The city of Albuquerque is 63 miles east along I-25 from Santa Fe and the Santa Fe National Forest. I-40 cuts through the city going east and west. ABQ Ride provides train and bus service throughout the city making it easy to get around from your Albuquerque apartment. There is also a trolley services the route between Downtown and Old Town. For longer distance travel, the city has an Amtrak station and the Albuquerque Airport has destinations to 30 cities.
You may be looking at Albuquerque apartments so you can attend the University of New Mexico or work at the Kirtland Air Force Base. The city is also home to Presbyterian Health Center. A few of the other large employers here are Intel Corporation and Lovelace Health System.
After you move into your Albuquerque apartment, you may want to check out the stunning views of the city from Sandia Peak Aerial Tramway. The city has 19 museums to explore such as the Rattlesnake Museum, Albuquerque Museum and the Petroglyph National Monument. Explora on Mountain Road NW is a science, technology and art center. Kids will love Hinkle Family Fun Center with mini-golf, go karts, arcades and rides. Rio Grande Zoological Park near the river is also worth a visit.
There are many apartments in Albuquerque to choose from. Near the airport, look north of Gibson Blvd for a large selection and easy access to the air force base. There are dozens of apartments along the Coronado Freeway. If you live close to Central Ave, you can be near the university, I-25 and public transportation.
A post office in Albuquerque is located at 201 5th Street Southwest. The phone number is 505-346-1674.
Average Rent in Albuquerque, NM
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