Neighborhoods

With neighborhoods for everyone, the hardest part about living in Holland is choosing where to live.

Downtown Holland

With over 100 specialty shops and 24 awesome eateries Downtown, Holland is the place to be year-round. Oh, and did we mention the snow-less, heated streets?

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Historic District

Springtime strolls past beautifully preserved historic homes, and down tree-lined boulevards accompanied by an endless display of blooming tulips.

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Hope Neighborhood

With Hope College and Western Theological Seminary, Holland is a college town that’s welcome to anyone and everyone, and Hope Neighborhood sits delightfully at the center of it all.

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Washington Square

Every Hollander knows and loves Washington Square. Built in the early twentieth century, the vibrant neighborhood is home to restaurants, retail stores, hair salons and, of course, lots and lots of art.

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Rosa Parks Green

Nestled in the heart of Holland, where century-old oak trees line the sidewalks, where friends gather at the community flower garden and where Wellness Trail makes healthy living a walk in the park.

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Westside Neighborhood

Peaceful. Quiet. Wooded. This is our Westside. Experience a cool breeze coming off Lake Macatawa, beautiful tree-lined stretches and the aroma of backyard barbecues filling the air. 

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Holland Heights

Quiet, charming streets. Beautiful evening walks. Holland Heights is a quaint, popular place for young couples, families and, well, actually pretty much everyone.

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Maplewood

Quaint. Flowering. Pristine. Maplewood is a great neighborhood to call home, full of beautiful, well-maintained lawns, and conveniently located just five minutes from the center of Holland’s growing employment base.

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South End

Convenient and neighborly, Holland’s South End is home to an emerging “front porch” neighborhood designed to foster community.

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