City of Albuquerque
Learn more about City-owned surplus properties currently for sale.
The City of Albuquerque owns tracts of land and/or buildings that are sometimes no longer needed to satisfy a public purpose. These types of properties are known as "surplus properties." Once the Real Property Division identifies a potential surplus property, it seeks to have it declared not-essential by the City Council. Not-essential properties are then marketed for sale in accordance with City Ordinance and are sold through a bidding process.
Bidding details are listed in each property packet, posted in PDF format, in the list below. Click on the address to view the property packet.
Please check back for the most current information, as supplemental documentation may be added.
Kimo Parkat San Mateo and Cutler
Real Property Transaction Ordinance(pertaining to the sale of real property)