Glenwood Terrace




We appreciate your patience as we methodically and intentionally breath new life into this gorgeous historic multi-family building. 


2480-90 Glenwood was built in 1907 and home to Louis Hennick, the sales manager of the Burroughs Adding Machine Company, in 1910. By 1911, the residents included Paul Brady, Edwin Janney, Herbert Heywood, Wilbur Owen, and John Collins. Both in 1918 and 1921 city directories listed Edward Wean, the president of Elliott-Wean Lumber Company, as the occupant.


Toledo’s Old West End is one of the best kept secrets in the country with 25 city blocks making up one of the largest collections of late Victorian houses left standing in the United States.