Selling Points

  • Samantha Brooks

When Fairmont Hotels & Resorts transformed El Corazon de Santa Fe into one of its Heritage Place properties last year, updates to the development, which had opened in 2006, included new decor, an expanded clubhouse, and large landscaped areas outdoors. The private residence club comprises 72 condominiums ranging from 1,150 square feet to 1,800 square feet. The 56 whole-ownership residences are sold out, but residences are still available for fractional ownership (one-eighth shares from $130,000).

This summer, prospective buyers can stay in the two-bedroom units (from $500 per night). Guests will have access to discounts at the city’s renowned art galleries, restaurants, and shops, as well as the Santa Fe Opera, which kicks off its season on June 28 with The Grand Duchess of Gerolstein.

Fairmont Heritage Place, El Corazon de Santa Fe, 866.721.7800, www.elcorazondesantafe.com

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