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Overview of Glendale

With its rich history, charming neighborhoods, family-friendly personality and fantastic location in Southern California, Glendale is one of the most sought-after neighborhoods in the greater Los Angeles area. SoCal's beautiful beaches, unique lifestyle, diversity of cultures and gorgeous weather are just a few of the reasons that residents love living in Glendale. People who live in Glendale apartments for rent are surrounded by the beauty of the San Fernando Valley and the Verdugo Mountains, giving residents plenty of opportunity for some great views and excellent outdoor recreation. Glendale also enjoys a very low crime rate and great schools, making apartments in Glendale an excellent option for young families.

Living in Glendale

One of the best reasons to live in Glendale - and the entire SoCal region - is the temperate climate and great opportunity for jobs in the area. Residents who live in Glendale apartments for rent can also enjoy some of the best shopping selections - including the Americana at Brand, a large outdoor mall. According to the U.S. Census, the population of Glendale totaled more than 191,000 residents, showing that the city is growing, but still has a small-city atmosphere inside one of the largest metropolitan areas in the United States. Glendale spans around 35 square miles, so not only will you probably need a car if you land an apartment in Glendale, but you will have a wide selection of rentals to choose from. Glendale is also home to an excellent dining and bar scene, making it a great area from young professionals and families.

Glendale Apartments and Cost of Living

The cost of living in Glendale apartments for rent is not unlike many other communities in the L.A. area. It can be expensive to live in SoCal, and currently the index is close to 40 percent above the national average. However, the median household income is growing. According to City-Data, the number jumped by nearly $9,000 from 2000 to 2009, so the neighborhood is definitely growing in prosperity. According to AreaVibes, the median rental rate is only 1 percent higher than the rest of California towns, so living in Glendale apartments will put you on par with the rest of the rental community in the Golden State. The cost of a gallon of gas and the average commute time in Glendale are also comparable to the rest of the state.

Glendale Work and Study

The University of California, Los Angeles, is around 10 miles west of Glendale, and remains one of the most revered public institutions and research facilities in the country, according to Education Portal. Those seeking a top-notch education from other universities have plenty of options to choose from. California State University, Northridge, and East Los Angeles College are also excellent options for students living in Glendale apartments. Glendale is also known for several of the world's best production studios, including Dreamworks Animation and part of Walt Disney Studios. There are also several large corporations who have their headquarters in Glendale, including Nestle and the International House of Pancakes.

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Hollywood, CA 90028

$3700 - $7800

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Hollywood, CA (Central LA, Hollywood)


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Hollywood, CA 90028

$2319 - $11229

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Hollywood, CA (Central LA, Hollywood)


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Hollywood, CA 90028

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Hollywood, CA (Central LA, Hollywood)

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Los Angeles, CA 90026

$2087 - $6730

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Los Angeles, CA (East LA, Greater Echo Park Elysian)


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Hollywood, CA 90028

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Hollywood, CA (Central LA, Hollywood Hills West)

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Los Angeles, CA 90028

$1974 - $3185

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Los Angeles, CA (Central LA, Hollywood Hills West)


$1974 - $3185

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Los Angeles, CA 90004

$1463 - $3136

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Los Angeles, CA (Central LA, Rampart Village)


$1463 - $3136

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Burbank, CA 91505

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Burbank, CA (McNeil)

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Los Angeles, CA 90012

From $1830

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Los Angeles, CA (Central LA, Historic Cultural)


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Hollywood, CA 90028

$2025 - $5790

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Hollywood, CA (Central LA, Hollywood Hills West)


$2025 - $5790

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Hollywood, CA 90028

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Hollywood, CA (Central LA, Hollywood Hills West)

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Los Angeles, CA 90012

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Los Angeles, CA (Central LA, Civic Center...)


$1850 - $3860

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Los Angeles, CA 90026

$1810 - $3877

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Los Angeles, CA (Central LA, Westlake...)


$1810 - $3877

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Los Angeles, CA 90020

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Los Angeles, CA (Central LA, Koreatown...)

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Los Angeles, CA 90012

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Los Angeles, CA (Central LA, Civic Center...)


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Los Angeles, CA 90028

$2352

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Los Angeles, CA (Central LA, Hollywood Hills West)


$2352

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Hollywood, CA 90028

$2295 - $9210

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Hollywood, CA (Central LA, Hollywood)


$2295 - $9210

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Pasadena, CA 91105

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Pasadena, CA (Downtown)


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Los Angeles, CA 90012

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Los Angeles, CA (Central LA, Downtown Los Angeles)

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