New housing developments are popping up in Rio Rancho as housing companies hope to satisfy increasing demand for homes.
The sound of construction and smell of fresh paint permeates the walls of a 6,000-square-foot office space on the first floor of the AMREP building, in preparation for new business.
JEMEZ SPRINGS — A wrong turn taken 23 years ago has blossomed into a mountainside oasis for those who enjoy the therapy of natural spring water.
JEMEZ SPRINGS — Soon, visitors to the Village of Jemez Springs will have the opportunity to quench their thirst in the same building firefighters used to keep equipment to quench a fire.
PONDEROSA — Tucked away in a cool valley just east of Jemez Pueblo on NM 4 is a vineyard that started from a few vine cuttings and a couple’s vision.
Several giant circular mosaics almost identical to an Aztec calendar adorn the work benches of local woodworker Eric Kirmer’s Rio Rancho home-based shop.
SANTA ANA PUEBLO — Make no mistake about it, Santa Ana Star Casino’s new 204-room hotel is not about improving Sandoval County’s economic picture.
Rio Rancho will be left behind in economic develop if it doesn’t find a way to get infrastructure in place for companies quickly, a well-respected site selector warned recently.
Chairs, mannequin heads, shears and mirrors await ready-to-learn students at the business complex on the southwest corner of Southern Boulevard and Golf Course Road.
Intel statistics indicate it has retained a steady number of employees in New Mexico since last year’s Industrial Revenue Bond annual report to Sandoval County.
The recent economic study of Sandoval County provided hard data to show to company site selectors, as well as revealing a few previously unknown assets, the Sandoval Economic Alliance president says.
Just as the face of retail in the U.S. is changing — from brick-and-mortar shops to online outlets — so, too, are the faces of retailing and marketing and advertising.
Austin Voltura said he’d left Santa Fe late Feb. 9 and arrived in Rio Rancho two hours later to be front and center at the Warhammer store opening the next day.
The sound of mildly muffled machines can be heard filtering through freshly painted sheet rock in the waiting area at the newly opened Quanz Auto Care in Rio Rancho.
Since its inception, the Sandoval Economic Alliance has helped 35 companies come to or expand in Sandoval County, according to the director of marking and communications.
The Sandoval Economic Alliance has had an economic impact of almost $338 million since September 2014, the CEO told the Rio Rancho Governing Body on Wednesday.
On Thursday, at a Rio Rancho Regional Chamber of Commerce quarterly luncheon, PNM recognized 18 county businesses that went above and beyond in saving energy in 2016 by participating in PNM business energy efficiency rebate programs – and saving, literally, millions of kilowatt hours worth o…
Amy Holloway, president of Avalanche Consulting in Austin, Texas, was the honored presenter at last week’s Sandoval Economic Luncheon held at Santa Ana Star Center.
The tech industry has seen interesting developments with new gadgets getting into the market every few months. 2017 has been a battle between different companies and obviously when this happens it’s the consumer who gets the best products, but what will the trends be like in 2018?
That’s right, there is a SEA in New Mexico: the Sandoval Economic Alliance. SEA is a public-private partnership focused on building a strong, growing and sustainable economy for the City of Rio Rancho and Sandoval County. Its mission is to grow, attract, and sustain jobs and tax base for the…
Newly appointed Sandoval Economic Alliance CEO Steve Jenkins addressed many Rio Rancho and Sandoval County constituents at a Tuesday luncheon about his plans to push the county and City of Vision into the economic future.
After avoiding closure due to declaring bankruptcy in 2015, one local company is thriving after a major buyout from a Florida-based umbrella company that used to be its client.
ast month, Sandoval County was abuzz with the news that the Sandoval Economic Alliance found a new CEO to take on the leadership role of economic development for the county.
One such longtime business in Rio Rancho has enjoyed that success, and is being resurrected across the Rio Grande. As the city grew, so did this business’s services, always aiming to provide what Rio Ranchoans needed and along the way changing its focus from making copies and selling office …
Several years ago, traveling engineer Alan Porter found himself in a personal dilemma — he craved Hatch green chile. Unfortunately for him, he was stationed to work in Oregon.
Eight Rio Rancho middle-schoolers had a unique opportunity in mid-June to become entrepreneurs, thanks to Camp Innoventure, a program run by New Mexico State University’s Arrowhead Center for economic development in partnership with the Sandoval Economic Alliance.
Pamilla Senior Living facility, located just south of Rio Rancho on Golf Course Road, is expanding its facility. The Spectrum Retirement Communities LLC property offers a range of care, from independent living to assisted living and memory care, as well as dining and housekeeping services.
The existing infrastructure at Mariposa East — an office building, amenities center, park and community pool — was a leading factor in Harvard Investments’ decision to purchase the community last year.
Michael White, owner and executive chef of The Point Grill, looks over menu notes in the restaurant’s bar Thursday. The Point Grill, 2500 Parkway Ave., is expected to open in Mariposa by the end of the week.
Collaboration with city and county officials, as well as other state economic development groups, has created new jobs and opportunities in Sandoval County and Albuquerque, according to the Sandoval Economic Alliance.
Infrastructure work for a 180-acre residential and business site near the Presbyterian Rust Medical Center is expected to begin next year, according to a site representative.
Representatives of Pulte Homes never intended for their Wednesday night forum to be a “Q and A,” but residents who are concerned about the homebuilder’s plans to construct 180 homes on the north nine holes of Club Rio Rancho wouldn’t take “no questions” for an answer.
Wrapping up its first year as an organization and focused on attracting new business ventures to the area, the Sandoval Economic Alliance revealed Tuesday that’s it’s taking a shot at luring a corporate giant to Sandoval County.