What happens when sustainable development expectations are unsustainable?
In marathon meeting that runs toward 3:00am, council delays one development, acts on another
Director says new jobs don’t matter if there’s no place to live
Santa Fe’s multifamily real estate market sports a 99 percent occupancy.
City maps out residential construction as building permits jump
Of the 973 short-term rental permits issued by the city so far this year, 436 were issued to out-of-state owners. That’s 45 percent.
Every neighborhood from the Guadalupe District to South Capitol to Canyon Road is packed with red dots. Many, if not most, represent a home that is no longer available to a local. This is the domain of the tourist.
The plan for broad, contextual public input—and ultimately a decision on how best to move ahead with the property—will come just as Laureate International Universities closes the doors for SFUAD on June 30.
In just a single day of deliberation after a trial that lasted more than two weeks, a Santa Fe jury convicted the former senator and veteran of 19 legislative sessions of five crimes Thursday evening.
“This is the first concrete example that the state is trying to sell you a load,” attorney Tom Clark told jurors.