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Glendale, California, shares its name with a number of other cities across the country. However, this Glendale has more than 200,000 residents and is a part of the Greater LA Area. It was named the LA Neighborhood of the Year in 2013. The city is known for its many different public parks and for the part that it played in the aviation industry. Grand Central Airport, which was closed in 1959, was the point of departure for Charles Lindbergh’s first commercial flight from the west to the east coast.
While Glendale doesn’t have a gay ghetto per se, many people consider it one of the gay neighborhoods of the overall LA area. You can find a condo here priced anywhere from $259,000 to $1.5 million. Single family homes range from $260,000 to $5 million.