Grand Rapids Neighborhoods

We love West Michigan!

Loads of natural resources, a thriving business sector, commitment to public art and innovation within the school systems, and easy day trips to the beach makes this Midwest gem a great place to live, work, and play!

Did we mention the Grand Rapids real estate market is still going strong?!  Double digit appreciation over the last two years with the still relatively low cost of living makes the Grand Rapids real estate market a strong investment for buyers.

Click below for information, inspiration of things to do, and unique small businesses in Grand Rapids.


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Northwest Grand Rapids

The Northwest side is home to mid-century neighborhoods, our Zoo, museums, and a solid selection of brunch locations.

Shawmut Hills

West Grand

Northeast Grand Rapids

The Northeast side is home to notable neighborhoods, Riverside park, corridors of public art, and an assortment of craft breweries

Belknap Lookout

Fulton Heights

Grand Rapids Township

Highland Park

Michigan Oaks


Southwest Grand Rapids

Southwest side has been seeing some exciting development projects over the last few years.  Home to the City’s newest high school, large parks, and both the Construction and Technical Institutes, Southwest GR is building some great things!

John Ball Area Neighbors

Roosevelt Park


Southeast Grand Rapids

Gorgeous, gorgeous homes are found on the Southeast side.  Known for it’s boutique shopping, foodie hangouts, and numerous charming coffee shops; Southeast side is a place to spend the day.

Garfield Park

Heritage Hill

Oldtown - Heartside

Ottawa Hills

Ridgemoor Park

Southeast End

Wealthy St