Find a list of the most recent blog posts on Nob Hill and Albuquerque Real Estate.
The MetroABQ 2021 Parade of Gardens Tour: Sandia Heights & North ABQ Acres
Introducing 421 Amherst Drive NE, in Nob Hill's Monte Vista & College View Historic District.
Welcome to Nob Hill, or at least a wonderful home that's lived in Nob Hill for over 70 years.
The ABQ Garden Center is unique in the MetroABQ & the Demonstration Gardens there are worth visiting.
Mid-Mod Brutalist City of Albuquerque Library in the South San Pedro Neighborhood.
River of Lights passes through Nob Hill for the holidays...
The holidays get colorful in Nob Hill...
View a home virtually
Skarsgard Farms is unveiling a new farm store concept in Nob Hill, on Monte Vista Blvd NE.
What shops, restaurants & galleries are open for curbside delivery...
Nob Hill Business District December 2020
"River of Lights" & Nob Hill "Shop & Stroll" is now the Nob Hill Shop & Glow
Fabulous Yard Art can be found throughout the Nob Hill Neighborhoods.
Dedication sculpture to the participation in ABQ PRIDE, in Morningside Park -- Eucalipto & Roblan 2002
Diverse assortment of residential houses along Monte Vista Blvd in Nob Hill the day of Halloween...architecture & other treats.
It's easy to keep up with MetroABQ artist Courtney Angermeier's current installations: simply take a walk three blocks west of Nob Hill to see her public art murals.
Sitting east of the University of New Mexico (UNM) Main Campus, the one square mile that comprises the Nob Hill Neighborhoods is filled with interesting, historic residential & commercial architecture, quirky shops & restaurants, & is the location of many annual events, including Summerfest, ABQ Pride, Shop & Stroll, the Twinkle Light Parade & more.
Little Free Libraries are sprouting up around the world, proliferating nicely in the Nob Hill Neighborhoods.
The MetroABQ is the Fractal Capital of the World & the Nob Hill Neighborhood of Monte Vista is it's Home.
Early MetroABQ Architect Beula Mae Dunham Flemming designed dozens of homes in the greater Albuquerque area from the early 1920's until late mid-century.
In a neighborhood with plenty of historic & unique homes, the Pumice Rock House in Nob Hill stands out. Designed by prolific early MetroABQ architect Beula Mae Fleming, the home, above, was built in 1929 toward the beginning of her long career.
The MetroABQ Newsletter is published ten times yearly. It features art, architecture & places & things to see & do in Albuquerque & beyond...
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