|02/27/2014||Santa Fe Reinstates Impact Fees At Half Their Former Price|
Feb. 27--Residential builders haven't been paying the city of Santa Fe any development impact fees for the last two years.
|02/26/2014||New Mexico, Arizona, Nevada In Running For $5 Billion Tesla Factory|
Tesla Motors said on Wednesday that four states are in contention for a massive new $5 billion plant to build batteries for its next generation of electric cars.
|02/25/2014||APS Announces $700 Million Renovation Of Tempe, Ariz. Power Plant|
Feb. 25--An upcoming update of a power plant in Tempe by APS is expected to provide benefits ranging from new construction jobs to an improvement in the neighborhood aesthetics.
|02/25/2014||Analyst Says N.M. Enduring 'Lost Decade' For Building Industry|
Feb. 25--New Mexico is starting to look like the hole in the doughnut of a gradual recovery in construction activity in the Southwest, pointing to a 16- to 18-month lag in a turnaround in the state's struggling construction sector, a Denver-based expert told an industry group Monday.
|02/23/2014||Residential Prices Remain Flat In Santa Fe, N.M.|
Feb. 23--The hikes and falls and spasms that describe various moments in the real-estate industry during the last five years make market analyses and predictions in "the old days" seem like child's play.
|02/20/2014||Retail Construction In Albuquerque At Highest Level Since 2009|
Feb. 20--Demand for space in shopping centers and other types of retail buildings boosted 2013 to the best year for retail real estate in the Albuquerque metro area since the 2000s, according to the latest Retail Marketview report from commercial real-estate services firm CBRE.
|02/19/2014||Two Solar Projects Approved on Public Lands in Calif. and Nev.|
Feb. 19--Federal officials have announced the approval of two solar projects on public land in California and Nevada.
|02/19/2014||MGM Resorts Narrows Fourth Quarter Loss To $38.3 Million|
Company: MGM Resorts International (NYSE: MGM)
|02/18/2014||Dona Ana County Courthouse Will Be Remade As Hotel, Conference Center|
Feb. 18--LAS CRUCES -- Las Cruces businessman Bob Pofahl has teamed up with the owner of the former Dona Ana County Courthouse in an effort to remake the downtown landmark into a five-star hotel, conference center and complex with restaurants and boutiques, he said.
|02/16/2014||Flagstaff, Ariz. Considers Raising Development Fees|
Feb. 16--Flagstaff developers in a city with some of the highest housing costs on the Colorado Plateau might see an increase in municipal impact fees in the future.
|02/11/2014||Owner of Rosemont Mine Facing Takeover Bid|
Feb. 11--Augusta Resource Corp., the Canadian owner of the proposed Rosemont Mine, faces a takeover bid from a larger Canadian mining company that says it can do a better job than Augusta at finishing the permitting and financing of the long-delayed, $1.2 billion copper project.
|02/10/2014||UNLV Raising Funds For New Administration Building|
Feb. 10--A drive to raise money for construction of a new academic building for UNLV's William F. Harrah College of Hotel Administration kicked off today with the announcement of a $2.5 million gift.
|02/10/2014||Albuquerque Homebuilding Records A Modest Rebound In 2013|
Feb. 10--Homebuilding sputtered in 2013 to its best performance in four years in the Albuquerque metro area, beginning at a comparatively strong pace but trailing off toward the end of the year, according to the latest report from DataTraq.