Silver Moon Lodge

Format
Brief

City
Albuquerque

State/Province
NM

Country
USA

Metro Area
Albuquerque

Project Type
Multifamily Rental

Location Type
Central Business District

Land Uses
Multifamily Rental Housing
Retail

Keywords
Active transportation
Bike-friendly
Car-free living
Healthy place features
Pedestrian-friendly development
Workforce housing

Site Size
1.4 acres
acres hectares

Date Opened
2014

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Silver Moon Lodge is a multifamily rental workforce housing development located at the periphery of Albuquerque’s central business district, along historic Route 66. It was designed to take advantage of nearby urban amenities as well as proximity to the city’s growing bikeway network. The building’s location and bike amenities allow residents to live easily without a car, allowing developers to provide fewer parking spaces in favor of lower costs. Silver Moon Lodge includes 154 residential units along with 4,500 square feet of retail space, allowing residents to access all that the city has to offer in a sustainable and active way.

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Format
Brief

City
Albuquerque

State/Province
NM

Country
USA

Metro Area
Albuquerque

Project Type
Multifamily Rental

Location Type
Central Business District

Land Uses
Multifamily Rental Housing
Retail

Keywords
Active transportation
Bike-friendly
Car-free living
Healthy place features
Pedestrian-friendly development
Workforce housing

Site Size
1.4 acres
acres hectares

Date Opened
2014

Developer
DBG Properties, a subsidiary of GSL Properties, Inc.
Portland, OR

Architect
Dekker Perich Sabatini

Lender
America First

Principal Author(s)
Rachel MacCleery, Ed McMahon, Matthew Norris

Source
Active Transportation and Real Estate: The Next Frontier
http://uli.org/report/active-transportation-real-estate-next-frontier/