Eastown Neighborhood Info
The last neighborhood on Lake Drive before you cross over into East Grand Rapids, Eastown is home to locally famous Wolfgang’s, Wilcox Park, and Aquinas College and embodies the spirit of a college town within it’s neighborhood borders.
Neighborhood Vibe: Super cool without trying
Well Known for: Annual street fair and eclectic food scene
What We Love About This Neighborhood: The homes and small businesses are a fun mix of old school, modern, and really mindful.
Elementary School: Congress Elementary
Middle School: Alger Middle
High School: Ottawa Hills High School
Click Here for Neighborhood Stats from Community Research Institute
Click Here for Neighborhood Association
What’s the Eastown Real Estate Market Like?
Information on Average home sales data in this neighborhood in the last 12 months. Source grar.com
Sale Price: $249,115
% of Sales Price vs List Price: 103.65% (3.65% over list price)
Bedrooms: 4 beds
Bathrooms: 2 baths
Square Footage: 1,743 sq feet
Price Per Square Foot: $146/sq foot
Number of Days a Home is on the Market: 5
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Home to these great, local businesses
Brown Butter Creperie and Cafe
Here, in Eastown’s historic Windmill building, you’ll experience a taste of France with our gourmet sweet and savory crepes spun to perfection on steaming griddles. Or indulge in a gourmet Belgian waffle.
The Healing Space
The Healing Space is your one stop shop for Natural Healing. Through Energy Therapy, Breathwork Healing and Customized Nutritional Cleansing in Grand Rapids. You will renew on all levels mind, body & spirit.
Harmony Brewing Company
Grand Rapids’ space for good beer, good pizza, and they deliver!
Funky Buddha Yoga Hothouse
Funky Buddha Yoga isn’t about bending you into a pretzel. It’s movement and breath rooted in science, and designed to challenge you to reach your fullest potential.
Boutique featuring an assortment of gifts, paper goods, & home accessories.
Eastown Cereal Cafe
Teen owned breakfast and cereal bar.
Caribbean eats, including plantain sandwiches, jerk chicken & goat stew, in a unique building.
Freshly made bagel’s that are made each morning from the best local ingredients.
Argos Book Store
Grand Rapids oldest and largest used book store.
The name matches the description, as small as a matchbox car, but a BIG menu full of big hits!
A welcoming, upscale ambience with locally sourced farm to table dining.
Modern children’s consignment boutique