Glassell Park is full of character, has beautiful Craftsman-style homes, tree-lined streets, and a convenient central location. Historically, it has been populated with low-income and working class residents but the neighborhood is quickly changing because of its inherent beauty, close proximity to key parts of the city/county and access to freeways. Glassell Park has seen a lot of attention since the early 2000 real estate boom. An influx of middle-class families have moved into the neighborhood attracted by the abundance of Craftsman homes and relatively low market prices. Residents also enjoy hidden treasures such as hilly streets (excellent for running) and the local recreation center. Its proximity to unclogged freeways, such as the Glendale 2 Fwy and State Route 134 makes getting anywhere in Los Angeles an easy task. Close access to major freeways including Route 110 and Interstate 5 means getting out of town can be a breeze. However, the delicious and authentic Hispanic food scene may have you wanting to stick around.



Grocery Shopping

Restaurants and Nightlife

Glassell Park has a diverse and dynamic selection of great places to eat and drink


  • Crossfit Ganbatte: 3235 N San Fernando Rd #4

  • Glassell Park Pool: 3704 Verdugo Rd

  • Glassell Park Recreation and Youth Center: 3650 Verdugo Rd

  • Karen Quick Pilates: 4210 Panamint St



  • Kedron Head Start & Preschool: 2415 W Avenue 30

Elementary Schools:

  • Celerity Octavia Charter Elementary School: 3010 Estara Ave
  • Fletcher Drive Elementary: 3350 Fletcher Dr,
  • Glassell Park Elementary School: 2211 W Avenue 30

Middle School & High School:

  • Alliance Environmental Science and Technology High School: 2930 Fletcher Dr
  • The Studio Middle School: 2211 W Avenue 30
  • Washington Irving Junior High School: 3010 Estara Ave


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