Location: Santa Fe, New Mexico, 87505, USA. Sustainable New Urbanist Community
Oshara Village in Santa Fe, New Mexico, is now under construction. This unique New Urbanist development, which is the first of its kind in the United States, will allow residents to drastically reduce their use of non-renewable resources and overall energy consumption.Read more at this project's website.
Transect Zone(s): T1 preserve, T2 reserve, T3 sub-urban, T4 general, T5 center, T6 core.
Status: 1-25% Built
Project or Plan's Scale: Town
Features: Affordable/subsidized housing, Bus transit, Civic buildings & parks, Green buildings, Live/work, Mixed uses, Sustainable infrastructure.
Land area (in acres): 470
Total built area (in sq. ft.): 10236600
Total project cost (in local currency):
Retail area (in sq. ft.): 1000000
Office area (in sq. ft.):
Industrial area (in sq. ft.):
Number of hotel units:
Number of residential units (include live/work): 750
Civic uses (type and size): TBD
Parks & green space (in acres):
Residential types: Low-rise flats, Townhouse/rowhouse/maisonette, Semi-detached, Small lot detached, Large lot detached, Live/work.
Project team designers: Lorn Tryk - AIA
Project team developers: Alan Hoffman - Developer
Previous site status: Undeveloped greenfield
Starting/Ending date of construction/implementation: 2007 -