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Colliding Into the Future Business Summit Wrapup

Thanks to everyone who participated in our Colliding Into the Future Business Summit on April 12! For a quick look at why one business decided to participate, check out the story below from KOB:
business summit wrapup

Major Workforce Housing Development Opens

The latest housing project, a $19.4 million, 240-unit apartment complex, built using county authorized Project Revenue Bonds, (PRB) opened on Albuquerque’s West Side.
housing unit opens

Local Business to Expand Using Industrial Revenue Bonds

The Bernalillo County Commission has approved $7 million in industrial revenue bonds (IRB) for New Mexico owned and operated Vitality Works. Vitality Works plans to expand its manufacturing plant, administrative facilities and laboratories located at 8500 Bluewater Rd., NW.

BernCo Commission Approves Bonds for New Affordable Housing Apartment Complex

The Bernalillo County Commission has approved the issuance of project revenue bonds (PRB) to fund a new 240-unit family housing complex for southwest Albuquerque near Atrisco Heritage High School.

Biz Moments: South Valley Economic Development Center

What Can Bernalillo County Economic Development Do For You?

What Can Bernalillo County Economic Development Do For You?
If you own a small business or are thinking of starting one, please call us. - Deanna Archuleta, Economic Development Director

Learn More About Bernco Cinema

Learn More About Film BernCo
Bernalillo County boasts a diverse portfolio for the production of film and television work in the State of New Mexico.

Why Bernalillo County?

Why Bernalillo County?
Bernalillo County Economic Development is proud to showcase these facts and figures that illuminate the real assets in our community

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