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Recent Articles

Los Alamos – Bathtub Row Brewing Co-Op

<<<<UPDATE – The Grand Opening has been postponed to May 29>>>>   Bathtub Row Brewing Co-op began with a simple idea: create a brewery and taproom in Los Alamos as a place for the community to gather and enjoy great, locally brewed beer. We wanted to create a place for the members of the Los Alamos… READ MORE

Shop MainStreet this Spring!

March 26th, 2015 | Category: Promotions, Shop MainStreet

Businesses in MainStreet districts include a wide variety of services, retail and restaurants. Each of those is owned and operated by a small business owner who also lives in that community. These are what we like to call “homegrown businesses!” These business owners pay taxes that support local government and projects; donate to schools and… READ MORE

NMMS Impacts – The Numbers and Beyond

February 25th, 2015 | Category: General

New Mexico MainStreet (NMMS) will celebrate our 30th Anniversary this year.  As we look toward this milestone, we reflect on how this program has touched the many communities that have been part of NMMS. The Economic Impact Analysis showed us that significant funds have been invested into properties and businesses and that jobs have been… READ MORE

Preservation & Development Case Study

In case you missed them at the Building Creative Communities Conference last Fall, one of the sessions featured Jason Wilson and Bernice Radle, millennial preservationists from Buffalo, New York, who formed their own development company to rehab homes and mixed-use anchor buildings. With new financing ideas and sustainable building practices, they’re creatively building community in… READ MORE

Serf Theater

January 15th, 2015 | Category: General

The historic Serf Theater Hall (the name is an acronym of the names of the original owner’s children) in Las Vegas, NM was built in 1937 and operated for decades as a successful entertainment venue before closing in the 2000s. Recently, local business owners Charlotte and Jonathan Moore purchased the building block and renovated the theater,… READ MORE

Happy Holidays!

December 22nd, 2014 | Category: General

We just want to say –

The Importance of Shopping MainStreet

December 15th, 2014 | Category: Promotions, Shop MainStreet

This  holiday season we once again have launched a Shop MainStreet Campaign. For the past three years, we have had great success working with MainStreet communities and encouraging people to do their holiday shopping in our downtowns. We have posted community holiday events to our website and produced a Shop MainStreet poster for businesses to display.… READ MORE

Welcome to the New NMMS Assistant Director

December 4th, 2014 | Category: General

  The state New Mexico MainStreet office is happy to welcome Daniel Gutierrez to the team as the new Assistant Director! Daniel was associated with the Barelas Community Coalition and Acting Executive Director for Barelas MainStreet from 2008-2014, making him well acquainted with the principles of the program and the Four-Point Approach®.He holds a BA… READ MORE

Shop MainStreet Holiday Campaign Launch

November 20th, 2014 | Category: Promotions, Shop MainStreet

The campaign was launched in Gallup, NM on Wednesday, October 29, 2014, with a group of excited residents, business owners, local and state dignitaries including Mayor Jackie McKinney, Representative Sandra Jeff and Economic Development Cabinet Secretary Jon Barela, and special guest, Santa Claus. “MainStreet is a proven job creator and economic development tool and I… READ MORE

BCCC Session Feature: Economic Impact of Building Creative Communities

November 5th, 2014 | Category: General

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 2014, 2:45-4:15 PM New Mexico’s arts, tourism, preservation and MainStreet movements have a profound effect on local economies and the statewide economy. Recent independent studies prove that our work to build creative communities is impressive community-based economic development that warrants continued investment. The speakers will present compelling findings from several economic impact… READ MORE

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