Glendale, a suburb of Milwaukee, is a beautiful green place to live, with a waterfall, parks, hiking, and bicycle/walking trails. Milwaukee, the fifth biggest city in the Midwest, boasts museums, theatres, culture, and major sports teams and was voted “The Coolest City in the Midwest” by Vogue. Bordered by Lake Michigan, Milwaukee is a popular venue for sailing, windsurfing, swimming, cultural events, biking and hiking trails, and festivals. Hosting many Fortune 500 companies, and boasting a large number of financial service firms Milwaukee’s fastest growing job market is in the service and managerial job areas and in health care professionals.
Glendale has a fast-growing Orthodox population, with choices in excellent local Orthodox pre-schools, day schools, and yeshiva high schools, 3 wonderful and varied Shuls, and many opportunities for personal growth and Torah learning. Residents can pick up a great pastrami sandwich at Crown Deli, a Caramel Macchiato at Friendship Café, sushi at Metro Market or all their grocery needs at QuicKosher. Glendale is only 80 minutes from Skokie/Chicago for a wider range of kosher options and the opportunity to visit the third largest city in the country.
Quality of life in Glendale is very high, where beautiful 3-bedroom homes start at $225K, traffic is virtually non-existent and Glendale’s ambiance promotes a comfortable pace of life. Known for hospitality, warmth, kindness, Midwest values, cooperation and co-existence, Glendale’s Jewish community is an attractive place to raise children or enjoy retirement. Come check out Glendale and visit for a special Shabbos!
• Day school financial assistance available on an individual basis
• Choice Programs financial assistance
• Discounts for shul membership