Glendale is a diverse neighborhood on the west side of Salt Lake City, bordering Poplar Grove on the north and 2100 S on the south. Since its inception, it has been a cultural rich community where people from numerous backgrounds have developed a strong community.
The neighborhood is seen as Salt Lake’s cultural crossroads, housing the International Peace Gardens, Steiner Aquatic Center, and numerous locally owned markets and restaurants catering to multicultural populations. Other highlights of the neighborhood include the George Cannon Farm, located at 1300 S and 1000 W, and the Shahrazad Market and Restaurant.
Homes here were constructed between the 1930s and 1950s and are similar in cost to other west side neighborhoods.