The streets in downtown Sacramento use a numbered and lettered grid system. These lettered streets run north and south, and numbered streets are oriented as west and east. The exceptions to this include Capitol Mall and Capitol Avenue, which are equivalent of M Street; Front Street located in Old Sacramento, which is equivalent to 1st Street; Broadway, which is equivalent to Y Street, and Alhambra Boulevard, which is equivalent to 31st Street.
The city’s political and financial hub, Downtown is home to Capitol Park, with the neoclassical California State Capitol and its museum on landscaped grounds. A busy dining and nightlife scene includes farm-to-table restaurants, cocktail bars, and performing arts theaters, plus NBA games at the Golden 1 Center. The Crocker Art Museum has a vast collection of Californian works, and fine art galleries dot the area.
Downtown Sacramento Properties
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