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MONTROSE, CA, FOR RENT, FOR LEASE
La Crescenta-Montrose, otherwise known simply as “Montrose” includes both a
census-designated place (CDP) and an Unincorporated community in Los Angeles County,
California. Renters of multifamily properties for rent should know that the unincorporated part
encompasses those parts of the Crescenta Valley and northwestern San Rafael Hills not in the
cities of Glendale or La Cañada Flintridge. Only a small portion of Montrose is unincorporated,
the vast majority of it lies within the City of Glendale. Both the unincorporated area and the
portion of incorporated Glendale north of Montrose are collectively called La Crescenta-
Founded on Washington’s Birthday in 1913, Montrose has retained its charming “Main
Street, USA” character while at the same time serving as the center of local commerce for more
than 75,000 residents of homes and residential rental properties. The original intention was that
Montrose Ave. would be the main business district. In fact, Montrose Ave. was constructed as
the widest road in Los Angeles County and retained that distinction for many decades. This plan
did not materialize however, and by the 1920′s, renters were patrons of a two-block business
district which had grown up along Honolulu Ave., including a bank, hardware store, café,
men’s clothier, drug store and a local newspaper, foreshadowing the opening of the Montrose
Shopping Park in 1967.
Today, its population of 18,507 citizens and tenants of residential rental properties
walk along shady, tree-lined streets, shopping at nearly 200 independently owned businesses.
Montrose citizens who live in nearby duplex, triplex, fourplexes and earn an average of
$82,693 yearly are busy shoppers of Montrose’s high quality gifts, retail merchandise, men’s,
women’s and children’s apparel, an art gallery, antiques, dance and fitness studios and service
businesses of every imaginable type. Smart multifamily property renters will rent residential
properties for rent near Montrose’s many restaurants, cafes and bakeries offering outside dining
and serving up everything from beignets to barbecue and sashimi to spaghetti.
Montrose is 3.4 square miles, is 35% renter occupied and in the present day, Montrose
encompasses many duplex, triplex, fourplex and multifamily properties for rent. The nearest
major airport is Burbank Airport 13 miles from away and LAX is 31 miles away. It is within the
Glendale Unified School District and 41% percent of citizens have earned their college degree.
Montrose is not rent controlled and renters should seek out a duplex, triplex, fourplex
and multifamily property for rent near Montrose’s points of interests including:
· St. Luke's of the Mountains Episcopal Church - designed and built by the famous artist
Seymour Thomas in 1924, located at 2563 Foothill Blvd.
· Le Mesnager Barn is a stone barn perched high above the valley, built in 1911 by George
Le Mesnager. These grapes supplied his "Old Hermatage Vinyards" winery in downtown Los
Angeles. There is still a Mesnager Street in the downtown area where the winery had been
located. It is owned by the City of Glendale, which plans to restore it as an educational nature/
history center. Le Mesnager Barn is located in Deukmejian Wilderness Park at the top of
· La Crescenta is home to one of two American ashrams founded by Indian mystic and
poet Swami Paramananda. The Ananda Ashrama is located at the top of Pennsylvania Avenue
near Deukmejian Wilderness Park.
· The La Crescenta Woman's Club began in 1911, incorporated in 1923, and built its
beautiful clubhouse in 1925. The structure has been the social center of the valley for most of
the last century, and is the home for the organization's many charitable and social events. The
La Crescenta Woman's Club is located at 4004 La Crescenta Avenue.
This information was gathered from Wikipedia, shopmontrose.com, travelmath.com
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