Shabby bohemian chic has never been Santa Fe’s style. Sure, its most distinctive city buildings are made of adobe, but its arts scene and civic soul have long had a lustrous, upscale presence. Which makes what’s happening in this industrial, 50-acre lot ―once used as a switching ground for trains ― so unexpected. Anchored by the historic Guadalupe District, drawn by lofty warehouses and a sense of artistic ferment, some of Santa Fe’s trendiest galleries are relocating to the Railyard District with restaurants and boutiques in tow, giving this area a vitality unknown elsewhere in Santa Fe.

Homes for sale in the Guadalupe and Railyard Districts Santa Fe, New Mexico

Jeffrey Harakal 505-570-7106  •  Chris Haynes (505) 660-6121  •
Sotheby's International Realty 326 Grant Ave, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501
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