The building contains about 36,300 square feet. The building is constructed of concrete masonry units (CMU) with brick veneer, stucco, and painted block exterior finish and a flat, built-up, tar and gravel roof. The interior of the building is finished out with carpeting, vinyl and ceramic tile flooring, painted and textured gypsum board walls, some wallpaper, suspended acoustical tile ceiling, and recessed fluorescent lights. The floor plan is currently configured with about 5,000 square feet of converted warehouse (now has dropped ceiling, carpet on floor, and heated/cooled, but could easily be converted back to warehouse) and two, large, open, office areas. These two types of space comprise the majority of the building, but the floor plan also has two, large, enclosed offices; electrical room; telecom and PBX room; print and server room; a training room; a computer room with high pressure, laminate floor panels; ten, small, enclosed offices; eight restrooms; three, small, meeting rooms; a conference room; a break/lunch room; kitchenette; customer lobby with reception counter/work area; and numerous storage rooms, mechanical rooms, and closets.
Special features of the building include: one overhead, grade-level, loading door; security vestibules at the front and rear entrances with revolving doors; a fire suppressant sprinkler system in the ceiling; raised floor in about 26,800 square feet of the building; a records storage vault; a backup generator in an enclosed, 20’ x 32’, split-face block, wall; an automatic sliding glass door between the computer room and the main data center; fiber optic wiring is available - call agent; and central cooling and natural gas-fired heating. - Parking description: Parking on both the front and rear of the building, as well as an adjacent lot, and a lot across the street to the SE. - Area description: The property is located in the southeast quadrant of Albuquerque, on the far west side of the market area, at the southeast corner of Coal Avenue and Oak Street. The market area may be defined by Interstate Highway 40 to the north, Eubank Boulevard to the east, Albuquerque International Sunport and Kirtland Air Force Base (KAFB) to the south, and Intestate Highway 25 to the west. Primary access to the market area is provided by Interstate Highways 25 and 40. Primary north/south access within the market area is provided by University, Carlisle, San Mateo, Louisiana, and Wyoming Boulevards. Primary east/west access within the market area is provided by Indian School Road, Lomas Boulevard, Central Avenue, and Gibson Boulevard. Residential development is typically older, middle- and lower-income housing. The market area is also characterized by numerous apartment complexes and several mobile home parks. Residential areas are established developments and no significant demolition and/or renovation trends are evident. Commercial development is concentrated along the major thoroughfares with predominant land uses being RV sales, mobile home sales, trailer sales, fast food restaurants, automobile service and repair, auto parts stores, used car lots, and old motels from the 50s and 60s. New development is occurring along Central Avenue, between Moon Street and Eubank Boulevard. Some of the most recent developments include Walgreens Pharmacy, Starbuck’s Coffee, Chili’s Bar and Grill, Golden Pride Restaurant, Del Taco fast food restaurant, Checkers Auto Parts, AutoZone, Golden Corral restaurant, and Church’s Fried Chicken fast food restaurant. There is a large concentration of 23 hotel/motels along Yale Boulevard, Centre Avenue, International Avenue, Sunport Place, and Sunport Boulevard in the southwest part of the market area. Large, special use properties in the market area include Puerto Del Sol Golf Course at the northeast corner of Girard and Gibson Boulevards; Lovelace Medical Center and the Veteran Affairs Medical Center in the southwest corner of the market area; and the New Mexico State Fairgrounds and Tingley Coliseum on the east side of San Pedro Drive, between Lomas Boulevard and Central Avenue in the western part of the market area. Kirtland Air Force Base (KAFB) is located just south of the subject market area and is a large civilian and military employer in Albuquerque. KAFB is also the location of Sandia National Laboratories, one of the largest employers in the state, and the Albuquerque International Sunport. Properties immediately surrounding the property include medical office buildings to the north and east, a light industrial property to the south, and Interstate Highway 25 to the west. Public utilities are available to all parts of the market area. PNM and New Mexico Gas Company is the electricity and natural gas supplier. The City of Albuquerque provides water and sanitary sewer systems. Drainage is aided by the Albuquerque Metropolitan Arroyo Flood Control Authority system. Comcast and CenturyLink Communications provide public communication systems throughout the market area. The outlook for the market area in the foreseeable future is for continued,new commercial development and revitalization. - Number of buildings: 1 - Class of space: Class C - Tenancy: Single Tenant
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