Sawmill District


Explore Albuquerque’s newest destination for the savvy traveler just outside our doors. Originally the site of the American Lumber Company north of historic Old Town, the Sawmill District is being re-imagined and redeveloped into a vibrant neighborhood of loft-style housing, artist studios and retail space. Its new shops, art and entertainment reflect New Mexico’s rich culture and emerging International trends.

Sawmill Market


The Sawmill Market legendary consultant Steve Carlin, a pioneer in food market developments, including the Ferry Building Marketplace in San Francisco and the Oxbow Public Market in the Napa Valley, consulted Albuquerque's first food hall. 

The Sawmill Market brings to the District a 25,000 square-foot food hall with numerous local food vendors showcasing a multitude of culinary traditions. It not only features restaurants and bars but also offers entertainment venues, art galleries, and more.

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Spur Line Supply Co.


Discover the best in crafted and quality merchandise centered around a minimal, high desert aesthetic at Spur Line Supply Co. This concept store features a men’s and women’s shop, children’s shop, record shop, stationary, home goods, furniture, coffee and doughnuts, apothecary and floral shop with an outdoor living concept. Merchandise originates from the Southwest and beyond.

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Walking Tour of the District 

Discover the burgeoning Sawmill District and Historic Old Town through unique, immersive and enchanting walking tours Friday and Saturday afternoons. The two-hour Mezcla de Cultura Tours depart from Hotel Albuquerque at Old Town and end at Hotel Chaco.

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