Albuquerque News

27 April 2015 - 2:19pm

Stakeholders say Downtown Albuquerque is headed in the right direction

Courtesy Albuquerque Business First. By Damon Scott December 31, 2014 Dozens of business owners, politicians and others with a vested interest in Downtown Albuquerque packed a Mid-Region Council of Governments conference room recently to consider

27 April 2015 - 2:17pm

Catalyst behind Albuquerque’s 2030 District nabs huge architecture award

Courtesy Albuquerque Business First. By Damon Scott December 12, 2014 The man who brought Albuquerque into the national 2030 District spotlight has been honored with a big industry award. Santa Fe resident Edward Mazria, the founder of 

27 April 2015 - 2:15pm

Levitated owner: ‘We can decide what Albuquerque will look like’

Courtesy Albuquerque Business First. By Damon Scott November 21, 2014 Don't count Laurie Tarbell as down on Downtown Albuquerque. She knows there is work to be done, but she's optimistic. Tarbell, chair of Albuquerque's 2030 District exploratory

27 April 2015 - 2:13pm

Architecture 2030 leader ready for Albuquerque to become a 2030 District

Courtesy Albuquerque Business First. By Damon Scott November 21, 2014 Edward Mazria says that during parts of the 1970s and 1980s, New Mexico was the center of the universe for solar energy. "We kind of lost that, and the center has moved to

27 April 2015 - 2:10pm

Tarbell guides Albuquerque’s ‘business case for sustainable urbanization’

Courtesy Albuquerque Business First. By Damon Scott November 12, 2014 Laurie Tarbell wants the Albuquerque business community to join the conversation about Albuquerque's place as an emerging 2030 District. Tarbell has emerged herself — she is a

27 April 2015 - 2:08pm

An Etsy Co-Founder and His Wife Have Big Plans for Albuquerque

Courtesy Citylab from the Atlantic. By Carrie Murphy November 10, 2014 When you think of Albuquerque, chances are you're thinking of one of two things: hot air balloons or Breaking Bad. But if Jared and Laurie Tarbell have their way, the biggest

27 April 2015 - 2:02pm

Albuquerque becomes an emerging 2030 District

Courtesy Albuquerque Business First. By Damon Scott September 24, 2014 The Architecture 2030 organization, which is a Santa Fe-based nonprofit seeking more environmentally friendly infrastructure, says the commercial building sector is the

27 April 2015 - 1:59pm

New Mexico Think-Tank Spurs Unanimous Implementation of “2050 Imperative” for Zero Carbon Emissions at World Congress of Architects

Courtesy Construction Reporter News. By Tami Brunk September 15, 2014 On August 8 of this year, the International Union of Architects voted unanimously to adopt the “2050 Imperative” which would reduce carbon emissions to zero in 35 years at

27 April 2015 - 1:55pm

Albuquerque 2030 District Gains Traction with MainStreet Partnership

Courtesy Construction Reporter News. By Tami Brunk April 22, 2014 Voted one of the “Top 10 Best Cities to Live” in 2009 by U.S. News, in the five years since this designation Albuquerque’s reputation has taken some hits.  First by gaining

27 April 2015 - 1:49pm

Interview with Ed Mazria: 2030 Palette Gains Visibility, Momentum

Courtesy Construction Reporter News. By Tami Brunk March 6, 2014 Released last fall, Architecture 2030’s long-awaited 2030 Palette is winning accolades from leaders in the field.   Bob Berkebile, one of the early founders of LEED, says it is “

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