A trip to MARRS may be in order

Hip Midtown sounds like it’s going to be even hipper with the opening of the Midtown Arts, Retail, Restaurant Scene (MARRS) on 20th and J Streets.

More “places to go” for after hours chat is something Sacramento needs–I mean, who wants to be wandering around K Street at midnight? Most everything is closed, and, while it’s quiet–it’s too quiet.

I appreciate this Michael Heller’s sentiment in jazzing up Sacramento.

Heller said he decided to devote himself to livening up his hometown instead of bemoaning how boring it is. “I said, ‘Let’s not complain about Sacramento anymore. Let’s do something about it.’ “

The idea is long overdue.

1 Comment so far

  1. Alex (unregistered) on February 24th, 2007 @ 9:16 pm

    Heller said he is requiring that his tenants agree to stay open late, in order to contribute to Sacramento’s night life scene. He said he turned down a quality Bay Area restaurant because they wouldn’t commit to staying open past 10 p.m.

    I am impressed. He is really trying to bring about a change. I hope it works out and others follow suit.

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