Santa Fe Historic District

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Santa Fe Historic District
Santa Fe Historic District is located in New Mexico
Santa Fe Historic District
Santa Fe Historic District is located in the US
Santa Fe Historic District
Location Roughly bounded by Camino Cabra, Camino de las Animas, W. Manhattan Ave., S. St. Francis Dr., and Griffin St., Santa Fe, New Mexico
Coordinates 35°41′13″N 105°56′6″W / 35.68694°N 105.93500°W / 35.68694; -105.93500Coordinates: 35°41′13″N 105°56′6″W / 35.68694°N 105.93500°W / 35.68694; -105.93500
Area 1,113 acres (450 ha)
Architectural style Spanish-Pueblo, Territorial
NRHP reference # 73001150[1]
NMSRCP # 260
Significant dates
Added to NRHP July 23, 1973
Designated NMSRCP September 29, 1972

Santa Fe Historic District is a historic district in Santa Fe, New Mexico that was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1973. It includes two sites that are individually named U.S. National Historic Landmarks:

In addition it includes

and other contributing properties.

The district boundaries were later amended, and now wholly includes the Gross, Kelly, and Company Warehouse, built in 1913, which was an early work of a creator of the Spanish Pueblo Revival style, Isaac Hamilton Rapp.[2]

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Loretto Chapel, a Contributing Building to the Historic District