We live and play just a few minutes from downtown Sacramento, California’s capital. Diversity, convenience and style continue to make the residential developments north of downtown Sacramento a very desirable place to live – let us show you how you can enjoy this area too.
Along with the new homes (the development began in 1999), new shopping, schools and services are being developed. When you think about the close proximity of Sacramento’s nightlife, sporting venues, easy commute to the Sacramento International Airport, downtown shopping mall, plus quick freeway access, you will realize that this is the place to be.
The Natomas Park area is a 1,250-acre master planned community with the feel of a ‘neighborhood resort’. The community contains many parks and lots of open space. In addition, a 200-acre regional park is being planned by the City of Sacramento to include multi-use facilities, passive recreation areas, a library, community center and more.
The residents are members of The Club at Natomas Park. A 15,000 square-foot sports complex and community club featuring a fitness center and three swimming pools. There is a pool for serious swimmers, one is a recreational pool for cooling off, and the third is a wading pool for toddlers.
The Heritage Park community is a new active adult enclave. It is a fabulous gated community for 55+ residents. One of the most recent master-planned communities in North Natomas, Regency Park, features a 37-acre Community Park that offers amenities galore, including ball fields and a large skateboard park. Westlake is a prestigious gated community surrounding a private 18.5 acre lake. For more information about these neighborhoods, please visitour Community Map.
A state-of-the-art theater, the Benvenuti Performing Arts Center, opened in June 2007. It is situated on the Natomas Charter School’s Performing and Fine Arts Academy campus. The charter school has four unique programs and is a California Distinguished School. In addition, the Performing & Fine Arts Academy is National School of Distinction in the Performing & Fine Arts. Westlake Charter School is a public elementary school and is the first school to offer the International Primary Curriculum in the Sacramento region.
The Natomas Education Center is home to the American River College, Natomas Campus, a two-year community college. The Natomas Unified School District has seven elementary schools, two middle schools and three high schools. The newest school in the neighborhood is the Natomas Pacific Pathways Prep which was developed in partnership with the University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law and Natomas Unified School District. Please see our Links page to visit the school’s web sites.
South Natomas offers an established neighborhood with all of the same conveniences just across the river from downtown Sacramento. Building here has been going on since the 1970s. The mostly single family homes have mature landscaping, a community center and library, eight parks and active community associations.
South Natomas also has several new developments including River Bend and Riversgate that are higher end homes.
With year-round recreational opportunities available, the Sacramento Kings playing their home games at Arco Arena, the Sacramento Ballet Company, B Street Theater, Sacramento Theater Company, Memorial Auditorium and Music Circus providing cultural events, the many activities at the Convention Center, Old Town Sacramento, and fine restaurants in all directions, it is reasonable to expect to experience a full life in this wonderful area.