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Living in Glenwood Greensboro

Glenwood is the 12th most walkable neighborhood in Greensboro with 2,292 residents.

Glenwood is somewhat bikeable.

Nearby neighborhoods: Smith Homes, Piedmont Hills, College Hill, Warnersville, Southmont, Oakgrove and Brice Street Area.

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Walk Score of Glenwood, Greensboro, NC

Glenwood is Somewhat Walkable

Some errands can be accomplished on foot.

Some errands can be accomplished on foot in Glenwood Greensboro.

Glenwood is the 12th most walkable neighborhood in Greensboro with a Walk Score of 52.

Find apartments in Greensboro's most walkable neighborhoods: Downtown, Fisher Park and Charles Aycock - Summit Ave.

Glenwood Neighborhood Ranking

Compare Glenwood to other Greensboro neighborhoods.

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Population

10 Smith Homes 57 - 59 2,179
11 Westerwood 53 - 71 1,242
12 Glenwood 52 - 56 2,292
13 Oakgrove 51 - 53 762
14 Lindley Park 50 - 63 3,362

Eating & Drinking

There are about 20 restaurants, bars and coffee shops in Glenwood.

People in Glenwood can walk to an average of 0.8 restaurants, bars and coffee shops in 5 minutes.

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Bike Score of Glenwood, Greensboro, NC

Glenwood is Bikeable

Some bike infrastructure.

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