An Eclectic Mix of Neighborhoods

West Michigan’s cities are an eclectic mix of neighborhoods, each with their own characteristics, businesses, and people.

After you’ve narrowed which city is a good fit for you, be sure to check out the neighborhoods associated with each city.

Grand Haven residents occupy everything from homes directly on the shore of Lake Michigan to apartments above the thriving downtown.

Visit to view available homes, apartments and condos in Grand Haven.

A full spectrum of housing options are available in the Grand Rapids area. High-rise condos, green living communities, historic homes, affordable housing, mature neighborhoods, and brand new developments are all places Grand Rapidians call home.
To find crime data on neighborhoods in the Grand Rapid area, visit the Community Research Institute website.
midtown hollandHolland’s vibrant downtown is flanked by a mix of historic neighborhoods leading out to a variety of contemporary subdivisions and rural communities.

Zeeland has more people of Dutch ancestry living in it than nearly any neighborhood in America. Rated by Neighborhood, Zeeland is among the top 10% of retiree-friendly neighborhood in Michigan, combining peace, quiet, safety from crime, and offering diverse housing options. Some places may look the same, but they only reveal their true character after living in them for a while because they contain a unqiue mix of occupational or cultural groups.




Holland Heights



Muskegon offers a wealth of living options, ranging from beach side cottages to rural communities.  The historic downtown area offers condos, apartments and townhouse options, and is surrounded by vibrant neighborhoods.

Angell Jackson Hill Nelson
Beachwood-Bluffton Lakeside Nims
Campbell Field Marquette Oakview
East Muskegon Marsh Field Sheldon Park
Glenside McLaughlin Steele