Property Highlights - Tierra Grand Land For Sale
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Property Highlights

Land Appreciation

This is the best land investment opportunity in all of North America!  You will not be able to find another property fully platted with roads and dedicated easements.

  • Bordered by Highway 47, Highway 60, and minutes from Interstate 25
  • 30 Minute drive to Albuquerque
  • Zoning among the available units ranges from residential to multi-use, allowing commercial and industrial development
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Solar Development Opportunity

Significant interest has been generated for the development of a Utility Scale Solar project on the subject property because of the following:

  • The land has been designated as an ideal site for solar due to the radian sun energy that is available almost year round
  • The 69KV line that parallels highway 47 offers a potential interconnection point for renewable energy transmission
  • SunZia®transmission project consists of two bi-directional extra high voltage electric transmission lines and substations that will transport energy from Arizona and New Mexico customers across the southwest.  On January 23rd, 2015 the BLM approved SunZia’s application for right of way across federally owned property.  The alignment of the SunZia line is located a short distance from our Tierra Grande Holdings
  • Tres Amigas LLC is a project proposed in Clovis, New Mexico that will unite the Nations three electric power grids.  In December of 2015, FERC accepted transmission service agreements for the Tres Amigas facility

Ranching Opportunities

Livestock and livestock production is one of the largest industries in New Mexico.  As of 2007, the dairy industry was bringing in an annual $1.3 billion and the beef industry taking in a $951 million, ranching has been one of the most stable economic and cultural foundations in New Mexico

  • 39% of the state’s total agricultural receipts are generated by dairy products
  • 37% of the states total agricultural receipts are generated by beef cattle and calves.
  • Annual crop and livestock sales exceeded $3.3 billion in 2007
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