Artyard Loft spaces at the Santa Fe Railyard

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ArtYard at the Railyard

Praxis Architects


THE LOFTS new ARTYARD complex offers plenty of height and light in these Live/Work, commercial and retail spaces located at the new Railyard area in Santa Fe, NewMexico.

Live/work in your home office or open your retail store in downtown Santa Fe at this exciting new Railyard development. Call THE LOFTS: 505-660-2112 or 505-474-3600.

The Artyard is a Sustainable Building Project in the Santa Fe Railyard with LEED Platinum certification.

Three buildings; Parkside, Trackside and Paseo will have units for purchase or lease. The Parkside (Now Available for Occupancy) and Trackside buildings will have commercial and retail space on the ground level, with Live/Work Loft spaces above. The Paseo building sits on Paseo de Peralta and will have 30,000 square feet of commercial, retail and office space on three levels.

Just a stones throw away from the new LOFTS Artyard complex at the Railyard in downtown Santa Fe:

Take a stroll along the Railyard Park, and you will experience the arrival of the Railrunner train, the Farmer's Market, art fairs, performing art events, gallery openings and parks -- all within the beautiful mountain air, light and sky, indigenous cultures, and ancient adobe architecture that have been attracting visitors and locals to Santa Fe for hundreds of years. Our Artyard complex at the Santa Fe Railyard is ideal for both living and working in a joyful, sustainable environment.

Building Green in New Mexico

The Artyard on the Santa Fe Railyard will be certified New Construction LEED Platinum; one of the first new construction mixed use buildings in New Mexico to have reached that level of high performance, energy and water efficiency, use of sustainable and re-cycled materials and indoor air quality. In addition to the LEED certification, the buildings will be more than fifty percent energy efficient than a typical building of the same type. This will qualify the building for State of New Mexico Sustainable Building Tax Credits.