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A mix of both young and established families, Glenview has a proud tradition of block parties, festive gatherings and annual events.
Now abuzz with hip, excellent restaurants, Glenview boasts the excellent restaurants Bellanico and Marzano – plus a very popular new Brazilian gastro-pub, Paulista, with dozens of craft beers on tap and many more to-go. The well-stocked Savemore Market, Ultimate Grounds Café, Blackberry Bistro, Park Burger and Sushi Park are also regular stops for the locals. And just up Park, on Leimert in Oakmore, is the locally owned Rocky's Market, another haven in these tough-to-shop times.
Many of the Glenview homes are handsome bungalows with sitting porches, built during the Oakland housing boom from the 1910’s through 1930. Along the tree-lined streets you will see architecture reflecting Craftsman, Art and Crafts and California Cottage – plus a number of larger “traditional” styles. Glenview is also an excellent walking neighborhood, especially with Sausal Creek trail and Dimond Park nearby.
Glenview Elementary School, having just completed a major renovation, is a local favorite, with a very active PTA and a dedication to providing an excellent student experience. The Glenview Neighborhood Association (GNA) is active involved in voicing the needs of the Glenview Community and getting things done.
Just minutes away are the bustling Rockridge, Grand-Lakeshore, Dimond and Laurel Districts. Add Montclair is just up the hill, where you'll also find your way to gthe lorious East Bay Parks -- a world-cass destination in their own right.
Commuting is easy; with nearby freeway access, direct downtown SF and Oakland bus service, as well as the ever-popular casual carpool to the SF financial district -- once things open up again!