Natomas Crossing Apartments for Rent(hide neighborhood information)
Pale stucco houses with tile roofs are the common architectural style in Natomas Crossing. Modern houses, condominiums and apartment communities are located on lots with newly planted lawns and landscaping. For a newly established neighborhood, Natomas Crossing has the convenience of being close to schools, shopping and freeway access. By using Interstate 5, motorists are minutes from the flights in and out of the Sacramento International Airport.
The neighborhood is pedestrian friendly. Students can walk or ride their bicycles to public schools in the Natomas Unified School District. The Natomas Marketplace Shopping Center is adjacent to Natomas Crossing. The half-million-square foot shopping center has national anchor stores, shops, restaurants, and services.
Movie buffs or shoppers in search of an escape can watch first run movies at the Regal Cinemas Natomas Stadium 16. The movie theater is located in the Natomas Marketplace Shopping Center and has a choice of films and viewing schedules.
In 1839, John Sutter, a Swiss immigrant, came to Sacramento and established the New Helvetia colony and Sutter’s Fort. When gold was discovered in 1848 by James Marshall, thousands rushed to the foothills to seek their fortunes. John Sutter died penniless, but Sutter’s Fort remains as a museum where residents and visitors can take a self-guided tour of its living areas and businesses. During the year, docents in period clothing schedule demonstrations showing the skills used by colonists living at the fort.
Sacramento has a lot of nicknames including “The City of Trees,” “Tent City,” and “Sacto.” In 1920, Sacramento claimed the title of “The Camellia City of the World.” The 40-acre Capitol Park is next to Sacramento’s State Capitol and has an award-winning rose garden and over 340 trees from all over the world. Bushes of camellias, Sacramento’s official city flower, share the park’s landscaping.