When the citizens of Santa Fe came together to plan the future of the Railyard, they decided on an area that would celebrate and embrace history, the arts, culture, landscape and environment. The Railyard Master Plan was created.
When the revitalization of the Railyard is complete, existing studios, galleries, museums
and community organizations will be complemented by live-in artist studios, a permanent structure for Santa Fe
Farmers' Market, a cinema, and more than 13 acres of open space including a park, plaza and pedestrian promenade.
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A trail for pedestrians and cyclists will run along the Acequia. Trains will continue to
arrive and debark from the depot. The Railyard will practice water-harvesting and use other innovative,
environmentally responsible systems.
The Santa Fe Railyard Community Corporation (SFRCC) is a non-profit organization
responsible for the implementation of the Railyard Master Plan. SFRCC and the Trust for Public Land (TPL), among
others, are working to develop this community asset with the support of the City of Santa Fe, the State of
New Mexico, and the Governor's Economic Development Initiative.
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To transform the historic Railyard into a sustainable and inviting public space for
recreational, social, artistic and commercial activities in a way that embraces Santa Fe's cultural and historical
significance and upholds the community's vision.