Inside Santa Fe's $90 Million Urban Development Project

Plans include a new commuter rail and office building for the Department of Transportation.

"The proposal calls for a mix of residential housing, retail shops and commercial outlets on the 25 acres where the department has its headquarters — about 1.5 miles from the city's historic plaza.

The department proposes that a private developer pick up the tab for the design and construction of a 300,000-square-foot office building to house 900 workers, a parking garage for 900 vehicles and a "multi-modal transportation facility'' that will serve as a terminal for commuter rail that the governor has proposed between Santa Fe and Albuquerque."

Thanks to Brenda Meyer

Full Story: DOT Wants Private Developer To Build Transit Center on State Land in S.F.

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