If you’ve been searching for expert assistance for an upcoming relocation to a new home on Spruce Street or a business facility on West Alameda Street, let one of our Allied Van Lines in Santa Fe, NM, agents help. We coordinate moves for both businesses and households and are accredited with the Better Business Bureau. Our agents are licensed and bonded to give our customers peace of mind. In addition to coordinating moves across the city, we’re also equipped to organize long-distance moves to anywhere you want to go. Are you moving to an international city for a new job? You can depend on us to coordinate all the logistics and make sure your belongings arrive safely and expeditiously.
When you work with us, we’ll first inquire whether you need moving boxes and labels or you would rather have us find movers to do the packing for you. This initial step helps us set you up with the right movers for your unique situation. If your new home is still getting the finishing touches, we can even find you a storage unit to use on a temporary basis. Our local agents are familiar with every corner of Santa Fe and have the experience that you need. Give Allied Van Lines a call for a complimentary quote on any moving serviceAs the entryway into the lush and vibrant Santa Fe National Forest, this city is one of the gems of the American Southwest, the capital of New Mexico and the oldest capital city in the U.S. Santa Fe is truly a one-of-a-kind place with a rich multicultural history, loads of outdoor attractions, wonderful weather and a dynamic population.
The Santa Fe Chamber of Commerce states that the city enjoys a low unemployment rate and high quality of living with a diverse range of industries. According to a 2012 U.S. Census estimate, there are just over 69,200 residents living in Santa Fe, and that number is expected to go up. Based on City-Data statistics, the cost of living index is nearly identical to the U.S. average, and the population jumped by more than 11 percent from 2000 to 2012, so the city is growing.
Activities and Attractions in Santa Fe
Santa Fe is well-known as one of the most fascinating art cities in the world, so get ready to spark your creative side. Here you can explore hall after all of Native American art, international folk art and Modern movements in more than 250 galleries and beautiful museums like the New Mexico Museum of Art, the Georgia O'Keeffe Museum and the Museum of Contemporary Native Arts. There are also several art walks and studio tours that take place throughout the city for residents.
Santa Fe got its start as a trading center, so it should come as no surprise that the shopping is as fabulous as the local art scene. Here you can explore several markets in the summer, including the Railyard Artisans Market, the Traditional Spanish Market and the Santa Fe Farmers Market. You can also warm up at winter markets like the Indian Market and the Santa Fe Artists Market.
Moving to Santa Fe
Santa Fe is at the crossroads of Interstate 25 and U.S. Highway 84, just northeast of Albuquerque and adjacent to Santa Fe National Forest, so exploring the city shouldn't be too hard for you and your Santa Fe moving company. However, since the heat and dry air can be hard to handle for first-time residents, you might want the assistance and expertise of Allied Van Lines. With Allied's vehicle transportation service, you can either fly into Santa Fe Municipal Airport, which is just 14 miles from the city center. There are many other amenities from Allied that can help you with your relocation to Santa Fe, including clean-up, box and furniture inventory, full-service packing and electronics disassembly and assembly.