I watched Green Jeans Farmery seemingly build itself up from scratch, starting as a vacant mid-town lot between the interstate & an arroyo. Roy Solomon, 'creator of innovative developments' dreamed of a shipping container community that featured indoor & outdoor chill spaces, shops, restaurants & services. Images above & below. Read More
Shifting toward one of the Metro's NW communities, I found myself in Rio Rancho atop a Vista Entrada home,
staring at a 24-panel photovoltaic solar array on one side & stunning views of the Sandia Mountains on the other. To show both, we hired my
favorite Drone Pilot, who captured dozens of images around the home & property, two seen above.
Closer to the Rio Grande, in a Corrales greenbelt property, hangs the image Four Horses, a mid-century Agnes Sims painting. Perfectly adorned among the adobe-brick walls, the owners of the four-acre horse property graciously left the artwork, below, for my client, who's a skilled horsewoman.
Below that is my favorite bathroom of the year, with it's cobalt penny-round shower tile, floating vanity & 'skatepark' porcelain sink, found at the La Luz townhome complex near Coors & Montaño Blvd.
Above is a pocket greenspace with public art pieces, on the edge of Netherwood Park & the North Bike Path Diversion Channel that travels north from
the UNM CAmpus up to Balloon Fiesta Park & beyond.
I love maps! This one shows all the residential lots in Sandia Heights, a bedroom community nestled in the Sandia Mountain Foothills, on the northeastern edge of the MetroABQ. The blue lots often hover upwards of around three quarters of an acre & there are almost 400 of them. As the community is not in the city of Albuquerque, it has a water association. Read More