‘So long Deadwood and hello Redwood’ seems to be what’s on the minds of many residents in the Silicon Valley Suburb of Redwood City. According to a local Redwood City resident, “Redwood City used to be so quiet, you could throw a bowling ball down Broadway at six o’clock at night.”
Well, that’s no longer the case.
Thanks to a $50 million downtown revitalization project that preserved historic landmarks and added retail shops and restaurants, Redwood City’s stepping to a new beat.
From free summer concert series such as “Music in the Square” to “Jazz on Main” and an influx of cool new hot spots like Gourmet Haus Staudt, most recently known as the bar where Apple’s next iPhone was left on bar stool, the community is bouncing back.
Turn is proud to be a part of the countless neighboring businesses that have helped to revive the streets of Redwood City.
Read more about Redwood City’s latest newcomers in the New York Times.