Albuquerque Sawmill District

Albuquerque Sawmill District
Hotel Chaco is the central landmark to the new Sawmill District, directly north of historic Old Town. Originally occupied by the American Lumber Company, the Sawmill District is being re-envisioned and redeveloped into a vibrant and eclectic neighborhood with loft-style housing, artist studios and mixed-use bu...Hotel Chaco is the central landmark to the new Sawmill District, directly north of historic Old Town. Originally occupied by the American Lumber Company, the Sawmill District is being re-envisioned and redeveloped into a vibrant and eclectic neighborhood with loft-style housing, artist studios and mixed-use buildings that are home to burgeoning businesses and entrepreneurial thinking. Elevated from the industrial roots that helped build the city of Albuquerque, the new Sawmill District is growing to reflect the richness of New Mexico’s cultural traditions, as well as emerging International trends for urban living. In the coming years, The Sawmill District is slated to become the next shopping, arts and entertainment destination in Albuquerque, in partnership with the vision of New Urbanism founder and architect, Stefanos Polyzoides. The future of the Sawmill District is poised to be an elevated destination for the savvy traveler.read more
Albuquerque Sawmill District

Sawmill Market

The Sawmill District will boast a 25,000 square-foot food court featuring local cuisine and culinary traditions, a growers' market, year-round restaurants and unique entertainment venues, art galleries, retail businesses, bars and more, all within a short distance from our...The Sawmill District will boast a 25,000 square-foot food court featuring local cuisine and culinary traditions, a growers' market, year-round restaurants and unique entertainment venues, art galleries, retail businesses, bars and more, all within a short distance from our Albuquerque resort. Sawmill Market project advisor Steve Carlin is a pioneer in food market developments such as Ferry Building Marketplace in San Francisco and the Oxbow Public Market in Napa.read more