The Downtown sub-area is located in the heart of the city, between Lindenville and Sign Hill. The area includes a broad mix of land uses, but as of 2019, residential uses account for 70% of land area. Park space is extremely limited, with only two parks (the City Hall Tot Lot and the Cypress and Pine Park) accounting for less than a half-acre. Downtown contains the city’s two historic retail corridors, Grand Avenue and Linden Avenue. Each is defined by zero setback buildings with lively storefronts, but each is relatively short, lasting only a few blocks. The sub-area includes a large concentration of locally-designated historic landmarks, particularly along Grand Avenue, and the Grand Avenue Commercial Historic District, among other cultural and historic resources. Downtown houses just under one-fifth of the City’s entire population, and its residents are far more likely to be under 18, far less likely to be over 65, and more likely to identify as Hispanic/Latino compared to citywide averages.