The Power of the Neighborhood
We are often asked at EDo Spaces, "where's this housing market going?"
Nationally and internationally, home values have dropped from their highs of 2006-7. EDo and Huning Highlands are no exception.
The Case-Schiller U.S. index shows an overall drop of almost 30% in value in that time. Our data shows only 1/2 of that drop in EDo. Why?
We think it's because of what we call "the power of the neighborhood." We hear that word all the time, but what is a neighborhood, really?
Our definition is this:
1. It's walkable, bike-friendly and transit-supportive, yet accommodates motor vehicles effectively.
2. A wide range of places to live, whether one wants to own or to lease.
3. Places to work, shop, dine, learn, worship, or just be in nice public space - like streets & parks.
EDo is not yet the neighborhood it could and may become, but it's made great strides in the past decade.
It was the power of neighborhood that helped us keep our value declines much lower than the national average. And it will be the power of neighborhood that helps us see value increases in the coming decade.
Support the EDo neighborhood and its businesses. Get others to support them. Let's build a strong neighborhood and local economy together.
A Message from Mayor Berry
From "Neighborhood News" put out by the City of Albuquerque:
"I am excited to tell you that I have elevated and consolidated the Office of Constituent Services within the Mayor's office. This means you will always have a direct link to my office. I value your opinion so please share your comments, whether good or bad. I know that great ideas come from citizens.
It is my great honor to serve you as Mayor and our tremendous Constituent Service Team looks forward to serving you as well."
Mayor Richard Berry
Eating for Your Health Workshops in February
The Breast Cancer Resource Center (316 Central SE) will present a free series of weekly workshops on Eating for Your Health each Wednesday in February.
The workshops will cover:
- Plan-based & animal proteins
- Organic & conventional foods
- Antioxidants & systemic alkalinity
- Health benefits of herbs & spices
- Healthy fats & sweeteners
- Indoor gardening for city dwellers
- 30 easy & delicious recipes
For more information or to register, contact Nelly Taveras at 554-3625 or email@example.com.
Indoor Track & Field Championships in February
Albuquerque is set to host the nation's finest track and field athletes at the 2010 USA Indoor Track and Field (USATF) Championships on February 27-28, 2010 at the Albuquerque Convention Center.
The USATF Indoor Track & Field Championships is the final event of the Indoor Visa Championship Series, which is a prestigious series of nationally televised USA Track & Field competitions featuring the very best track & field athletes from Team USA, the World's #1 Track Team.
Approximately 400 athletes will be competing for a total prize purse of $117,000 and U.S. athletes will have the opportunity to qualify for Team USA events, including the 2010 IAAF World Indoor Championships in Doha.
Two-day reserved chairback seats are available for $25 each. Single day chairback tickets are $15 each. General admission tickets are $20 each for a two-day pass and $12 each for a single day. Tickets can be purchased at the UNM Ticket Office located at 1155 University Boulevard SE, by phone at (505) 925-5858 or online at www.unmtickets.com.