Investing for Student Success

Lobo Development Corporation is committed to investing in the University of New Mexico. Through successful development, LDC seeks to improve the University financially and more importantly the lives of the students. LDC’s first major project was Lobo village, an apartment-style dormitory complex for upper classmen located on UNM’s South Campus. Lobo Village was the first housing project for UNM since the early 1990’s, and was a major investment into UNM’s undergraduate population. Research from universities across the country shows a major increase in student success rates when they live on campus both in GPA and graduation rates.

  • Academic Success (PDF)
  • Living On Campus (PDF)

Following Lobo Village, LDC initiated two large scale dormitory projects on Central Campus with the first one scheduled for completion in fall 2012. The second phase will be completed by fall 2014, doubling the number of dormitory beds.

Investing for the Future

LDC will continue its mission of investing in UNM for the betterment of the students. Through its unique position as a private entity owned by the University, LDC has the support of the University and the capability to create new successful developments in the future.


Board of Regents approves South Campus Master Development Agreement 12-11-12

Final ULI Reports on the Lomas Corridor



Meeting of the Board of Directors June 6, 2014 1:30pm 851 University Blvd SE Suite 201 Science and Tech Park Conf. Room 

Board Meeting Agenda 6/6/2014