Another apartment project is on the drawing board adjacent to the 120-unit Acequia Lofts apartments now under construction on Agua Fría Street west of Frenchy’s Field.

A 62-unit project with three buildings is slated for 2750 Boylan Circle, which was revealed Dec. 15 by Architectural Alliance at an Early Neighborhood Notification meeting.

All the units are planned to be one bedroom and 788 square feet, with an estimated monthly rent of $1,500, Architectural Alliance architect Hunter Redman said.

“The units are all pretty much identical,” Redman said. “The owners have found a demand for this type of unit.”

The project owners and developer is Pigeon OZB LLC.

The three two-story structures wrap around three sides of the parking lot, which will have a permeable pavement to enable water harvesting, Redman said.

Architectural Alliance owner Eric Enfield said the development plan is scheduled to be considered by the Santa Fe Planning Commission in mid-January.

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Lynn k Allen

Perfect.... pave over a park and parking lot & (?) PLAN for a development on tiny roads that can't support the current traffic, much less this. Yea! Another shot in the foot provided by lack of forethought, planning and oversight by the city. Especially since there are apartments mushrooming all over.

Such stupidity !

Emily Koyama

Santa Fe will look like Mega City One in the movie "Dredd."

Lupe Molina

[lol][lol] that tiny world you live in sure is scary Emily.

Emily Koyama

Funny, cuz you libs are always "doom and gloom". Not scared. No worries.

Santa fe will be in my rearview mirror in a few years, and you can have your congested mess to yourself.

Jim Klukkert

Emily Koyama– May we call you an Uber or a Lyft, so that we can take our anti-depressants in peace?

So delusional and soulless. the [thankfully one] and only Emmy Koyama!

Emily Koyama

Don't fret, Mr Klukkert, I can make you miserable from the other side of the planet, while still cancelling out your vote. The miracle of the internet!

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