Just across the Santa Fe River from the plaza area, historic Guadalupe street makes up the Eastern border of this rapidly changing neighborhood. A popular enclave of restaurants, galleries and shops along Guadalupe has recently been bolstered by the opening of the Railyard development, a 50-acre commercial, residential and entertainment district that centers on the old Santa Fe line rails, which have just recently become a major source of transportation for New Mexicans once again thanks to the state's new Rail Runner service that runs between Santa Fe, Albuquerque and other points south. In addition to being a newly minted commuter hub, the Railyard boasts a new cultural center, permanent home for the Santa Fe Farmer's market, 13-acre park, an REI store, cafes and plenty more. A cinema and artists' work spaces are still in the works. Like most places in New Mexico, numerous galleries also line the roads, as well as the popular SITE Santa Fe contemporary art space.
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Santa Fe Southern Railway
Downtown Day Spa
Santa Fe Independent Film Festival