Live music will soon return to northern New Mexico. Angel Fire Resort recently announced the return of its "Cool Summer Nights" concert series in Frontier Park. The concert series begins June 18 and will occur every Friday evening through Sept. 3, featuring free live music from regional acts, according to news release.
Building permit applications for two Westside apartment projects linked to Idaho development company
Separate building applications for a new 78-unit project at 441 Coors Blvd. NW and a new 137-unit project at 457 Coors Blvd. NW were filed Thursday. The two projects will respectively, encompass 86,734 and 194,903 square feet.
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A food processing company is investing millions of dollars into new equipment and facilities in Albuquerque.
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Delaware-based Stratodynamics Inc. finished a successful series of test flights that launched from Spaceport America earlier this month. The company uses unmanned vehicles to provide earth observation services. The tests were conducted using Stratodynamics' HiDRON, a balloon-launched glider vehicle, which is designed to descend back to earth once released. The...
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With the IRBs and LEDA incentives, Affordable Solar will begin renovations at the new facility, which will be the new home for the company’s headquarters as well as manufacturing, assembly and distribution.
Titan Development said construction is about 70% complete as of Wednesday. It expects the project to be completed in full by the third quarter of this year.
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Bueno Foods preparing to build new freezer facility after Albuquerque city council approves incentives
The $10 million in industrial revenue bonds come after Bueno Foods received $500,000 in state incentives in March to help fund a new facility the company is constructing.
Building permit applications filed with the city of Albuquerque show Cano Health of New Mexico LLC has plans to bring its primary care centers to Albuquerque to at least three locations — all of which are in shopping centers.
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An Albuquerque couple plans to open a luxury boarding and daycare facility for dogs off I-25 under the K9 Resorts brand, and has targeted an August opening. The K9 Resorts Daycare & Luxury Hotel, the self-styled “Ritz-Carlton of dog hotels" will be owned and operated by Lindsey and Laurie Gilbert. Lindsey, the president and head of school at Menaul School, and Laurie, a recently retired teacher who taught at Menaul School for 15 years, expect Albuquerque's franchise of the K9 Resorts Daycare & Luxury Hotel to employ about 20 people.