The momentum is certainly picking up on this movement in the 505
Great to see the food truck scene in ABQ. Where was this taken by the way? Also what is the status of the Railyards Development?Thanks,Dave
This was taken in front of Tractor Brewery in Nob Hill. The Railyards have gone through two phases of public comment. As far as I can tell they haven't refined any of the concepts (yet?). Here's a link to the City's project page: http://www.cabq.gov/council/council/projects/current-projects/albuquerque-rail-yards-redevelopment
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