This area is south of Central and Cesar Chavez and West of I-25 it continues south to the Isleta Indian Reservation. Part of the South Valley is in the country and horses and livestock are allowed. Part of the charm of the valley is the rural and rustic feel, many of the properties have wells and septic systems.
There are many new home builders near Artrisco and Bridge. DR Horton, Raylee Homes, KB homes and others are building affordable housing in this area. There are also pockets of high end properties on 1+ acre lots.
The Journal Pavilion and the ABQ Drag are off of Broadway and Rio Bravo. There are major grocery stores, fast food chains and many family-owned restaurants in the area.
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