Centrally located in Albuquerque, New Mexico, the Rio Grande Tech Center offers a unique mix of resources for work and leisure. Esteemed organizations like Intel, Lockheed Martin, and Northrop Grumman experience professional synergy in New Mexico while experiencing a distinct geography and cultural diversity. Links below lead to select members of our high-tech community and some of the cultural attractions, restaurants and leisure destinations they enjoy. Map links provide driving directions from the Rio Grande Tech Center.


The Rio Grande Tech Center offers convenient proximity to a unique cluster of technical research, manufacturing and business venture organizations.

Kirtland Air Force Base - Albuquerque Sunport Shared runways provide a transportation hub and secure gateway for New Mexico's technology community. RGTC is 16 minutes away from the main terminal. [map] [top]

Sandia National Laboratories
Weapons testing, hydroponics and nanotechnology are some of the research areas Sandia scientists explore to secure a more peaceful world. The Eubank gate is less than 20 minutes from the Rio Grande Tech Center. Phone 505-845-0011 [map] [top]

Eclipse Aviation
Innovative, fast-growing manufacturer is creating a luxurious six-place, twin-turbofan aircraft that costs less than most used turboprops. Phone 505-245-7555 [map] [top]

University of New Mexico
A leader in medical research, a world renowned business school and acclaimed law school. Phone 505-277-0111 [map] [top]

Los Alamos National Laboratory
University of California-run facility builds on the legacy of nuclear weapons research with the fostering of peaceful applications of science and technology. Phone 505-667-7000 [map]

Intel Corporation
The Silicon Valley based chip maker stages its largest fabrication plant on Albuquerque's west side, an 18 minute drive from the Rio Grande tech Center. Phone 505-893-7000
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Northrop Grumman

More than 430 employes in New Mexico in Albuquerque, Socorro, Las Cruces and White Sands Missile Range. Phone 505-842-8911
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Technology Ventures Corporation
Technology Ventures Corporation was founded as a non-profit, tax exempt corporation to commercialize technologies and to create jobs.Phone 505-246-2882 [map] [top]


Flying Star Cafe - Sandwiches, soups, great desserts, beer, wine, coffee, eclectic crowd. Phone 505-344-6714 [map] [top]

Pars Cuisine - Mediterranean and Persian food, table and floor seating. Phone 505-345-5156 [map] [top]

Sadies - locally owned New Mexican food noted for its margaritas.Phone 505-345-5339 [map] [top]

Gardunos - locally owned New Mexican restaurants noted for decor. Phone 505-898-9505 [map] [top]

Dion's - New Mexico owned pizza and deli sandwiches, fast and family friendly.Phone 505-898-1161 [map] [top]

Rancher's Club - exceptional service in a high scale, steakhouse on the order of Ruth's Chris or Three Forks. Phone 505-884-2500 [map] [top]

Antiquity A Restaurant - continental menu and fine wines in Old Town. Phone 505-247-3545 [map] [top]

Pappadeaux - taste of New Orleans from a national franchise. Phone 505-345-0240. [map] [top]

The Indigo Crow - historic adobe and New Mexico flavors. Phone 505-898-7000 [map] [top]

PF Chang's China Bistro - national chain and local favorite for pan asian menu.Phone 505-344-8282 [map] [top]

La Hacienda - traditional New Mexican food on the Old Town square favored by Bill Clinton. Phone 505-243-3131 [map] [top]

Seasons - upscale dining and large outdoor lounge above Old Town. Phone 505-766-5100 [map] [top]

Mr. Powdrell's Barbecue - historic building, one of Albuquerque's oldest restaurants serves Kansas City style. Phone 505-345-8086 [map] [top]

New York Pizza - thin crust, beer and wine bistro part of Central Avenue night scene. Phone 505-766-6973 [map] [top]


Old Town Sheraton: Phone 505-843-6300 [map] [top]

Marriott Pyramid: Phone 505-821-3333 [map] [top]

Sheraton Uptown: Phone 505-881-0000 [map] [top]

Albuquerque Hilton: Phone 505-884-2500 [map] [top]

La Posada de Albuquerque: Phone 505-242-9090 [map] [top]

Best Western Rio Grande Inn: Phone 505-843-9500 [map] [top]


National Hispanic Cultural Center of New Mexico: Phone 505-246-2261 [map] [top]

Indian Pueblo Cultural Center Museum: Phone 505-843-7270 [map] [top]

Albuquerque Museum: Phone 505-242-4600 [map] [top]

National Atomic Museum: Phone 505-245-2137 [map] [top]

Albuquerque Balloon Fiesta Museum: Phone 505-880-0500 [map] [top]

New Mexico Museum of Natural History & Extreme ScreenDynaTheatre: Phone 505-841-2802 [map] [top]

Georgia O'Keeffe Museum in Santa Fe: Phone 505-946-1000 [map] [top]

Santa Fe Opera: Phone 505-986-5955 [map] [top]

Sandia Peak Tramway: Phone 505-856-7325 [map] [top]

Acoma Pueblo Sky CityCultural Center: Phone 505-552-6123 [map] [top]

Route 66 Casino: Phone 505-352-7866 [map] [top]

Sandia Casino: Phone 505-796-7500 [map] [top]

Twin Warriors Golf Course: Phone 505-771-6155 [map] [top]


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