In the mid 1960s to early 1980s, most of the vacant lots were sold to individuals, with Albuquerque residents making up approximately 50% of the land owners.
Today, vacant lots in the area range in size from approximately 1/4 to 3/4+ acre parcels and are priced from $72,500 to $210,000.
During the first half of 2018, there were 9 land sales in the Volcano Cliffs subdivision. Prices ranged from $60,000 – $159,000. Days on the market ranged from 30 – 578 days.
Volcano Heights is a project designed to encourage urban development and strong employment growth on Albuquerque’s westside. Volcano Heights is nearly 600 acres surrounding Unser Blvd. and Paseo del Norte, north of Volcano Cliffs. One of the primary goals is to reduce traffic that crosses the Rio Grande. The plan provides opportunities for new jobs, retail establishment and housing. Return often for updates on Volcano Heights.
The VCPOA is a non-profit organization that represents the property owners. Members pay dues annually to the organization for representation. The VCPOA meets each month and annually in November.