Discover downtown Fresno on your next visit! It is an exciting time to be downtown as we prepare for the $20 million Fulton Corridor Transformation, restoring Fulton back to the original Main Street for the Central Valley, a center for culture, commerce and experience. Downtown has also seen over 180 units of residential housing added in the last two years, including the new City View at Van Ness, adding to a total of 800 residential units. Over 50 businesses have opened in the last four years, including the latest economic driver: Bitwise Industries, a major tech hub in downtown to recruit and retain the future workforce. Downtown Fresno has major events, farmer’s markets, schools, grocery stores, music festivals, happy hour spots, breweries, bicycle facilities, a monthly ArtHop, food trucks, unique murals and public art.
Downtown Fresno has many options for shopping and dining. Check out the map below to see what you can discover on the Fulton Mall and be sure to visit these businesses as construction begins on the Fulton Main Street Transformation. Businesses will be open!
Whether it’s for business or pleasure, downtown Fresno has the accommodations and proximity to attractions to suit your needs. From the Doubletree Hotel and Conference Center (located conveniently across the street from the Fresno Convention and Entertainment Center) to the newly renovated Downtown Radisson (centrally located on Van Ness Avenue), Downtown is the perfect place to stay, hold a conference or book your special event.
In addition, downtown is just minutes from other major Fresno attractions that are highly accessible from downtown.