Winrock redevelopment slowly moving forward | KOB 4

Winrock redevelopment slowly moving forward

Ryan Laughlin
December 06, 2018 06:44 PM

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M.— Developers claim they are making progress on the Winrock project.


"We're really building a little town, with residential units, office components, potential medical component, retail, entertainment, hospitality right here at this site," said Goodman Realty’s Darin Sand.

In 2008, when the original Winrock redevelopment was supposed to get started, the economy took a turn for the worse.

"Everything was difficult to do, in terms of economic development," Sand said.

However, 10 years later, Sand is optimistic that things will get done this time around.

The next change that will be noticeable to shoppers is a road from Louisiana that will go through the mall, to the Regal Cinema.

Construction on the road is expected to start in the spring. It’s expected to be finished by the summer of 2019.

In the meantime, Hart said new restaurants and a gym will open. He also said there is a wait list for people who want to live in the apartments that have yet to be constructed.


Ryan Laughlin

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