Santa Fe Gay Neighborhoods
Santa Fe, New Mexico, has some incredible architecture. The “Santa Fe Style” is definitely unique to the city. The original Spanish town was laid out in what’s called the Law of the Indies, a unique set of city planning rules established in the 1500s. Later, during the early 1900s, the city actually passed an ordinance creating a unified city look. Since then, the Spanish Pueblo Revival look has been the main building style of Santa Fe, creating a unique look. Later, Territorial style buildings were added, followed by Pueblo architecture.
Santa Fe is also known for its art. The city was home to artist Georgia O’Keeffe, and the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum is located here, as is the New Mexico Museum of Art. The art collective Meow Wolf, which is primarily funded by Game of Thrones author George R.R. Martin, is also located in the city.
While there’s no true LGBT district in Santa Fe, the entire city is quite welcoming. You’ll find a number of different LGBT-owned businesses and, for those looking for a place to retire, the Rainbow Village LGBT retirement community may be of particular interest.
Condos in Santa Fe start at $55,000 and top out at $1.675 million. Single family homes, on the other hand, start at $95,000 and end at $13.650 million for a large area on the outskirts of the city.