New Apartment Complex to go up in Denver

Plans are in the process of being finalized for the construction of a 185-apartment unit in southwestern Denver. The new complex will go up on a 4.4-acre site at the 4400 block of Morrison Road. Developer of the project is the St. Charles Holding Company LLC, which is getting a $2 million federal Community Development Block Grant to buy the …

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Historic Colorado Power Plant may be demolished

Community leaders in Walsenburg, in south central Colorado, are trying to find a new use for a cavernous stone structure that was once the home to the Walsen Power Plant. The Gothic-like building was put up in the late 1890s and is listed as an “Endangered Place,” meaning that federal tax credits would be available to anyone who wants to …

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Construction of Three New El Paso Clinics Set to Begin Next Year

Responding to the medical needs of a growing population, the University Medical Center of El Paso says it will begin construction on the first of three new proposed clinics in late 2015. The center, which was opened under another name in 1915 and is located at 4815 Alameda Avenue, last year secured $152 million in certificates of obligation by a …

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Tucson Negotiations Underway for New Hotel and Apartment Complex

A proposed hotel and apartment complex may soon be going up at the site of the current Greyhound Bus Depot at 471 West Congress Street in downtown Tucson. Tucson developer Allan Norville, owner of Nor-Generations LLC, has entered into negotiations with the Rio Nuevo Multipurpose Facilities District regarding plans for the 8.5-acre site. The property, which is located behind the …

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Historic Route 66 Motor Lodge May be Redeveloped

Built just before World War II, De Anza Motor Lodge is symbolic of the days when Route 66 was the main east-west thoroughfare cutting through Albuquerque. The motel, whose image has been reproduced on post cards and in film, was added onto in the 1950s and 60s, and is known nationally for its Zuni murals and Native American art. It …

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Nitrogen Plant in Kirtland to Expand Facilities

On the heels of an expansion that saw the construction of two new plants at its Kirtland, New Mexico site, Praxair, Inc., has announced plans to build yet another plant. The company says it is expanding its New Mexico operations due to an increase in its oil and gas operators market in both New Mexico and Colorado. With corporate headquarters …

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New Grocery Store to be built in Town of Ignacio, Colorado

Just two months after a long-standing grocery store in downtown Ignacio, in southern Colorado, closed its doors, plans are in the making for the building of a new grocery store, to be called the Farmers Fresh Market. The nearly 22,000 square-foot structure will go up on the 500 block of Gaddard Avenue, and will follow the demolition of the former …

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New Football Stadium Planned for El Paso High School

Plans are in the works for the $2.1 million construction of a new 6,000-seat football stadium at El Paso’s Jefferson High School. Money for the construction is coming from a 2007 Bond Reallocation Project which will also pay for a new press box, concession stands and restrooms. Members of the El Paso Independent School District’s advisory bond committee say the …

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Entertainment Hub Proposed for Downtown Albuquerque

A currently vacant lot in Albuquerque at the corner of Central Avenue and 1st Street may be the future site of an entertainment hub that could include hotels, restaurants and both retail and market space. The land in question is owned by the City of Albuquerque. As envisioned, construction of the hub would be a private/public project that could include …

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New Student Housing to be built on the Las Cruces Campus of New Mexico State University

New Mexico State University has announced that it wants to build a new student housing facility to replace the long-standing Monagle Hall on its main Las Cruces campus. That 6-story mostly cement structure was built in the mid-1960s and is the second oldest residence hall on campus. Originally known as the Women’s Residence Center, the hall, which in 2012 housed …

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