Journal Center Corporation's business park in Albuquerque is the benchmark for quality - master planned for today and tomorrow. It provides a workplace with convenient access to city transportation and represents a long-term benefit to the community by encouraging clean-air industry and controlled growth. Today we see those uncompromised standards in full bloom in Journal Center.

The centerpiece of Journal Center is the campus-like environment rich with thousands of trees, shrubs and seasonal plantings. Perfectly groomed common areas and gracefully curved streets reflect the qualities we seek in the place we work.

Located on the North I-25 corridor, Journal Center's northern boundary is the six lane Paseo del Norte which provides a vital link to the booming west side of Albuquerque and its incorporated communities. Commuters access the freeway system via the Paseo del Norte Bridge, the largest of six bridges spanning the scenic Rio Grande.

The sound decision to locate within the 300-acre Journal Center is confirmed by those companies already on the property. New residents Coldwell Banker Commercial - Las Colinas, Maestas & Ward Real Estate, and the New Mexico Cancer Center will join such firms as the Albuquerque Publishing Company, Wells Fargo Bank, University of Phoenix, Sun Healthcare Group, Lovelace Inc., ITT Technical Institute, First State Bank, Wilson & Company, Xilinx, Inc., New Mexico State Bar, Bohannan Huston, Inc., Bank of America, Mountain States Mutual, Courtyard by Marriott, One Sun Plaza, and Albuquerque Marriott-Pyramid North.

These corporations and others in Journal Center recognize the advantages of establishing business on a site protected by detailed Covenants and comprehensive Park Development Standards.

Each project in Journal Center defines the character of the whole park - tasteful, unique, established.

New Mexico and its major metroplex, Albuquerque, have characteristics as rich and diverse as anywhere in the nation. It's an old state whose Hispanic and Native American roots influence its culture, its art, its music and its people. Yet it is a modern state, recently ranking third on Small Time's list of top 10 states for micro and nanotechnology. Referring to Sandia National Laboratories and Los Alamos National Laboratory, the magazine explains that both are “largely staffed by Doctorate-bearing scientists and engineers, which is a boon to the state's workforce.”

A recent Forbes survey of Best Places for Business and Careers ranks the Albuquerque metro area fifth best in the country among 150 cities. In the subcategory of business costs, the Albuquerque area is ranked first due in part to lower than average labor costs, taxes and cost of business space.

A wide variety of higher education and recreation opportunities exist, thanks to 30 institutions of higher education and 32 state parks. Famous for its pleasant climate and relaxed lifestyle New Mexico truly is “The Land of Enchantment.”

Albuquerque is the center of transportation, finance and medical services and industrial, wholesale and retail trade within a 265-mile radius. The city's greater metropolitan area has sustained strong population growth over the past decade. Over the next five years, the area's population is expected to grow at the rate of 8%.

The Albuquerque International Sunport, served by 8 major commercial carriers and offers non-stop service to 27 cities. Rail connections are provided by the Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe Railway. Two major highways - I-25 and I-40 - intersect in Albuquerque and provide national access for the 47 motor freight lines operating in the city. Albuquerque is a registered U.S. Port of Entry, a designated Foreign Trade Zone, and operates within a Freeport State.

Nurtured with care and pride, Journal Center is making a mark on its community - a legacy of lasting value, a quality office development, a prestige location for business.

Journal Center

The Center of Attention

In Albuquerque, New Mexico

Map of Journal Center

A planned business community

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