Greensberg is a first ring suburb just outside of Hyatt Square. While not as wealthy or prestigious, this town has it's nice spots. Its is charming in it's own right.
Here is a general overview of the town. The denser portion is adjacent to Hyatt Square, the more suburban part of the town borders other suburbs. The architecture is generally from all styles before WWII. The town became prosperous with the building of the train tracks through it.
The more urban part of Greensberg is a nice change from the mass affluence in high rise Hyatt Square.
The first gated subdivision in Rocklin, Greensberg Manor was an exclusive enclave for people of discriminating tastes.
Another view of the town further south. Some of the town had to be demolished for the building of the highway.
Train stations dot this part of the region. People still use the trains just as much as they did before each person had three cars. However, the new highway system has been added to secure fast commutes for people far from the train rail lines.
The more working class part of the town. Greensberg offers a nice mix of people while still maintaining community pride and unity.