Old Sacramento attracts more than 3.3M visitors annually & has the highest density of locally owned retail shops, restaurants, and bars in Downtown.
Downtown Sacramento Partnership
The original Sacramento
Old & new
Sacramento’s next frontier
Old Sacramento was the foundation of Sacramento as a city. Yet, it is somewhat of a hidden gem for commercial real estate.
The area provides a well-located, charming, and eclectic atmosphere for office and retail tenants alike at a fraction of the downtown cost. Whether you’re looking for a “creative” work environment, or a more traditional office, there is space for you in Old Sacramento. If you need retail space, we have that too. In fact, take advantage of Old Sacramento’s 3.3 million annual visitors (yes, we said over three million visitors each year), most of which would walk right past your front door.
A handful of Sacramento’s coolest architectural spaces are located in Old Sacramento and you are surrounded by a myriad of Sacramento’s finest restaurants including Rio City Café, Firehouse, Ten22, and Fats. Complimenting these restaurants is a growing, grab-n-go food base that includes sandwiches, pizza, burgers, and salads.
Lastly, and most importantly, the proximity to Sacramento’s most exciting developments is unsurpassed. The Waterfront District in Old Sacramento boasts efficient access to West Sacramento and The Bridge District, Capitol Mall, and the Railyards. A pedestrian walkway connects historic K Street and Downtown Commons; the Tower Bridge links the area to Raley Field. Employees can grab dinner at Rio City Café and walk to a concert. Business owners can host a client for dinner at The Firehouse and then head to a Kings game.
Great space, great amenities, great parking, and great location for nearly half the cost of similar space in Midtown and Downtown! If you are considering relocating in Sacramento, be sure to consider your options at this waterfront district.
Interested in locating your business or investing in Old Sacramento? Lets grab an iced tea at Rio City or a Sazerac cocktail at Fire House. Our treat.
Old Sacramento at a glance
Annual Visitors: 3.3 Million
Retailers: Over 100
Popular Events: Gold Rush Days, Theatre of Lights, and New Year’s Eve Sky Spectacular
Submarket Resources: Downtown Sacramento Partnership
White Collar: 6,881
Blue Collar: 3,502
Avg Household Income: $58,489
Median Age: 37.49
Education: Graduate: 21.4%, Bachelors: 28.4%, Some College: 28.4%