Greater Albuquerque Housing Partnership

A 501(c)3 Nonprofit

Development History

1996-1997 BridgePoint Apartments

Located on the Southwest Mesa, the Bridgepoint Apartments were the Greater Albuquerque Housing Partnership's first LIHTC development.  It featured 214 multi-family units targeted to both seniors and families. Ownership of this property was transferred away from GAHP. Total development costs $14,500,000.

1996-1997 San Ignacio Court

Located in the Santa Barbara/Martineztown Neighborhood, San Ignacio Homes were the GAHP's first affordable home ownership development.  It features 13 single family unattached 3 and 4 bedroom homes.  Total development costs $2,100,000.


Bell Alcazar

Located in the Trumbull Village Neighborhood, the Bell Alcazar Homes were the GAHP's first affordable home ownership development in the Trumbull Village Neighborhood.  It features 7 single family unattached 3 bedroom homes.  Total development costs $717,000.


2000-2001 High Cordero

Located in the Santa Barbara/Martineztown Neighborhood, High Cordero Homes features 9 single family unattached 2 and 3 bedroom homes with radiant floor heat and stained concrete floors. Total development costs $1,030,000.


2000-2001 Trumbull Village Homes

Located in the Trumbull Village Neighborhood, Trumbull Village Homes were turned over to the GAHP to complete and market when another non-profit filed for bankruptcy. The development features 4 fourplexes, with three and four bedroom townhomes. Total development costs $2,200,000.


2001-2002 Mesilla Bell

Located in the Trumbull Village Neighborhood, the Mesilla Bell Homes resulted from a City design competition.  Mahlman Miles architects won the competition for 4 two and three bedroom townhomes. Total development costs $576,000.

2002 Edith Crespin

Located in the Santa Barbara/Martineztown Neighborhood, the Edith Crespin Homes feature 5 single family unattached two and three bedroom homes with radiant floor heat and stained concrete floors. Total Development costs $544,200.

2004 El Porvenir

Located in the Santa Barbara/Martineztown Neighborhood, El Porvenir Homes feature 13 single family unattached two and three bedroom homes within a cul-de-sac.  Total development costs $2,074,000.

2004-2005 Sunport Townhomes

Located in the Southeast Heights just west of Carlisle Boulevard, the Sunport Townhomes back the Puerto Del Sol Golf Course and feature 18, three bedroom two story townhomes with wonderful views of the West Mesa.  Total development costs $2,997,000.

2005-2007 Barelas Homes

Located in the Barelas Neighborhood, just south of Downtown Albuquerque, the Barelas Homes feature 12 single family unattached two and three bedroom homes, and 6 three bedroom townhomes, Total development costs $5,000,000.

2006-2008 Trumbull Village Infill

Located in the Trumbull Village Neighborhood, Trumbull Vilalge Infill Homes feature 7 unattached single family homes of 2,3, and 4 bedrooms. Total development costs to date $1,590,000.

2009-2012 Plaza Feliz

Located in the Trumbull Village Neighborhood, Plaza Feliz is a 66 unit LIHTC(low income housing tax credit) development with 4,000 sq.ft. day care center and leasing office.  Built on land donated by the City of Albuquerque and funded with New Mexico MFA LIHTCs purchased by PNC Real Estate, Plaza Feliz has made major contributions to the Trumbull Village Community.  Total Development costs $12,254,000.

2011-2014 Plaza Ciudana

Located in the Santa Barbara/Martineztown Neighborhood, the Plaza Ciudana Apartments are a 68 unit LIHTC development with a community building and leasing office. Built on land financed by the City of Albuquerque and funded with New Mexico MFA LIHTCs purchased by US Bank.  Total development costs $14,000,000.

2015-2016 Cuatro

Located in the Wells Park Neighborhood, the Cuatro Apartments are a 56 unit LIHTC development designed for seniors and tenants with special needs and is a LEED Platinum building.  It provides efficiency, one bedroom-one bath, two bedroom-one bath, and two bedroom-two bath units for people 55+ in age. Total development costs $11,600,000.

2016-2017 Casa Feliz

Located in the Trumbull Village Neighborhood, Casa Feliz Apartments is a 89 unit LIHTC development.  There are eleven buildings on nine separate lots and received LEED Platinum Certification.  This multi-family rental apartment complex is 100% affordable for all residents.  Total development costs $16,800,000.

2017-2018 Sterling Downtown

Located in the Raynolds Addition Neighborhood, Sterling Apartments is made up of 28 efficiency, 67 one-bedroom, and 12 two-bedroom apartments.  Six units are ADA accessible and the remaining 101 units are adaptable for individuals with disabilities.Total development costs $13,600,000.