Located directly on Santa Fe’s “rail trail,” the Pacheco Street Lofts are a convenient five-minute walk from the Railyards Park.
Completed in 2007, the Pacheco Street Lofts are adjacent to the Rail Runner train’s South Capitol station, which provides service to the downtown Albuquerque Alvarado Transportation Center and Albuquerque’s International Sunport airport. The three-story live/work lofts are configured around a courtyard and frame extraordinary views of historic downtown, the Jemez and Sangre de Christo mountain ranges, and Atalya Mountain.
Pacheco Street consists of 15 open-plan lofts ranging from 667 to 1014 square feet, which are designed to be flexible for the perfect artist’s studio/gallery, primary residence, or weekend retreat. Cantilevered steel balconies on the third level provide unparalleled views of Santa Fe’s surrounding landscape and cityscape and marry the image of this project with the adjacent architecture of the historic Santa Fe Burlington Northern railroad.
2008 Parade of Homes Winner | 2007 American Institute of Architects Santa Fe Design Excellence Award