The Community

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.

Aldea de Santa Fe Community Center

Aldea de Santa Fe Community Center