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Glendale

LA's favorite suburb.

  • Busy
  • Mountains
  • Ocean
  • Theaters
  • Art
  • Shopping
  • Restaurants

At 30.6 square miles and nearly 195,000 in population, Glendale is the third-largest city in Los Angeles County. The Glendale area was originally the home of the Tongva (People of the Earth). Tongva Peak, in the Verdugo Mountains above Glendale, is dedicated to them. It's a steep hike with a marker on the top.

The Alex Theater is an institution in Glendale for plays, musicals, concerts, and music. It was designed in the 1920s with a simple layout that is beautiful inside and easy to deal with. Watch out for the stairs, though. They're steep and it's easy to trip. The traffic can be difficult too, so either go early or carpool.

Rent Trends

As of September 2018, the average apartment rent in Glendale, CA is $1,672 for a studio, $1,772 for one bedroom, $2,139 for two bedrooms, and $3,071 for three bedrooms. Apartment rent in Glendale has increased by 4.7% in the past year.

Beds Avg Sq Ft Avg Rent
Studio 522 $1,672
1 BR 612 $1,772
2 BR 867 $2,139
3 BR 1,195 $3,071

Ratings

78 Walk Score® Very Walkable
53 Transit Score® Good Transit
56 Bike Score® Bikeable

Living in Glendale

  • Shopping

    There is a high preponderance of Nike stores, Starbucks, FedEx and UPS outlets in Glendale, plus over 7,000 restaurants. There are also four main shopping malls. The Galleria Shopping Mall opened in 1976, and was revamped into an attractive outdoor mall with hundreds of trendy shops. Americana at Brand has numerous balconies and a central fountain as well as a good selection of restaurants, shops, and a movie theater.

  • Transportation

    Most residents drive places - an easy thing to do, since there are four freeways running through the city: CA-2 going south along the east border of Glendale, CA-134 going west between San Fernando Valley and LA and then morphing into the CA-101 heading north, I-210 going southeast through north Glendale to Pasadena and beyond, I-5 running southeast on the west side of Glendale all the way down to the Mexican border.

    Two thirds of Glendale's workers commute outside of the city, one third work in the city. Mean commute time is half an hour, due more to traffic than to distance. Taking public transportation helps cut down on the frustration of driving crowded streets. Metro buses take you throughout the San Fernando Valley and down into Los Angeles. From the Glendale Transportation Center you can take the Greyhound Bus or choose between three train lines, including Amtrack and Metro link.

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