Silver Hill has a number of parks, pawn shops, and community centers we’ll discuss in this short post. First, a quick introduction to the area.
Southwest Albuquerque’s Silver Hill is a nice older neighborhood. In fact, Silver Hill Historic District status was granted to it because of how well-known and adored it is. The open landscapes and architecture are preserved by this classification. Additionally, the CNM Main Campus and numerous historic structures nearby make it a popular destination in Albuquerque.
Albuquerque, New Mexico is home to Roosevelt Park. This historic park is a designated Albuquerque Historic Landmark and is listed on both the National Register of Historic Places and the State Register of Cultural Properties for New Mexico. A sandy arroyo filled with trash was transformed into a rolling, green environment planted with more than 2,000 trees and plants between 1933 and 1935 by manual laborers hired by President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s New Deal programs. It has long been a favorite gathering and entertainment spot in the city.
The recurrent business of their loyal customers is what keeps everyone at the University Pawn flourishing. A regular clientele is their target audience, and they want to develop and maintain close bonds with them. They operate an established pawn store in Silver Hill, Albuquerque neighborhood. Since the owner, Scott, has worked at a number of local pawn shops over the past ten years, there’s a good possibility you’ll come in and recognize someone if you’re familiar with the pawn industry in the Albuquerque region.
One Google reviewer, Ryan M., shared;
“I’ve never been a customer of University Pawn but Jack recovered some very specialized equipment for me that was stolen earlier in the month. He went above and beyond to help me out and demonstrated a ton of character in recovering and returning my belongings. He runs the business with an extraordinary level of integrity and for that, I recommend University Pawn to everyone.”
Heights Community Center
In Silver Hill, Albuquerque there is a historical community center called The Heights Community Center. It is close to Central New Mexico College and the University of New Mexico. The Center contains a dance studio, a gym with a half-court, a computer lab, and multipurpose rooms.
Driving Directions from Heights Community Center to Enhancement Center
Drive 19 min (7.4 miles)
Heights Community Center
823 Buena Vista Dr SE, Albuquerque, NM 87106, United States
Head north on Buena Vista Dr SE toward Eton Ave SE
2 min (0.3 mi)
Take Frontage Rd N, Pan American Frontage Rd N and Montgomery Blvd NE to Georgia St NE
16 min (7.0 mi)
Turn left onto Lead Ave SE
Turn right onto University Blvd SE
Turn left onto Lomas Blvd NE
Turn right onto Frontage Rd N
Continue onto Pan American Frontage Rd N
Slight right toward Montgomery Blvd NE
Slight right onto Montgomery Blvd NE
Pass by Del Taco (on the right in 1.1 mi)
Turn right onto Georgia St NE
Destination will be on the right
47 s (456 ft)
The Enhancement Center
3901 Georgia St NE a4, Albuquerque, NM 87110, United States
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