Downtown Fresno: Neighborhood Information
Downtown Fresno is the urban center of the city and its best-known neighborhood. Downtown is located in central Fresno, and it has a population of just under 4,000 people. Downtown is home to many restaurants, shops, and businesses; it also hosts a number of events throughout the year. Downtown consists primarily of Victorian homes built between 1882 and 1896 by some of Fresno’s most influential citizens at that time period. Downtown houses both historic buildings as well as modern structures like One Fig Tree Plaza, which was completed in 1998.
The bordering roads of the Downtown are Fresno Street to the west, San Benito Street on the north, and Downtown Fresno is surrounded by Downtown North, Downtown East, Downtown South.
Old Town Dog Park is located in Downtown Fresno for dog owners who live downtown.
The Tower District has a few historic buildings worth checking out while visiting Downtown Fresno.
Downtown offers visitors many activities – from shopping at stores like L&M Arts Factory or buying produce at Fulton Mall Farmer’s Market (May through October), to dining at one of its restaurants that offer cuisine from all over the world like Thai Express or Japanese restaurant Samurai Sushi & Grill.
Downtown Fresno is a great place to live for anyone who wants to be close to all the action that Downtown has to offer. Courthouse Park is an important spot in Fresno, locals come here often to relax.
Dining at one of its restaurants that offer cuisine from all over the world like Thai Express or Japanese restaurant Samurai Sushi & Grill. Downtown is a great place for those who want to be close to all the action Downtown has to offer; locals often come here in Courthouse Park, as it’s an important spot for everyone in Fresno.
Rhino Mobile Mechanics of Fresno also covers this downtown area.
Downtown Fresno also features other recreational areas such as Chukchansi Park and a few other. Downtown Fresno is a great place to live for anyone who wants to be close Downtown and all the action that it has. Located in Courthouse Park, Downtown Fresno offers cuisine from different parts of the world at restaurants like Thai Express or Japanese restaurant Samurai Sushi & Grill. Downtown features other recreational areas such as Chukchansi Park and a few others.
– One of the most central neighborhoods Downtown with easy access to both major freeways (I-580) and public transportation options.
Now it’s time to also explore the Roosevelt neighborhood.
– Plenty more food options than what’s available in any grocery store including: Bao Garden, Ah May Rangoon Cafe, Jollibee Food Corporation – Philippines.