219 Central Ave NW

Multi-Family: High-Rise

219 Central Ave NW, AlbuquerqueNM 87102

Property Details

Location

Address
219 Central Ave NW, AlbuquerqueNM 87102
County
Bernalillo
Submarket
Downtown
Parcels
101405721443426501AV
In Opportunity Zone
Yes

Building Size

Building Size
8,873 SF

Building Details

Type
 Multi-Family: High-Rise
Number of Buildings
1
Occupancy Type
Multi-tenant
Percent Occupied
100%
Building Class
Building Status
Existing
Floors
8
Year Built
Sprinklers
Primary Const.
Framed
Parking Ratio

Land & Utilities

Land (Acres)
0.30 Acres
Land (SF)
12,883 SF
Sanitary Sewer
Yes
Water
Yes
Rail Service
No
Zoning
Lot Depth
Lot Width

Contacts

Current Listings

Office Space at the Banque Lofts

Office For LeaseFloor 2, Suite 201
1,325 SF $16.50 - $18.50 Annual/SF
Retail Solutions

The Banque Lofts is a historical mixed use building that stands as an example of modern day mixed use development. This office/retail/residential building stands at 8 stories located right within Downtown at Central and 3rd St. The Banque Lofts offer flexibly sized office spaces fit for a wide variety of users. The common areas are immaculate with original marble finishes, high end decor and shared reception/security. Be part of this historic Downtown building in a new offering at competitive rates.

Great traditional office space in shell condition. Ownership is willing to reconfigure space to tenant's specific needs. Access to 2nd floor shared patio space.

Retail Solutions

The Banque Lofts is a historical mixed use building that stands as an example of modern day mixed use development. This office/retail/residential building stands at 8 stories located right within Downtown at Central and 3rd St. The Banque Lofts offer flexibly sized office spaces fit for a wide variety of users. The common areas are immaculate with original marble finishes, high end decor and shared reception/security. Be part of this historic Downtown building in a new offering at competitive rates.

Great traditional office space in shell condition. Ownership is willing to reconfigure space to tenant's specific needs. Access to 2nd floor shared patio space.

View Details
View Details

The Banque Lofts Landmark

Retail For LeaseSuite 2nd Floor
3,031 SF $14.00 - $18.00 Annual/SF
Colliers

Originally designed by Henry Charles Trost, of El Paso’s Trost and Trost Architectural Firm, The Banque Lofts blends urban life with contemporary design while maintaining the original business renaissance style of the early 1920s. Completed with palladian style windows and masterfully crafted medallions and pilasters, this architectural marvel became an Albuquerque landmark in 1979. It became historically known as the First National Bank building. The Banque Lofts was Albuquerque’s first skyscraper built originally in 1921, and it’s still one of the tallest structures on the city’s famed downtown Central Ave, part of the original Route 66. Today it holds a distinguished place in the Albuquerque skyline

• Ideally located in Albuquerque’s downtown business district, off of

historic Route 66/Central Ave

• +/-8,000 SF roof top deck with 360 degree city views and open air

balconies available to all tenants

• Exceptionally secure with on site security and key card access

• Attached breeze way access to adjacent 3rd Street parking garage

• Unique architectural features that provide an unmatched level of

ambience and sophistication unlike any other building in the city

• 25 fully leased apartments located in the building along with occupied

office and retail tenants

Colliers

Originally designed by Henry Charles Trost, of El Paso’s Trost and Trost Architectural Firm, The Banque Lofts blends urban life with contemporary design while maintaining the original business renaissance style of the early 1920s. Completed with palladian style windows and masterfully crafted medallions and pilasters, this architectural marvel became an Albuquerque landmark in 1979. It became historically known as the First National Bank building. The Banque Lofts was Albuquerque’s first skyscraper built originally in 1921, and it’s still one of the tallest structures on the city’s famed downtown Central Ave, part of the original Route 66. Today it holds a distinguished place in the Albuquerque skyline

• Ideally located in Albuquerque’s downtown business district, off of

historic Route 66/Central Ave

• +/-8,000 SF roof top deck with 360 degree city views and open air

balconies available to all tenants

• Exceptionally secure with on site security and key card access

• Attached breeze way access to adjacent 3rd Street parking garage

• Unique architectural features that provide an unmatched level of

ambience and sophistication unlike any other building in the city

• 25 fully leased apartments located in the building along with occupied

office and retail tenants

View Details
View Details

The Banque Lofts Landmark

Retail For LeaseSuite 7th Floor
7,082 SF $14.00 - $18.00 Annual/SF
Colliers

Originally designed by Henry Charles Trost, of El Paso’s Trost and Trost Architectural Firm, The Banque Lofts blends urban life with contemporary design while maintaining the original business renaissance style of the early 1920s. Completed with palladian style windows and masterfully crafted medallions and pilasters, this architectural marvel became an Albuquerque landmark in 1979. It became historically known as the First National Bank building. The Banque Lofts was Albuquerque’s first skyscraper built originally in 1921, and it’s still one of the tallest structures on the city’s famed downtown Central Ave, part of the original Route 66. Today it holds a distinguished place in the Albuquerque skyline

• Ideally located in Albuquerque’s downtown business district, off of

historic Route 66/Central Ave

• +/-8,000 SF roof top deck with 360 degree city views and open air

balconies available to all tenants

• Exceptionally secure with on site security and key card access

• Attached breeze way access to adjacent 3rd Street parking garage

• Unique architectural features that provide an unmatched level of

ambience and sophistication unlike any other building in the city

• 25 fully leased apartments located in the building along with occupied

office and retail tenants

Colliers

Originally designed by Henry Charles Trost, of El Paso’s Trost and Trost Architectural Firm, The Banque Lofts blends urban life with contemporary design while maintaining the original business renaissance style of the early 1920s. Completed with palladian style windows and masterfully crafted medallions and pilasters, this architectural marvel became an Albuquerque landmark in 1979. It became historically known as the First National Bank building. The Banque Lofts was Albuquerque’s first skyscraper built originally in 1921, and it’s still one of the tallest structures on the city’s famed downtown Central Ave, part of the original Route 66. Today it holds a distinguished place in the Albuquerque skyline

• Ideally located in Albuquerque’s downtown business district, off of

historic Route 66/Central Ave

• +/-8,000 SF roof top deck with 360 degree city views and open air

balconies available to all tenants

• Exceptionally secure with on site security and key card access

• Attached breeze way access to adjacent 3rd Street parking garage

• Unique architectural features that provide an unmatched level of

ambience and sophistication unlike any other building in the city

• 25 fully leased apartments located in the building along with occupied

office and retail tenants

View Details
View Details

Office Space at the Banque Lofts

1,065 SF $16.50 - $18.50 Annual/SF
Retail Solutions

The Banque Lofts is a historical mixed use building that stands as an example of modern day mixed use development. This office/retail/residential building stands at 8 stories located right within Downtown at Central and 3rd St. The Banque Lofts offer flexibly sized office spaces fit for a wide variety of users. The common areas are immaculate with original marble finishes, high end decor and shared reception/security. Be part of this historic Downtown building in a new offering at competitive rates.

Open floor plan in shell condition. Ownership is willing to finish out space to tenant's specific layout and finishes.

Retail Solutions

The Banque Lofts is a historical mixed use building that stands as an example of modern day mixed use development. This office/retail/residential building stands at 8 stories located right within Downtown at Central and 3rd St. The Banque Lofts offer flexibly sized office spaces fit for a wide variety of users. The common areas are immaculate with original marble finishes, high end decor and shared reception/security. Be part of this historic Downtown building in a new offering at competitive rates.

Open floor plan in shell condition. Ownership is willing to finish out space to tenant's specific layout and finishes.

View Details
View Details

The Banque Lofts Landmark

Retail For LeaseSuite Garden Level
5,491 SF $14.00 - $18.00 Annual/SF
Colliers

Originally designed by Henry Charles Trost, of El Paso’s Trost and Trost Architectural Firm, The Banque Lofts blends urban life with contemporary design while maintaining the original business renaissance style of the early 1920s. Completed with palladian style windows and masterfully crafted medallions and pilasters, this architectural marvel became an Albuquerque landmark in 1979. It became historically known as the First National Bank building. The Banque Lofts was Albuquerque’s first skyscraper built originally in 1921, and it’s still one of the tallest structures on the city’s famed downtown Central Ave, part of the original Route 66. Today it holds a distinguished place in the Albuquerque skyline

• Ideally located in Albuquerque’s downtown business district, off of

historic Route 66/Central Ave

• +/-8,000 SF roof top deck with 360 degree city views and open air

balconies available to all tenants

• Exceptionally secure with on site security and key card access

• Attached breeze way access to adjacent 3rd Street parking garage

• Unique architectural features that provide an unmatched level of

ambience and sophistication unlike any other building in the city

• 25 fully leased apartments located in the building along with occupied

office and retail tenants

Colliers

Originally designed by Henry Charles Trost, of El Paso’s Trost and Trost Architectural Firm, The Banque Lofts blends urban life with contemporary design while maintaining the original business renaissance style of the early 1920s. Completed with palladian style windows and masterfully crafted medallions and pilasters, this architectural marvel became an Albuquerque landmark in 1979. It became historically known as the First National Bank building. The Banque Lofts was Albuquerque’s first skyscraper built originally in 1921, and it’s still one of the tallest structures on the city’s famed downtown Central Ave, part of the original Route 66. Today it holds a distinguished place in the Albuquerque skyline

• Ideally located in Albuquerque’s downtown business district, off of

historic Route 66/Central Ave

• +/-8,000 SF roof top deck with 360 degree city views and open air

balconies available to all tenants

• Exceptionally secure with on site security and key card access

• Attached breeze way access to adjacent 3rd Street parking garage

• Unique architectural features that provide an unmatched level of

ambience and sophistication unlike any other building in the city

• 25 fully leased apartments located in the building along with occupied

office and retail tenants

View Details
View Details

Commercial Location Score (CLS) is a scoring system developed by Moody's Analytics to help commercial real estate professionals gain a quick understanding of the major factors that affect the value of a location. It's designed as a means to consistently evaluate a location's suitability/desirability for a particular use based on a number of factors.

CIE

Source: CARNM

More Information

©Copyright 2001-2021 Catylist. All Rights Reserved. The information presented herein is provided as is, without warranty of any kind. Neither CARNM nor Catylist Real Estate Software, Inc. assume any liability for errors or omissions.

Commercial Exchange is a national commercial real estate marketplace powered by Catylist.