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Siler Road Area – New Developments

The Siler Road area isn’t what you’d think would be the most exciting part of Santa Fe. Long an uninteresting industrial area supporting local businesses, warehouses, materials yards, and manufacturing facilities, the area is undergoing a renaissance in the past few years.

The first signs of hipness happened when Meow Wolf (with the help of George RR Martin) took a  look at the long abandoned Silva Lanes bowling alley (my kids are still sad it closed down) and decided it would be the perfect place to create their magical funhouse. After a year plus of renovation, they opened their new artspace which can only be described as indescribable. It was instantly a hit and outpaced initial visit estimates by an incredible amount and drew over 400,000 visitors in the first year. It has been listed nationally on many websites and travel blogs and their visit numbers are expected to continue to grow. Be sure to check out the new food truck – Trinity Kitchen – serving up Louisiana-style barbecue and other treats.

Second Street Brewery – a venerated Santa Fe brewpub with 2 locations – decided to purchase and renovate an old warehouse on Siler Road. Most of the square footage is devoted to the new brewing facility, something that will help them keep up with demand of their award winning ales and lagers. But the front third of the building will be the new taproom, which will also offer live music and a light menu.

Around the corner is another new brewpub serving up a different style of beer. Focusing mostly on sours and Belgian ales – Rowley’s Farmhouse is another cool place to check out. It’s not your typical pub, and not your typical pub food.

Siler Road Area Listings:

1300 A-4 Rufina Circle

1300 A-3 Rufina Circle

1300 A-2 Rufina Circle

1300 A-1 Rufina Circle

1301 Siler Road

Juniper Park Apartments

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$1 million price drop for Tano Road area estate

Stunning views, saltwater pool, and incomparable finishes come with this estate for sale Northwest of #SantaFe. The best part? A $1million price reduction. Call me if you’d like to see this property 505-570-1422.
 
https://santafesir.com/listing/201701745/
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Pick up Bienvenidos Santa Fe Summer Guide now

Each year, the Santa Fe New Mexico publishes it’s Santa Fe summer guide entitled Bienvenidos. The guide is a full color glossy magazine highlighting all the events going on around Santa Fe through the summer. Highlights include new exhibits at the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum (celebrating their 20th year this summer), the New Mexico History Museum (Voices of Counterculture from the Southwest), and the outdoor exhibit hosted in Cathedral Park all summer featuring prints of masterworks from the Prado Museum in Madrid, Spain.

If you’re interested in Frida Kahlo, don’t miss the new exhibit at the Spanish Colonial Museum located on Museum Hill. And of course the return of the Folk Art Market which continues to grow and become more successful each year.

The guide is available online but we highly recommend picking up a copy from a newsstand around town.

http://enewmexican.com/epaper/viewer.aspx

 

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Imus Ranch heading to auction June 15th

Don Imus Ranch to be Auctioned

The Don Imus Ranch located in northern New Mexico will be going to auction. Originally listed at $35 million 3 years ago with no takers, the auction will be held June 15th with a minimum opening bid of $5 million. Interested parties must put a $100,000 refundable cash deposit down for bidding.

The upcoming auction is expected to be run by Thomas Industries of Guilford, Conn., said Barry Chappel, an executive vice president at the firm.

Imus also found it ‘hard to breathe’ after suffering an injury while horseback riding several years ago. The ranch, located at 7,000 ft., has over 2,400 acres.

Interested parties should contact the listing agent Craig Huitfeldt of Keller Williams.

http://imusranchforsale.com

 

Don Imus ranch auction

 

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Construction Industry showing signs of Growth

A recent article in the Santa Fe New Mexican highlighted the positive growth in the construction industry statewide, but in particular in Santa Fe. Santa Fe Homebuilders Association President Kim Shanahan said “We signed up 15 homes yesterday for the Parade of Homes.” If the pace continues, the Parade of Homes will be one of the largest in recent years.

http://www.santafenewmexican.com/news/local_news/construction-industry-booms-in-n-m/article_5dcf3562-cecb-5214-a192-1a6016b7b4bf.html

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Things to do in Santa Fe

If you’re planning a trip this spring or summer to look at some homes – here’s a good list of things to do while you’re here!

https://santafe.org/Visiting_Santa_Fe/Things_to_Do/index.html

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Santa Fe, NM, USA – The old water tower in the Santa Fe Railyard Park, Santa Fe, New Mexico
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Spring in Santa Fe

Spring in Santa Fe is here! The Lilacs are blooming all over town this year, thanks to a mild winter and lots of moisture. You’re lucky to find your new home in Santa Fe with mature lilacs – they bring a spot of color and the aroma is lovely!

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