1. Raynolds

The Raynolds Addition, just west of downtown, has long been a favorite walking destination for both residents and nearby downtown workers.

2. West Park

West Park is a tiny residential area near downtown sandwiched between the Albuquerque County Club, historic Route 66 and the Rio Grande.

3. Pat Hurley

Though just across the river from Old Town and a short bus ride from downtown, the Pat Hurley neighborhood sometimes seems a world away, with its fields, gardens, irrigation ditches, and narrow winding roads.

4. Duranes

Duranes is bounded by Rio Grande Boulevard and the Rio Grande River, just north of I-40 and Old Town.

5. Nob Hill

Nob Hill is one of Albuquerque’s favorite neighborhood shopping and restaurant districts. Discover the vibrant, ever-changing commercial corridor of small local businesses along Central Avenue and surrounding residential neighborhoods.