Albuquerque Downtown :
Downtown on the Map:
Downtown Real Estate:
Homes in the historic downtown Albuquerque neighborhood range from $200,000 to $700,000, with most single homes in the $300,000 to $400,000 range.
The Silver Lofts at 7th and Silver Streets provide live/work spaces under one roof, and are within walking distance to all of downtown's amenities.
For rentals, the Villa de San Felipe are located in the heart of downtown, on Coal between 8th and 7th. Rents run from $400 and up.
Downtown Night Life:
The El Rey at 620-624 Central is a nightclub that offers music, theater and dance.
The Launchpad at 618 Central has live music nightly, with both local and national acts.
The Box Performance Space at 1025 Lomas provides live theater, improvisational comedy, and programs for kids.
The KiMo theater at 423 Central is on the national historic register and is known for its Pueblo Deco style of architecture and varied performing artists.
315 Gold Ave SW
The Atomic Cantina has karaoke every Tuesday night. Free juke box Sundays, punk rock Mondays, and the best local rock acts on Saturday nights.
Burt's Tiki Lounge
313 Gold SW
Burt's offers live music most nights, and never a cover charge.
325 Central NW
Maloney's at the 4th Street mall offers a great place to catch a cold one.
Sauce Liquid Lounge
405 Central NW
Sauce has an inviting bar, large cocktails and lots of DJs and dancing.
Robinson Park, 8th and Central
Saturdays, 8:00 a.m. - Noon
Get fresh, local produce, flowers and arts and crafts.
Skip Maisel Indian Jewelry
Maisel's offers a wide variety of Indian arts, crafts and jewelry.
Richard Levy Gallery
The gallery carries contemporary art exhibits and work by local artists.
Sumner and Dene
517 Central NW
This shop has unusual furniture, art, jewelry, gifts and accessories.
216 Gold Avenue
Patrician Design offers art, accessories, jewelry and body products.
Metropolis Comic Art Gallery
1102 Mountain Road NW, Suite 202
Find comic art, anime and fantasy art in all mediums.
Routes, Rentals and Tours
1102 Mountain Road NW, Suite 101
Take fun and easy bike tours or rent a bike to take your own ride and discover the town.
218 Gold SW
The Gold Street Caffe dishes up some of the best food the city has to offer. Chile dusted fried calamari, fish tacos, and the famous fork and knife burger can be found there.
906 Park Ave
Tucked away on a side street, Java Joe's offers great coffee and giant breakfast burritos as well as lunch.
Lindy's Coffee Shop
500 Central SW
Lindy's has roots, and they're showing. One of the old road restaurants along what was then called Route 66, Lindy's offers shakes, burgers and fries, as well as a good assortment of Greek dishes.
Elementary Schools:Lew Wallace Elementary
513 Sixth Street NW
Middle Schools:Washington Middle School
1101 Park Ave. SW
High Schools:Amy Biehl Charter High School
124 4th Street
Private Schools:St. Mary's Elementary and Middle Schools
224 7th Street NW
(505) 242-6271 (Elementary) or (505) 243-5470 (Middle)
Albuquerque Main Library
501 Copper Ave NW
Downtown Organizations:The Downtown Action Team (DAT) is a private, non-profit organization dedicated to revitalizing Albuquerque's downtown. The DAT promotes downtown, provides goodwill ambassadors, conducts cleanup campaigns, and fosters public awareness of the area.
The Downtown Neighborhood Association has been around since 1974. The organization provides links to services, organizations, yard sales, and issues that affect the people living in Albuquerque's downtown.
City Parks:Civic Plaza
3rd and Tijeras
14th and San Cristobal
Fourth Street Mall
4th and Copper
14th and Roma
8th and Central
Washington Middle School
10th and Park