Midtown Redevelopment Plans
The Land Plan will establish land use zoning and development plans to regulate and guide physical development on the Midtown Site. The plan will include mixed-use zoning, urban design guidelines and requirements, density patterns for the site, infrastructure requirements, circulation within and surrounding the site, and open space allocations. It will also serve as a guide for green building and site resiliency strategies, zoning for housing affordability and other public policy benefits to create a town center. This plan was informed through public engagement planning events and will be available for public input in the summer of 2022.
The City of Santa Fe Planning Commission and the Governing Body will review and vote on the Land Development Plan.
Land Development Plan Applications
Other application materials
Midtown Early Neighborhood Notification (ENN)
The Community Plan will serve as a policy document to guide development to achieve sustainable development to achieve community-driven public policy objectives related to equity, economy, environment, and culture. The plan provides requirements, guidance, and preferences as development proposals are solicited and, ultimately, implemented on the Midtown Site to create a central welcoming, inclusive, and dynamic social place for living, learning, playing, and working. This plan was informed through public engagement planning events and will be available for public input in the summer of 2022.
The Governing Body will review and vote on the Community Development Plan and Land Development Plan as a joint package called the Midtown Redevelopment Plans.
Community Development Plan
Metropolitan Redevelopment Area