The Nob Hill district contains a rich history and to this day is one of the most unique and diverse areas in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Here you’ll find blogs and articles detailing historical sites and stories, current events, and future plans all related to the Nob Hill area!
Public art, like murals, sculptures, and installations, is no exception as it is an important factor of what makes Nob Hill such a vibrant, inclusive, and unique community in Albuquerque. It catches people’s attention, encourages imaginations to wonder, and allows for an appreciation of this unique microcosm of New Mexican culture and rich Route 66 history… Continue Reading
Part of Nob Hill Main Street’s mission is to energize the Nob Hill area through economic development.One of the projects we work on throughout the year to accomplish this are the production of Business Spotlights, short video pieces that center on individual businesses in the area, sharing information on their story, history, and relationship with the neighborhood… Continue Reading
In May we hosted the 2nd annual Taste of Nob Hill where Nob Hill restaurants and breweries like Slice Parlor, Flying Star Cafe, Bosque Brewing Co. and Tractor Brewing Company offered some delicious options for visitors… Continue Reading
While driving up and down Central Avenue, have you ever noticed the large arches that hang across the Eastern and Western ends of Nob Hill’s corridor at Washington and Girard? In the daytime they stand high above the traffic on Central Ave., signaling you’ve arrived or are departing Nob Hill. At night, the bright glow of these beautiful neon lights accentuate the shape of the arches making them hard to overlook. These large neon sculptures remind locals and travelers, alike, of Central Avenue’s historic ties to Route 66… Continue Reading