Our Neighbors

The Guadalupe District

The North Railyard is surrounded by its historical cousin, the Guadalupe District. One of the oldest neighborhoods in Santa Fe, it was originally a farming community, evolving into a bustling marketplace when in 1880, trains began to deliver tourists, new residents and goods to the nearby Railyard. When railroad activity declined, the neighborhood remained, but commercial activity waned until a resurgence in the 1960’s brought about by a new artistic community.

Today, the Guadalupe District retains its original charm, but its style is even more distinctive with a vibrant mix of unusual shops, restaurants and energetic local music scene, bounded by the historical Railyard on one end and the Santuario de Guadalupe – a local and national treasure – at the other. You can easily spend the day exploring the Railyard and Guadalupe District without running out of things to do and see, or continue walking across the Santa Fe River to the Downtown Plaza to experience the best of both the new and the historic Santa Fe.

SANBUSCO MARKET CENTER

500 Montezuma Street

 

In the late 1800’s, Santa Fe Builders Supply Company (nicknamed “Sanbusco”) was one of the first businesses built along the new ATS&F Railroad line. The center thrived for many years and by 1942 grew to a cluster of warehouses and sheds totaling five acres. Eventually, the changes in railroad use left most of the structures abandoned, but after Schepps New Mexico purchased the site in 1984, and removed 100 years worth of plaster, the western warehouse aesthetic was revealed, and a bustling shopping destination was created.  The Sanbusco Center will soon be transforming into it’s next identity as the new home of the New Mexico School for the Arts.

ALSO IN THE GUADALUPE DISTRICT:

333 MONTEZUMA ANNEX
Modern and Contemporary Art & Photography
333 Montezuma Ave.
982-8889
www.222shelbystreet.com

ALLURE
Timeless Apparel & Luxurious Lingerie
328 S. Guadalupe/Suite H
982-5747
www.alluresantafe.com

THE ARK BOOKSTORE
Books, Music, Gifts, Jewelry, Ambiance
133 Romero St.
988-3709
www.arkbooks.com

BOBBY’S COSMETICS
Cosmetics, Fragrances, Accessories, Candles & Body Products
328 S. Guadalupe/Suite G
982-1645

THE COWGIRL
Full Service Restaurant/caterer & Nightclub
319 S. Guadalupe St.
982-2656
www.cowgirlsantafe.com

CUPCAKE CLOTHING
Contemporary Women’s Clothing, Shoes & Accessories
328 Montezuma Ave.
988-4744
www.cupcakeclothing.net

DOROTHY ROGERS FINE ART
Intimate gallery representing 10 contemporary artists
The Design Center
418 Cerrillos Road
955-1984
www.drogerscollection.com

DOWNTOWN DAY SPA
Santa Fe’s Oldest Day Spa
614 Agua Fria
986-0113
www.downtowndayspa.com

FORM & CONCEPT
Art, Craft and Design
435 S. Guadalupe St.
982-8111
www.formandconcept.center

HOTEL SANTA FE THE HACIENDA & SPA
Full Service Hotel & Spa w/ Amaya Restaurant
1501 Paseo de Peralta
982-1200
www.hotelsantafe.com

HOWARD GOLDSMITHS
Exceptional Custom-designed Fine Jewelry
328 S. Guadalupe/Suite E
820-1080
www.marc-howard.com

JEAN COCTEAU CINEMA
Cinema, bar, bookstore, café, gallery
418 Montezuma
466-5528
www.jeancocteaucinema.com

LA CHOZA RESTAURANT
Locals’ Choice for Chile
905 Alarid
982-0909

PAPER UNLIMITED
Stationery, Greeting Cards, Gift Wrap, Gifts
328 S. Guadalupe/Suite F
982-2181

PHOTO-EYE GALLERY
Fine Art Gallery Specializing in Contemporary Photography
541 S. Guadalupe
988-5152 x202
www.photoeye.com/gallery

RESIDE HOME
Home Furnishings, Accessories & Interior Design
340 Read Street
780-5658
www.HowYouReside.com

SANTA FE SAGE INN
We Connect you to the Heart of Santa Fe
725 Cerrillos Road
982-5952
www.santafesageinn.com

ZANE BENNETT CONTEMPORARY ART
International Contemporary Art
435 S. Guadalupe
982-8111
www.zanebennettgallery.com