City of Sacramento
Sacramento is California's capital city--known to many as the "City of Trees", and formed from California's Gold Rush era, is a great place to live and work. It continues to improve and inspire with its art and multi-cultural offerings, along with its impressive world-class restaurants. Its neighborhoods are varied and offer something for everyone. Now home to the new world-class Golden One Arena, Sacramento is experiencing a resurgence to its downtown businesses and communities.
Explore the possibilities in a few of my favorites--The "Fab 40's" neighborhood-dotted with tree lined streets, boulevards and parks, featuring beautifully restored 1940's historic homes and estates--Mid-town-for the up-and-comers along with the college crowd--bustles with fun shops and restaurants for all tastes and offers multi-family housing, Victorians, and turn-of-the-century estates-many situated in tree-lined in quiet neighborhoods nearby-while others are blended into downtown's urban vibe--Land Park is known as home to the Sacramento Zoo, the historic Tower Theatre and Cafe and its lovely and well-preserved historic homes. Enjoy Sacramento's eclectic and laid back style and offerings. Conveniently located along the I-80 corridor and near Sacramento's International Airport make it a perfect location to live, work and explore.
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