Glendale Apartments for Rent
If you're considering moving to Glendale, you may be interested to know that Glendale is located northwest of Phoenix. Glendale also the fourth largest city in the state of Arizona; the 2000 Census found that the city's population was over 225,000. The city's population has since grown to over 241,000, so it's easy to see that many people are moving to Glendale.
Quality of Life in GlendaleThe quality of life in Glendale is relatively good. Most residents do not have a daily commute longer than 45 minutes, and Glendale residents enjoy an average of over 200 clear days per year. Other things that add to the quality of life in Glendale are the city's many libraries, great restaurants and plenty of entertainment options like movie theaters, shopping and golf courses.
Jobs in GlendaleJobs in Glendale range from military positions to service industry jobs, to just about everything else. But the biggest employers in Glendale are Luke Air Force Base, Honeywell, Thunderbird Samaritan Medical Center and Arrowhead Town Center. The City of Glendale also employs many residents.
Glendale AttractionsGlendale is home of the Phoenix Coyotes, an NHL hockey team, and the Arizona Cardinals, an NFL football team. In 2008, Glendale will host the NFL Super Bowl, which will undoubtedly be an exciting event for visitors and football fans in Glendale. The city also has a historic downtown that is known for its antique shops. Historic downtown Glendale has actually been nicknamed "Arizona's Antique Capital" for this reason -- antique lovers come from all over the country to shop at Glendale's great stores. Other Glendale attractions worth mentioning are the Glendale Xeriscape Botanical Garden, Thunderbird Park, Sahuaro Ranch and Arrowhead Towne Center.
Cost of Living in GlendaleThe cost of living in Glendale is not terribly high. According to Money Magazine, the median family income in Glendale is $57,759. Those in Glendale pay sales tax at the rate of 8.10%.
Glendale Real Estate and Apartment Prices
If you're wondering about Glendale real estate and apartment prices, the median home price is $210,000 according to Money Magazine. They also found that between 2004 and 2006, home prices in Glendale gained 34.70%, so now is a great time to search for an apartment in Glendale. There there are many complexes to choose from, especially convenient are many of the apartments near one of the many colleges and universities. If you find your new Glendale apartment on Apartmentsearch.com, you can get up to $200 in rewards.
There are 188 registered Glendale neighborhoods, including the 55th Avenue Neighborhood, Apollo Heights, 64th Drive Sunrise and Orange Grove Estates. Cities near Glendale are: Anthem, Desert Hills, Peoria, Surprise, Youngtown, Sun City and Phoenix.
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