Hi Everyone,

 

My business, currently located in the North Valley, is looking to move down to Nob Hill. Ideally, we would need about 600 square feet and a storefront.

 

If you know of anyone looking to transfer a lease or a space opening up, we'd love to talk to you.

 

Thanks much!

 

Caroline

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Old World Imports (north side of Central near Buffalo) recently closed their retail store, I believe. Not sure what's happening with the space. The old Paper's location (Silver just West of Carlisle) is empty. Several buildings on Silver circa Washington are being renovated for new rentals, as well as recently renovated storefronts just east of O'Niells on Washington. That's what I've noticed bicycling through the neighborhood.
Interesting. Thanks for this very thorough contribution!
old world has been least by a very exciting new local retailer. could be a game changer for abq.
Slight correction -- the Silver Ave (Bicycle Boulevard) buildings being renovated (in addition to the Washington & Silver location mentioned) are closer to Morningside & Silver. Not currently prime drive-by real estate, but it'd be nice if Silver section between Morningside & Washington started to feel more like Silver between Carlisle Richmond. The Highland Theatre renovation might help that area (http://www.krqe.com/dpp/news/business/grant-boosts-future-of-hiland...), and O'Niells certainly helps extend Nob Hill eastwards. Speaking of, I think the west side of the O'Niells building might be looking for someone to occupy too, but I don't know for sure.

I would highly recommend you get to know the neighborhood association folks:

http://www.nobhill-nm.com/

If you're new to the area they could be a tremendous asset to you, not only in maybe knowing the buzz and being able to help you find a location, but by being involved in the association you'll be sure to know about City plans for the neighborhood (ie. Lead/Coal construction).

Thank you!

Caroline,

Try contacting the Nob Hill Main Street Organization.

nobhillabqmainstreet@gmail.com.

Jim Neustel who runs Peacecraft is chairperson of the Board.

It would be great to have more retail to balance the restaurants.

 

Thanks!

Hello Caroline,

 

I am a member of the Nob Hill Main Street group that deals with economic development in Nob Hill.  I made a request to send you a personal message, if you accept I can send you more information about Nob Hill rental spaces.

 

Susan Michie

Accepted! Would love to hear more.
I'm curious, what type of business do you have?  And where were you located in the North Valley?

Hi Adelita,

 

I run a one-woman web development shop and art studio. Currently I rent a space across from the Fruit Basket next to Sophia's where Obama was on 4th street.

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