Dynamic Senior Living Set Amidst the Wonders of the Southwest
Our native Albuquerque blends scenic views overlooking the city with breathtaking scenery including the Sandia Mountains, Manzano Mountains, raised desert, timeless blue skies, and 310 days of sunshine each year. As one of the nation’s oldest cities, Albuquerque is known for its multicultural history and heritage, with Native American, Hispanic and Latino influences seen across everything from our architecture and cuisine to the arts, music and diverse shops and galleries found about town.
Just two miles east of downtown and very close to where the University of New Mexico overlaps with the Historic Nob Hill neighborhood is Morada Albuquerque. By bringing together the very best features of the surrounding areas, our Midtown location is vibrant and energetic, with plentiful shops and dining options, modern nightlife and the vintage, neon glow of Classic Route 66 all nearby.
From right here, it’s a quick jaunt to pharmacies and local grocers, physicians and medical centers and just some minutes away from art, cultural and history museums, as well as the renowned Old Town area. Albuquerque also has some of the finest cuisines in the country, with local chefs serving New Mexican flavors with the quintessential green and red chiles. Your options in this regard include Los Poblanos, and Mary & Tito’s Café. Fancy Native American dishes? Head down to El Pueblo Kitchen, and Dog House Drive In serve. For Italian flavors, dine at Tully’s Italian Deli.
Not all of Albuquerque’s beauty and wonderment is on the ground, though. Look towards the mountains and skies above and you’ll spy snow-covered ski slopes, the Sandia Peak Aerial Tramway, and the distinctly colorful fliers that make Albuquerque the “Hot Air Ballooning Capital of the World!”
With these breathtaking attractions, and Morada Albuquerque’s homey atmosphere, you know you are part of a wonderful community!