Glendale Real Estate & Community Information
Welcome to my page dedicated to the city of Glendale in the county of Los Angeles.
As a real estate agent and property owner in the city of Glendale, I believe that having an understanding of community resources, neighborhood characteristics, and school information is important when considering buying or selling a home, commercial property, or investment property.
In order to help you better understand Glendale and its relationship to the city of Los Angeles, I have compiled this brief overview of the city and its neighborhoods.
Thanks again and be sure to contact me for any of your Glendale, Sunset Strip, Hollywood Hills, Beverly Hills, Hancock Park, Bel Air, Century City, Wilshire Corridor, Pacific Palisades, and Downtown Los Angeles real estate needs.
The City of Glendale has seen tremendous growth over the last 30 years for several reasons. Today, Glendale is home to approximately 200,000 residents. It is the third largest city in Los Angeles County.
Glendale offers a short commute to downtown Los Angeles and the Valley. It is known for its safe neighborhoods, reasonable home prices, and the diversity and distinctive character of its homes.
Glendale is the 17th largest city in California.It attracts a multitude of homebuyers who want to enjoy the city’s wonderful quality of life, excellent public school system, quaint neighborhoods, and vibrant city life and economy. The crime level is relatively low and public services well managed. Glendale is such a great city to live that it has been named a finalist in the National Civic League’s “All-America City Award.”
Glendale is the home of the southern campus of DreamWorks SKG, Disney Engineering, and Nestle, among many other major corporations and businesses. Its location near downtown Los Angeles and Hollywood has made it attractive as a place to centralize business operations. It offers ample space, vibrant energy for workers and residents alike, and more economic alternatives to Hollywood and downtown LA.
One of the best-kept secrets of Glendale among its residents is its parks. Glendale offers 32 city parks on 4,800 acres that are well-maintained by the city. These parks are popular among residents who enjoy family outings, picnics, playgrounds, and sporting activities.
Brand Park is home to the Brand Library and Art Center, which is considered one of the finest music and art libraries in the entire state. Verdugo Park, which offers a skate park, is also a very popular destination, as is Nibley Park.
Historical structures such as the Casa Adobe, Tea House, and Verdugo Adobe are a great reminder of the city's historic past. Historic preservation plays an important role in the city's fabric.
Glendale has approximately 34 distinct neighborhoods. Each have their own character and charm. Some offer a variety of home styles, while others are more uniform.
The following list features some of Glendale's most desirable communities. They all enjoy excellent school systems, scenic views, short distances to business centers, and a feeling of community.
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DAVID KEAN & ASSOCIATES
Specializing in high-end residential properties throughout the Los Angeles area (Beverly Hills, Hollywood Hills/Sunset Strip/Doheny, Hancock Park, Bel Air, Wilshire Corridor, Brentwood, Pacific Palisades, Century City, Glendale, Downtown Los Angeles)