Aldea de Santa Fe is a planned 345-acre community close to downtown Santa Fe. It is located Northwest of Santa Fe off of Highway 599 approximately 8 miles from Santa Fe Plaza and minutes from the world-famous Canyon Road art Galleries and a few miles from the City Municipal Recreation Complex, including an award winning public golf course. The community consists of 479 residential lots with housing options that include single-family homes, town homes, and patio homes as well as commercial live/work units surrounding the plaza.
Created by world-renowned designer and planner Andres Duany as a New Urbanist community. Aldea has 205 acres of perpetual open space and boasts extensive walking trails multiple picturesque parks and a children’s’ park.
The Homeowners Association
Aldea de Santa Fe has a homeowners association that is governed by a board of directors that provides strategic community leadership, architectural control, covenant enforcement, community events, accounting and finance, operation and maintenance of recreation facilities. A full-time on-site manager from Associa/Canyon Gate assists the board in the performance of day-to-day community operations.
The Community Center Building
Aldea is built around a central plaza and the Community Center Building that houses the Homeowners Association offices, meeting rooms and a small fitness area. The community center is available for community meetings, neighborhood gatherings, exercise classes and conferences. The Village Center Association , which is separate from the Homeowners Association, governs the plaza and the Aldea commercial entities. As Aldea Plaza grows, it is designed to provide convenient commercial and retail services.