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Old 12-30-2007, 12:24 PM
Location: Lubbock, TX
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Which parts of Lubbock (NW, SW, NE, etc) are the best to live? Anyone heard of Tech Terrace? Any good?

What else is there to see and do? Anything worth seeing in New Mexico?

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Old 12-30-2007, 02:04 PM
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Newest neighborhoods and growth are in the South and Southwest parts of the city.
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Old 12-30-2007, 03:22 PM
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And in a few years, the northwest side should expect to be the new hot area. Neighborhoods are being built around a future extension of Slide Road north of Loop 289.

To answer your see-and-do question, you've got some possibilities. If you like good wine, the area has two wineries, one north of the city, and another to the south. There is also the Depot District for entertainment. And you'll need to check out the Buddy Holly Center as well as the Wind Power Museum. The city has gorgeous sunrises and even better sunsets.
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Old 01-03-2008, 12:11 PM
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The housing construction is extensive, seems like, in every direction. But mainly southwest, where I am located outside the Loop.

TechTerrace near TTU, alot of students live nearby, so may be noisy. But there are some very cute and charming houses there, I imagine pricey as well. Unlike the brick row houses being built out here.

NM a very beautiful state. Sometimes I go over to Hobbs or Clovis (near border) to look around. There is a new casino in Hobbs. Then there is Ruidoso, beautiful mountains and camping over there. There are Carlsbad Caverns in southern NM near LasCruces. Santa Fe is a favorite, but very expensive, and the altitude is over 7,000 ft. Very diverse topography, mountains and high altitude in north, and hot, desert in south. Don't forget Roswell and Route 66! Alot of sight seeing to do in every corner.

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