 6 Tennis Court NW
by Chris Lucas

In the La Luz Community,  Read More


Views From Architect Antoine Predock's New Urbanist La Luz Community

Views From Architect Antoine Predock's New Urbanist La Luz Community
by Chris Lucas

Views from the historic westside community of La Luz del Oeste are often mesmerizing & forever changing. Sitting on five acres of gardens & greenspaces & touching 40+ acres of forever open space along the Rio Grande Bosque, La Luz is home to 96 adobe townhomes, generally in pods of four, nestled along a hillside. Read More


La Luz 3-D Walking Tour: 2 Tumbleweed NW

La Luz 3-D Walking Tour: 2 Tumbleweed NW
by Chris Lucas

Welcome to 2 Tumbleweed NW, an all-adobe townhome in the westside's La Luz del Oeste community.
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Architect Antoine Predock's New Urbanist Community of La Luz: 5 Tennis Court NW--A Pocket Listing

Architect Antoine Predock's New Urbanist Community of La Luz: 5 Tennis Court NW--A Pocket Listing
by Chris Lucas

The La Luz community is special. The architecture is unique & every turn in the neighborhood imparts a different interesting sceneRead More


The Next Fifty--The Historic La Luz Community Celebrates Half A Century!

The Next Fifty--The Historic La Luz Community Celebrates Half A Century!
by Chris Lucas

Nestled along the Rio Grande Bosque on the MetroABQ's westside sits a community that is a living study of New Urbanist theory. For 50 years, the La Luz community has been celebrating "environmentally friendly habits by creating walkable neighborhoods containing a wide range of housing" types. The 96 townhome community is now looking toward the next fifty years of life. Designed in 1968 by renowned architect Antoine Predock (see the Rio Grande Nature Center in the North Valley, the Aperture Center in Mesa del Sol & hundreds of other lifetime projects), the neighborhood, riverside near Montaño & Coors Blvd, threw a party commemorating the last fifty & celebrating the next fifty.  I was lucky to be at the event, in The Meadow gathering space, seen above & the two images far below. Just below is an image facing the other direction, toward a row of residences on Tennis Court NW... Read More