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The center of Sacramento’s cultural and arts scene, tree-lined streets and old Victorian homes commingle with upscale eateries, bars, nightclubs and boutiques to create a unique vibe. Midtown is known for being bike-friendly, with marked bike lanes throughout the neighborhood and a bike path which extends to Folsom. Midtown is also a great spot for pedestrians, and hosts an art walk on the second Saturday of each month which attracts hundreds of residents.
The eclectic urban offerings in a beautiful historical district attracts a diverse blend of residents in terms of race and income brackets. Midtown is home to a large Asian community, as well as Lavender Heights, Sacramento’s LGBT community. Housing ranges from stately old Victorian mansions to modern upscale lofts, and Sacramento Regional Transit District light-rail lines connect the neighborhood homes to the hip metropolitan area, making for an easy commute.
Midtown’s rich history echoes from every street corner, with impressive century-old trees and historical landmarks including Sutter’s Fort, Sacramento Memorial Auditorium and the former Governor’s Mansion. Public transportation has been instrumental in Midtown’s growth since the early days: horse-drawn trams began transporting citizens into the area as early as 1858. Today, the past and present walk side by side through the streets of Midtown, creating a pleasant blend of history and progress.
Midtown is the vibrant epicenter of the Sacramento culture scene, and is full of galleries, artists’ studios and theater, as well as an eclectic mix of live music. From the dozens of independent theaters and performing arts groups to the Sacramento Ballet, if it involves arts, culture or music, you can probably find it in Midtown
The abundance of quality preschools in Midtown makes it easy for residents with young families to choose a school that will give their child a good start in their academic career. St. Francis of Assisi Catholic School is also located in Midtown and is both highly-rated and acclaimed by parents of current and former students.