Meaning “high village” or “high town,” Pueblo Alto is named for a mesa top great house at Chaco Canyon National Monument and is a city recognized neighborhood association bordered by San Mateo, Lomas, Washington Street and Constitution Ave. Membership in the Pueblo Alto Neighborhood Association (PANA) is voluntary.
Built predominantly in the 1950’s it does have a handful of homes built as late as the 1990’s The median price of a home in PANA is about $215k and prices range from $140k for the rare foreclosure up to about $300k. The median home size is 1,610 square feet. Here’s more detailed market information for Pueblo Alto.
Among many amenities directly at the edge of PANA, we have a Sprouts, Wecks, Ace and Pioneer Hardware stores, Los Cuatos, Starbucks, a handful of flea market/antique stores and services. We also have one of the best little diners in Albuquerque, Hurricane’s Cafe. I say we because this is my own neighborhood.
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– Joe LaMastra, Realty One of New Mexico, August 22, 2016