Glendale, The Water of Life and Antique Capital for the Valley of the Sun
Since its founding in 1885, the city of Glendale has seen much of the Valley change. From being a humble canal town, sending water down from Granite Reef to New River to a city rich in history and local successes.
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About Glendale, Arizona
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There are many aspects of this city that make it stand out among its peers:
A Major Sporting Area:
Most are familiar with the University of Phoenix Stadium, the home where our Arizona Cardinals play their home games; but this city is also the home to the Gila River Arena, where the Arizona Coyotes make their home. It is this city that had the pleasure of hosting Super Bowls XLII and XLIX. College football fans flock to this city as well for the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl and the BCS National Championships held here annually.
To say that this city hold a vast portion of historical buildings compared to the rest of the State would be an understatement. To begin with, we have some of the historical industrial buildings such as the Beet Sugar Factory Building and the Sine Brothers Hardware Store. There is also the Glendale High School Auditorium and the Humphrey and Davidson Building, just to name a few. In fact, all throughout this city are there multiple buildings dotting the landscape with historical significance.
One of The State’s Oldest WWII base
Thunderbird Field was the first of two airbases created and used for training pilots prior to America’s involvement to the Second Great War. This base was originally funded and created by Hollywood to-do’s of their time. Now this once military airbase is now a successful business school know as the Thunderbird School of Global Management.