Metro Edge: From Downtown to Land Park, Sacramento is home

By the Editors

Metro Edge has a great new blog that features commentary from some of Sacramento’s best and brightest bloggers and young professionals. We were honored that they asked us to submit a post on Sacramento’s charming neighborhoods.

Here’s an excerpt…

There are so many things to love about Sacramento – friendly people, plethora of outdoor dining options, farmers markets to name a few. We may not be Los Angeles or San Francisco, but that’s just fine with us. Sacramento is filled with bright and ambitious people who are loyal and and dedicated to improving the city. It truly is a diamond in the rough – a city where initiative and passion can reap serious rewards for young professionals.

But one thing we especially treasure at Girls on the Grid is the multitude of charming neighborhoods – each complete with their own coffee shops, boutiques, restaurants and personalities. There are few places in California where you can rent a beautiful (and often historic) Victorian or craftsman bungalow apartment on a tree-lined street with a yard that’s walkable/bikeable to most of the city’s attractions…for less than $1000/month.

Whether you live downtown or in Curtis Park – if you’re lucky and put in a minimal amount of effort – where you live can actually become part of your identity. Here are just a few of the places that we proudly call home…

Click to the full article at Metro Edge (http://metro-edge.org/2010/11/from-downtown-to-land-park-sacramento-is-home/)  to read some of the places GOTG calls home!

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