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this dedicated page is for realtors and potential homeowers looking for units for sale at la luz.

Welcome to Laz Luz, a Townhome community designed by Antoine Predock.

La Luz (Spanish for “The Light”) is an exclusive community of townhomes established along the Bosque (Cottonwood Forrest) of the Rio Grande river near the center of the city of Albuquerque. The complex is spread out over 80 Acres and provides 2 Tennis Courts a beautiful outdoor swimming pool, manicured grounds and access to the trails found along the Rio Grande Bosque.

Pool at La Luz

World renowned architect Antoine Predock designed this complex to be in harmony with the elements around it. The adobe construction, flowing architecture and terraced affect all provide a very attractive community with amazing views and timeless floor plans. It has been said the La Luz del Oeste complex is keen to a giant sculpture rising from earths landscape.

The La Luz subdivision consist of 96 Adobe homes most being built between 1968 and 1972. Although the floor plans vary the general interior theme was stunning red brick floors and aesthetic Douglas Fir planked ceilings. Each La Luz Townhouse is designed with privacy, spectacular mountain and city light views in mind. Through the past 46 years most have gone through some type of modern updating particularly with kitchens and baths but the contemporary and world class feel remains true. The average size of La Luz home for sale is approx 1930 sq.ft with the largest home being just under 2400’ and smallest approximately 1400’. The private streets all have a posted speed limit of 15 mph.

La Luz truly is a community and the people that are fortunate enough to reside here pride themselves for being part of the culture and harmony found only at La Luz del Oeste

La Luz is perfectly situated on Albuquerque’s west side, just off Coors Blvd. Excellent access to I-40 is just 2.5 Miles and Montano road another river crossing is just under 1 mile north. Petroglyph National Monument is 1.5 miles. Shopping and dining opportunities are abundant with the delightful Jinja restaurant just across the street! You wont feel the hustle of traffic in La Luz the design eliminates traffic and city intrusions.

La Luz has million dollar views of the bosque, city layout, and the Sandia/Manzano mountains

La Luz has 41.552 acres of open space on the east end of the community that will never be sold or developed

La Luz is listed Site No. 539 on the Registered Cultural Property list in the State of New Mexico.

La Luz offers more seclusion, if one wants it, more than in some stand-alone houses.

La Luz is walking distance to the Bosque School, a non-sectarian, co-educational, college preparatory school.

La Luz is also in proximity to St Pius Catholic High School college prepatory school.

La Luz does not allow signage on its grounds. The La Luz Office has a bulletin board for the general public that allows real estate flyers to be posted.
The La Luz Office can distribute flyers via email to interested individuals contacting the office or a realtor.
La Luz Landowners Association is dedicated in the support necessary for the quick and successful turn over of the properties within the community.

helpful links about what to expect from community living:

fd hub

community associations institute


2016 Artictectural Standards.pdf (download or view)

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2005 La Luz Regulations and Standards.pdf (download or view)

(note: this is a legacy standard publication. A rewrite for this minus the architectural standards are in the works)

view or download

current listings for units for sale at la luz.

+ 22 Link NW http://www.zillow.com/homedetails/22-Link-St-NW-Albuquerque-NM-87120/6690912_zpid/


+ 16 Link NW http://www.coldwellbankerlegacy.com/Property/NM/87120/Albuquerque/16_LINK_Street_NW


+ 4 Pool NW http://www.zillow.com/homedetails/4-Pool-St-NW-Albuquerque-NM-87120/6690925_zpid/


+ 12 Pool NW http://www.homes.com/property/12-pool-st-nw-albuquerque-nm-87120/id-700016249165/




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page updated: Tuesday, April 5, 2016 10:38 PM