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  • Realty & Development Advisors, L.L.C.
  • 8814 Horizon Blvd. NE #400
  • Albuquerque, NM 87113


UNM Clinic Relocates to Med Arts Plaza: August 2012

The University of New Mexico Medical Group has relocated its Truman Street Clinic to Building F in Medical Arts Plaza at 801 Encino NE.  The 2-story building’s 9,000 square foot interior was completely demolished and rebuilt by Cauwels & Stuve Construction & Design to meet the UNM Clinic’s specifications. The dramatically transformed facility now houses a treatment center and its in-house Pharmacy. With this new lease, Med Arts occupancy further increases and the mid-century medical park nears completion of its comprehensive refurbishment and lease-up campaign.

C&S Architect Richard Rappuhn and Project Manager Mark Haley worked with DPC Construction to complete the project on budget and on time, delivering a state-of-the-art clinic that will serve the community for many years to come.

C&S Announces Opening of The Medical Resort at Fiesta Park: July 2012

Cauwels & Stuve Realty & Development Advisors, LLC is pleased to announce the opening of The Medical Resort at Fiesta Park. This unique 65,000 square foot facility at 8820 Horizon Blvd. NE boasts a coffee bar, multiple fitness / therapy areas, eat-in restaurant and a movie theatre, all provided within an exceptional skilled nursing environment with finely appointed private rooms. The multi-million dollar redevelopment project completely transformed the vacated Valle Norte Care Center into an upscale Skilled Nursing Facility and created 110 new full-time jobs. The Operator has 25 years’ experience in the post-acute care market in Texas and New Mexico. Teaming with Cauwels & Stuve’s expertise in senior living development, the Operator created a short-term rehabilitation facility with resort-like amenities and high-end finishes.

Enterprise Builders was the general contractor on the Project. Richard Rappuhn, AIA of Cauwels & Stuve Construction and Design was the architect. Bob Lehman, Larry Levy and Darin Davis of the Bank of Albuquerque underwrote the project.

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Student Thankful for C&S Scholarship

Dear Mr. Stuve,

Thank you for the $250 Cauwels & Stuve award I received at the 2012 Central New Mexico Science and Engineering Research Challenge. Researching how pressurized joints both work and can be improved was a rewarding project, and I hope to continue my work in this area. Your award will help me as I pursue a college degree and further study engineering.

Josh Ludwigsen
Eldorado High School.

C&S Customer Acquires New Building: 4815 Jefferson NE: May 2012

Cauwels & Stuve is pleased to announce the acquisition of 4815 Jefferson NE by its client Alvarado Roofing. This 1 acre M-1 property is located in the prime North I-25 corridor and will be the roofing company's new home as it relocates from the south valley.

Stuve, Dolan Singled Out for Member Recognition: December 2011

Commercial real estate developer and broker Jeff Stuve was recognized as Member of the Year at Friday’s awards luncheon of NAIOP, the commercial real estate development association.

Described as “the heart and soul of the awards committee,” Stuve has portrayed Indiana Jones, Captain Kirk, James Bond and other characters in the campy theatrics used in NAIOP’s annual awards program.

On the serious side, he was the voice of the development community during the debate over Albuquerque’s impact fees in 2005, when he was NAIOP’s chair. He’s also chaired several of NAIOP’s key committees over the years.

In 2006, Stuve shared the national Governmental Affairs Building the Bridge Award from Washington, D.C.-based NAIOP, the local chapter’s parent organization, for lobbying at the state Legislature against a bill that would have allowed telecom providers free access to privately owned buildings.

In a presentation that sounded like he was also being named member of the year, outgoing NAIOP chair Drew Dolan was recognized for his year as head of the New Mexico chapter.

“I believe his greatest accomplishments have been in the legislative arena,” architect Dale Dekker told the luncheon audience in recognizing Dolan.

Dolan was credited with forming an effective Legislative Affairs Committee that made an impact during the legislative sessions as well as at state agencies.