Rembe Urban Design + Development
Values rooted in best practices and community.
With roots in New Mexico’s architectural heritage, Jay Rembe merges past and present with innovative developments that improve neighborhood value, enhance the urban experience and demonstrate Jay’s commitment to urban design ideals. Working through partnerships and his Albuquerque firm Rembe Urban Design + Development, Jay creates commercial, residential and mixed-use infill projects that resonate with the landscape and history of their place. “Working collaboratively with neighborhood groups is key to our approach. Having lived most of my life in Albuquerque, it’s important that my projects add value to their environment, both architecturally and aesthetically, and that the experience of being in the building or on its grounds is satisfying and memorable,” Jay explains.
Urban development in west downtown Albuquerque.
Jay’s infill projects west of downtown include Country Club Plaza, a three-acre mixed-use project with 75,000 square feet of existing and proposed buildings and the historic Horn Oil building, recently renovated for retail and office use; and Country Club Place, a 31,000-square foot mixed use project that includes the former 1940s Sandia Theater building, recently renovated for an Aveda Institute, and a new Albuquerque location for the Santa Fe restaurant Vinaigrette.