Luxury Living. Meeting. Working.
Historical in feel, yet elegantly designed.
At nearly four years, The Banque Lofts have undergone a dramatic restoration. The initial two years of the project was dedicated to redevelop the building infrastructure.
Bring Albuquerque’s first high rise to meet and exceed typical high rise construction features found in new buildings today, while maintaining the original exterior esthetics. From heating and air handling systems, to electrical and fire protection, nearly everything you would expect from a modern living facility has been accounted for at The Banque Lofts.
Walking distance to casual & fine dinning, arts & culture! Personal conceirge, limo services, the New Mexico Rail runner and soon to be fast access to ART - (Albuquerque Rapid Transit).
Number of Units
10-25 (based on availability)
75,000 total sq. feet
2 per unit
8000 sq ft roof top deck
360 degree city views
key card access
Event space availability
WHAT'S OLD IS NEW AGAIN.
Originally designed by Henry Charles Trost, The Banque combines urban energy and contemporary design while maintaining the original, historical classic, business renaissance style. Complete with Palladian style windows and intricately crafted medallions and pilasters, this architectural masterpiece historically, the First National Bank Building, became an Albuquerque landmark in 1979. The Banque was Albuquerque’s first skyscraper built originally in 1922, and it is still the tallest structure on the city’s famed downtown Central Avenue, part of the original Route 66.