GLENVIEW HISTORIC DISTRICT
The neighborhoods of Glenview and Edgewood Manor in the heart of Memphis.
Located in Midtown Memphis, just southwest of Cooper Young and three miles from Downtown, The Glenview Historic District is centrally located to many points in the city with easy access to major streets and highways. Established in 1908, The Glenview Historic District, made up of the Glenview and Edgewood Manor neighborhoods, was designated as an historic district on the national register of historic places in 2000. Read more
While Glenview is primarily residential, there are several commercial zones featuring local businesses such as grocery stores, hair salons and a garage as well as several churches all within walking distance.
No schools are located directly in the Glenview Historic District but the following are within a 15-20 minute walk: Hamilton E1, Hamilton Middle, Hamilton High, Rozelle School of the Performing Arts, Central High School, Magnolia E1, Marcus Garvey Institute and JoshuaԳ Learning Center,Tree Day Care Center Inc. , Bellevue Middle School, and Bruce Elementry.
The Glenview Historic District borders are South Parkway East on the south, Burlington Northern Railroad on the west, Southern Avenue on the north, and Lamar Avenue on the east. Glenview is part of the 38106 and 38114 zip code area. Streets include:
Barksdale/ Burris/ Castalia / Foster/ Glenview/ Kendale/ Kyle/ LaPaloma/ McLemore/ Melrose/ Netherwood/ Oaklawn/ Rayner/ Rozelle/ Shady Lane/ South Parkway East/ Southern/ Waverly/ Willett/ Worthington.