Downtown ABQ park reopens after renovation

Downtown ABQ park reopens after renovation

ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) – After months of renovations, the oldest park in Albuquerque has reopened.

Robinson Park at Central and 8th Street has new grass and sidewalks.

The area was blocked off from the public for months to allow the new grass to grow.

City officials say the new Robinson Park is a great addition to all the new development on the west end of Central and downtown Albuquerque.

It will also be used for a Grower’s Market on Saturdays.

The park renovations were paid for through state and general obligation bonds.

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