Glendale's got it all - it's a great neighborhood with upscale shopping and comfortable homes. With a cute downtown area plus outdoor shopping at the Americana on Brand, there is a variety of local amenities. Ten minutes away from the hottest neighborhoods on the eastside, Glendale is a great place to find your next home.

Spend a day here: Guava pastries (pastel de guayaba) and coffee at the infamous Porto's Bakery is just what you'll need to get your day started. Chill out on the lawn at the Americana at Brand and get your brand name shopping fix, with stores like H&M, Madewell, and even Tiffany's (for when you need an Audrey Hepburn moment). Then, rent a lane at Jewel City Bowl, a retro bowling alley in the heart of Glendale. For dinner, there are great culinary options. Carousel Restaurant features middle eastern cuisine and live entertainment on the weekends. Then, end your night with traditional hookah at the Hookah Lounge.

Demographics: Glendale's estimated population in 2014 was 200,167. The ethnic makeup of Glendale is 71.1% caucasian, 1.3% African American, 0.3% Native American, 16.4% Asian, 0.1% Pacific Islander, 17.4% Latino, and 6.3% from other races. The median age is 41, and the median annual yearly income is $53,020.

Elementary Schools (Glendale Unified School District):

  • Balboa Elementary School
  • Cerritos Elementary School
  • Columbus Elementary School
  • Dunsmore Elementary School
  • Edison Elementary School
  • Franklin Elementary School
  • Fremont Elementary School
  • Glenoaks Elementary School
  • Jefferson Elementary School
  • Keppel Elementary School
  • La Crescenta Elementary School
  • Lincoln Elementary School
  • Horace Mann Elementary School
  • John Marshall Elementary School
  • Monte Vista Elementary School
  • Mountain Avenue Elementary School
  • John Muir Elementary School
  • Valley View Elementary School
  • Verdugo Elementary School
  • White Elementary School