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04/29/2020

The funds approved April 28, 2020 by the Bernalillo County Commission as the Small Business Assistance Program Administration Services will be awarded to organizations that assist small businesses with services such as counseling, training, technical... Read More


04/21/2020

Bernalillo County's Economic Development Department has put together a document that lists available programs to assist businesses and individuals affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. Please contact the department directly with any questions or for... Read More


02/17/2020

The Bernalillo County Commission approved the refinancing of bonds for Winrock shopping center and a second round of bonds to be offered to investors.

Winrock was designated a Tax Increment Development District (TIDD) in 2008. By law, the Winrock TIDD... Read More


01/29/2020

Bernalillo County Commissioners approved the issuance of $7.5 million in project revenue bonds for the Albuquerque Housing Authority to be used for The Commons at Martineztown in central Albuquerque.

The tax-exempt bonds will fund the renovation of 96... Read More


09/25/2019

County Commissioners approved project revenue bonds for construction of the Ceja Vista Senior Apartments and industrial revenue bonds for expansion of Rose’s Southwest Papers.

DBG properties will receive $16 million in project revenue bonds for ... Read More


05/29/2019

Bernalillo County commissioners approved $12 million of industrial revenue bonds for Rose’s Southwest Papers in the South Valley.

The bonds are part of a two-part series. The $12 million is to fund the purchase of equipment and improvements to t... Read More


02/27/2019

TopGolf Inc., a Dallas-based company, broke ground on its latest entertainment venture in Albuquerque.

TopGolf will be located in the old water park lot, near Montano and I-25, which has been vacant since the park closed 14 years ago.

At its June 26, 2... Read More


01/29/2019

Homegrown software company, LAVU, opened new offices in downtown Albuquerque on Third Street, using $270,000 in Local Economic Development Act (LEDA) money.

Bernalillo County is not using any county tax dollars for this project. The county will act as... Read More


01/09/2019

Bernalillo County Commissioners approved the issuance of $8 million in multi-family housing revenue bonds for the Valle del Rio Apartments in the southwest part of the county.

Residents eligible for workforce housing can live in this 58-unit affordabl... Read More


11/14/2018

The Bernalillo County Commission has voted to award $25 million in county industrial revenue bonds (IRB) and act as the fiscal agent for more than $2 million in state Local Economic Development Act (LEDA) funds for a local tech company.

3-D Glass Solu... Read More


10/24/2018

County Commissioners approved $80 million in industrial revenue bonds for Ben E. Keith Company to be used for the development of a new regional headquarters.

The commission approved the bonds which the company will use for a new office and warehouse t... Read More


10/24/2018

Bernalillo County data business, Resilient Solutions 21 has been given approval for a Local Economic Development Agreement grant of $805,000.

RS21 will use the funding for construction, engineering, architectural, IT, and permanent design expenses for... Read More


10/17/2018

The Bernalillo County program that will allow commercial property owners to get approved loans for renewable and energy efficiency improvement projects will accept requests for bid from prospective lenders in 2019.

The commission approved program is k... Read More


09/26/2018

County Commissioners approved $10-million of industrial revenue bonds for Sawmill Bellamah Properties to be used to develop a new shopping and dining market near Old Town.

The commission approved a notice of intent for the Sawmill Market, back in 2015... Read More


09/26/2018

Two Bernalillo County businesses have been given approval for Local Economic Development Agreement grants totaling more than $900,000.

Indica Labs, Inc. has been granted $605,000 to support a building purchase and construction activities. Indica Labs ... Read More


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