Zocalo is a residential community designed in the form of clustered “casitas” at the northern edge of Santa Fe by world-renowned Mexican architect Ricardo Legorreta.  Spanish for “town square”, Zocalo sits in the lee of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains and reflects so beautifully Legorreta’s signature use of brilliant reds and yellows in dramatic contrast to the snow-capped mountains above. The high desert setting sun even further accentuates Legorreta’s warm ‘Mexican colors’.

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