While young twentysomethings proliferate the area, plenty of retired folks move here for the easily accessible retail corridor, where boutiques, offices and churches share space with historic Sutter’s Fort, making walking a viable alternative for many errands.The area is a mix of apartment buildings, condos, townhomes and old Victorians, with construction dating from 1910 to the present.The Natomas area has been making headlines recently.Levees in the area have been downgraded and flood insurance has become a state-mandated expense for residents.With hip restaurants, cafes and wine bars, it’s the place to be if you’re looking for nightlife and fine dining.The Second Saturday Art Walk brings thousands of residents out as they explore galleries and enjoy live music late into the evening.
close North Carolina has quietly become one of the most popular states in the country for retirement.
Living costs in the state are 6% cheaper than the national average and home prices are lower than those in most states.
The weather varies with cold winters and hot, humid summers.
It’s common for adult children to return to the neighborhood with their own families to have grandma and grandpa only blocks away.
Anchored by the historic Tower Theater, Land Park is a closely knit community where neighbors make it a point to know each other.