Southwest City Scoop: Construction Starts in Santa Fe
City of Santa Fe
Multifamily housing continues to be a big trend in New Mexico’s capital, Berke says. Major projects include El Camino Crossing, a mixed-use development, and the 188-unit Broadstone complex. In Santa Fe’s old rail yards, work is underway on the Railyard Flats apartment complex and Capitol Flats, which will feature 139 units. Turquesa, a 240-unit apartment complex on the city’s south side, will be located next to Santa Fe Place Mall. On the south side, Las Soleras Station, an 87-unit affordable housing complex, is in development, Berke says.
Firm in Focus
Studio Southwest Architects
2101 Mountain Road NW, Albuquerque
President: Ron Burstein
What’s New: The architecture firm was recently awarded the Santa Fe County Administrative Office project, a $28-million, 62,000-sq-ft public/private administration building.