Glen Park is more than just a neighborhood; it’s a community. Among the top 20 American neighborhoods to experience the largest millennial population growth, Glen Park is bordered by Noe Valley and Bernal Heights. It sits on a sunny slope of San Francisco, packed with trendy restaurants, delightful stores, and a unique friendliness. A variety of grocery stores are a short drive away, but for a more charming, local experience, pop into the local market for fresh flowers and tasty homemade soups. Mark your calendar in the spring for the annual Glen Park Festival, a whole neighborhood celebration that dates back to 1911. Home to Glen Canyon Park, an amazing natural landscape with bouldering, a newly renovated recreation center, hiking trails, tennis courts, and more, Glen Park attracts active, outdoorsy people of all ages and is especially popular with families. Interstate 280, a quick drive away, makes for easy commuting, or walk to the Glen Park BART station – a much-lauded study in Brutalist architecture – to quickly jet into the city.