R3 -- Lomas Blvd: 400 East

From Masq
Grid Navigation
W @ E

Away from the immediate hustle and bustle of the University of New Mexico, this area of Lomas seems to be average for Albuquerque. There's a fair mix between residential and commercial structures, but most of the buildings are low and sturdy. Sporting a combination of Spanish and native Pueblo architecture, most structures have the typical red roof tiles and dusty adobe-style walls which are a reminder of the natural environment in this area of the city.

During the day, there is a fair amount of foot traffic through this area, especially through the Lomas Shopping Center, which contains a variety of shops, restaurants, and other businesses. In the evening, things slow down a bit, although local dining establishments continue to see an influx of customers well into the night.

Places of Note
  • Herbal Apothecary
    • A true Herbal Apothecary, Laura's provides organic herbs, teas, tinctures, essential oils, unique salts and clays as well as everything one needs to use or make botanical medicines. Independently owned and operated, Laura's is known for their high quality, handcrafted body care products, made right here in our shop kitchen.
  • Kiva Coffee
    • This is a small, independent coffee shop opened as an expansion of the neighboring Laura's Herbal Apothecary. All the usual coffee house fare is offered here, along with pastries and a wide range of different types of tea.
  • Lomas Shopping Center
    • The Lomas Shopping Center is a strip mall which hosts a variety of small shops and businesses. Space available for rent!
  • Shopping Center Parking
Notable Events

None yet