You definitely want to rent an apartment in Santa Fe.
Santa Fe, New Mexico’s capital city, is nestled in the foothills of the Sangre de Cristo foothills. Consistently rated one of the world's top travel destinations, Santa Fe is known for its scenic beauty, rich history, cultural diversity, arts, music, and fine dining. Santa Fe’s full name is La Villa Real de la Santa Fe de San Francisco de Assis (“The Royal Town of the Holy Faith of Saint Francis of Assisi”). Now, most Santa Fe residents known the city by its nickname, the “City Different,” which was given to the city for supporting both historic culture and modern technology, while offering an outstanding quality of life for both young and old.
It’s no surprise that many Santa Feans are artistically inclined, considering Santa Fe’s natural beauty looks like a painting itself. The unique Pueblo and Spanish-style architecture found in the city, paired with jaw-dropping mountain views, electric sunsets, and desert landscapes, offer endless inspiration. If you aren’t an artist, you can embrace the city’s magnificence by skiing, hiking, and biking in this natural wonderland.
Santa Fe is a green city, whose residents are conscious of their energy use, rainwater recycling, carbon footprints, and sustainable lifestyles. Luckily, living green is easy in Santa Fe. Solar power, wind power and living off the grid are all components of city life, and residents participate in the city's recycling program.
Like any city, the different neighborhoods of Santa Fe have their own personalities. Choosing one that fits you, and your lifestyle, best can make all the difference. Rent an apartment in the pricier Historic East Side, and you’re surrounded by quintessential adobe houses and within walking distance to Santa Fe’s iconic art district, Canyon Road. Choose an apartment in the Midtown Innovation District, however, and you’ll be in the heart of Santa Fe’s trendiest neighborhood, an art-focused area home to the famous Meow Wolf art collective and the Siler Rufina Nexus theater district.
The overall cost of living in Santa Fe is slightly higher than the national average, with increased housing prices making the biggest difference. The average rent for an unfurnished apartment in Santa Fe is $1,112. One-bedroom apartments rent closer to $1,055 per month, while two-bedroom apartments cost an average of $1,179 per month (September 2018).
Whether you’re moving to Santa Fe for the long-term or short-term, your new apartment should feel like home. Fortunately, any apartment in Santa Fe can easily become a furnished apartment in Santa Fe with the help of CORT furniture rental.
Don’t spend thousands of dollars furnishing your new space with brand new furniture. Instead, save some money (and embrace the Santa Fe spirit of going green!) by renting everything you need from CORT, from a few individual pieces to entire room sets. Not only will this save you some major cash, but it’ll spare you the hassle of lugging heavy furniture from your old home to your new one. Oh, and did we mention that your CORT team will deliver, unload, and assemble your furniture for you? This might just be your most convenient move yet.
Whether you’re looking for a furnished studio on Museum Hill or a spacious loft in the Railyard-Guadalupe District, you’ll find it with ApartmentSearch. Browse recently listed apartments in Santa Fe below, and narrow your search by price, number of bedrooms, bathrooms, and more! The "City Different" is waiting for you.