It All Starts Here
THE INDIAN PUEBLO CULTURAL CENTER PROUDLY INTRODUCES A NEW VIDEO SHOWCASING
THE IPCC CAMPUS AS AN EXCITING DESTINATION FOR VISITORS AND LOCALS ALIKE.
VISIT THE IPCC CAMPUS AND LET THE CULTURAL CELEBRATION BEGIN!
The Indian Pueblo Cultural Center campus, located on 12th Street just north of I-40, is a vibrant, thriving business and cultural corridor like no other—right in the heart of Albuquerque. The property is owned by the 19 Pueblos of New Mexico and features the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center, a non-profit, world-class museum where Pueblo culture is celebrated through creative and cultural experiences.
The IPCC is comprised of museum and gallery space; a collection of murals and other Native art and artifacts; a library; an acclaimed restaurant, Indian Pueblo Kitchen; a premier Native American arts store and website, Indian Pueblo Store; and cultural programming and events – each celebrating the Pueblo culture of New Mexico. Visitors can learn fascinating history, shop for Native jewelry and art, watch a cultural dance, hear Native languages, and experience the flavors of traditional and contemporary Native cuisine.
Indian Pueblos Marketing, Inc. (also founded by the 19 Pueblo tribes of New Mexico) is the for-profit side of our organization. It includes a variety of owned and operated commercial enterprises designed to support the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center, while providing economic opportunities to Pueblo and local communities. Many of these businesses are located across the street in our new development, Avanyu Plaza. This includes 12th Street Tavern, a new neighborhood eatery; the largest Starbucks in New Mexico; Holiday Inn Express; and TownePlace Suites by Marriott Albuquerque Old Town. Four Winds convenience store and Extra Space Storage are also located on the IPCC/IPMI campus. In June of 2023, IPMI will also add Rainwater Wellness, a day spa and retail boutique to its offerings.
IPMI also leases space at Avanyu Plaza. Current tenants include U.S. Eagle Federal Credit Union; Rude Boy Cookies; Itality, a new Native-owned, plant-based foods grab-and-go eatery; Sixty-Six Acres restaurant; Laguna Burger; Domino’s; and government agencies with Class A office space, including the Bureau of Indian Affairs. In the summer of 2023, Mama’s Minerals will open its doors, with La Montañita Food Co-op opening in 2024.
With all of this exciting new commercial development, IPCC/IPMI has helped to create a thriving new neighborhood that is already having far-reaching benefits for the City of Albuquerque and is setting a new standard for collaboration between local and tribal governments.