A Community Jewel
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Governor Frasier's Home circa 1900

Governor Frasier's Home circa 1900

Tucked between Missionary Ridge and downtown Chattanooga, we are a jewel of a neighborhood with a strong heritage and comforting sense of community.

For over one hundred years, Glenwood has maintained an intentional tradition of sustainability, residential empowerment, beauty in nature and design, and for the last fifty years, diversity. Visit our tree-lined streets, home of the nation’s first Ideal Neighborhood Plan, with curvilinear lanes and mixed-use livability. Enjoy our beautiful homes with their unique and diverse architectural styles – featuring an outstanding concentration of bungalows, Classical and International styles, and neo-Tudors. 

Original Plat, April 13, 1891

Original Plat, April 13, 1891

Neo-Tudor Homes

Neo-Tudor Homes

Glenwood Jazz Festival

Glenwood Jazz Festival

Saturday, October 4th, 2014 from 12 Noon till 10pm.

Food vendors, info tables, kids area, and much more!

Location: green space behind Parkridge Hospital, between E. 5th Street and Ivy Street on the 2300 block

Free to the public!

Jazz acts include:

Jalil Muhammad and Triple Threat, Hunter Moss, Spectrum Jazz Band, Booker T. Scruggs Ensemble, James Crumble Featuring Nikki Ellis, Creative Underground, Shades of Brown, Bob Crabtree Trio, Rare Coalition, and The Jazz Players

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Glenwood Block Leaders

Glenwood Block Leaders

Arts and Crafts Style

Arts and Crafts Style

Historic Glenwood Gateway

Historic Glenwood Gateway

American Foursquare

American Foursquare

Spanish style

Spanish style

American Foursquare

American Foursquare

New-Tudor Style

New-Tudor Style

Bungalow Style

Bungalow Style

Community Clean-up Days

Community Clean-up Days

Neighborhood Watch/Safety

Neighborhood Watch/Safety

Jewel Park

Jewel Park

East 3rd Street Playground

East 3rd Street Playground

Governor Frasier's Home circa 1900

Tucked between Missionary Ridge and downtown Chattanooga, we are a jewel of a neighborhood with a strong heritage and comforting sense of community.

For over one hundred years, Glenwood has maintained an intentional tradition of sustainability, residential empowerment, beauty in nature and design, and for the last fifty years, diversity. Visit our tree-lined streets, home of the nation’s first Ideal Neighborhood Plan, with curvilinear lanes and mixed-use livability. Enjoy our beautiful homes with their unique and diverse architectural styles – featuring an outstanding concentration of bungalows, Classical and International styles, and neo-Tudors. 

Original Plat, April 13, 1891

Neo-Tudor Homes

Glenwood Jazz Festival

Saturday, October 4th, 2014 from 12 Noon till 10pm.

Food vendors, info tables, kids area, and much more!

Location: green space behind Parkridge Hospital, between E. 5th Street and Ivy Street on the 2300 block

Free to the public!

Jazz acts include:

Jalil Muhammad and Triple Threat, Hunter Moss, Spectrum Jazz Band, Booker T. Scruggs Ensemble, James Crumble Featuring Nikki Ellis, Creative Underground, Shades of Brown, Bob Crabtree Trio, Rare Coalition, and The Jazz Players

Glenwood Block Leaders

Arts and Crafts Style

Historic Glenwood Gateway

American Foursquare

Spanish style

American Foursquare

New-Tudor Style

Bungalow Style

Community Clean-up Days

Neighborhood Watch/Safety

Jewel Park

East 3rd Street Playground

Governor Frasier's Home circa 1900
Original Plat, April 13, 1891
Neo-Tudor Homes
Glenwood Jazz Festival
2407 Shady Lane.jpg
Glenwood Block Leaders
Arts and Crafts Style
Historic Glenwood Gateway
American Foursquare
Spanish style
American Foursquare
New-Tudor Style
Bungalow Style
Community Clean-up Days
Neighborhood Watch/Safety
Jewel Park
East 3rd Street Playground