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Explore Albuquerque

One of the factors that will influence your decision to move into an Albuquerque apartment is the quality of the neighborhood in the vicinity of the apartment community, as well as its proximity to features like grocery stores, entertainment venues, and transportation. Popular neighborhoods in Albuquerque tend to feature a nice variety of historic features, modern amenities, and natural venues like parks.

Albuquerque’s Four Quadrants

Looking at a map, you might notice that it’s possible to divide Albuquerque into four quadrants by using Route 66 that runs east and west and the railroad line, which runs between north and south of the city.

According to a write-up on Trip Advisor, the addition of interstates to the region has changed the traditional boundaries of some old Albuquerque neighborhoods.

“The interstates, I-25 and I-40, have somewhat reshaped the layout of Albuquerque and only vaguely correspond to the quadrant layout still used by the residents.”

Within each of these major quadrants, there are unique neighborhoods that range from old neighborhoods like Ridgecrest to newer suburban neighborhoods like Northeast Heights. Albuquerque has been home to many famous people, and actress Marilyn Monroe once owned a house in historical Ridgecrest.

The Neighborhood Near Alvarado Apartments

The Alvarado Apartment community is on the south side of Albuquerque and isn’t too far away from the University of New Mexico. Alvarado Apartments are near Old Town, which is the historic area of Albuquerque that was settled in 1706. Filled with Spanish-style architecture, Old Town is a popular spot for shopping with its street shop vendors.

Southwest Albuquerque is also home to Downtown where thriving businesses and ample shopping venues are located. Entertainment and leisure venues in the area include the zoo, botanic gardens, and aquarium.  Some of the oldest neighborhoods in Albuquerque sit in the southwest and include Huning Highland historic district and the Albuquerque Country Club.

Popular Neighborhoods in Albuquerque

Some of the popular areas around Albuquerque include the far northeast area of the city in the Foothills North neighborhood, as well as North Albuquerque Acres, which is the site of some of Albuquerque’s most beautiful residences. If you travel eastward, you’ll reach Sandia Heights, which is one of the best places to live if you’re interested in a house with a mountain view.

If you’re not ready to buy a house and deal with a rental payment each month, a community like Alvarado Apartments may prove ideal for its location near downtown and the university. Albuquerque is also a walker-friendly and bicyclist-friendly city, so it’s not too tough to reach anywhere you wish to work, play, or attend school in town when you choose a home on the south side of the city.

Explore New Mexico TodayLive at Alvarado Apartments in Albuquerque

Whether you’re already a resident of Albuquerque or you’re interested in relocating to the city, you should take an afternoon to visit Alvarado Apartments. Our units are spacious, clean, and updated, and we strive to provide a fun, safe, and affordable experience for our Albuquerque families. Get in touch with one of our leasing agents today to set up a tour of your future home in Albuquerque.