The city is attempting to strike a healthy balance between commercial and housing developments
By Perry Vandell | The Republic
Glendale faces a fairly unique issue in the West Valley — it’s getting closer to running out of space.
The region’s largest city just approved two new housing projects that will fill in more developed areas, and it has open space along two major freeways, but it has no where near the undeveloped land of nearby Surprise or Buckeye.
So far, Glendale has annexed 56 of the 92 square-miles within its planning area.