Heritage Hill is a neighborhood of Grand Rapids bounded on the north by Crescent Street, on the east by Union, on the south by Pleasant, and on the west by Lafayette. It is the city's first residential neighborhood. It includes 5000 households in 1300 homes. In 1973, Heritage Hill became the city's first historic district.
The Meyer May house, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, is one attraction in Heritage Hill.
The annual Heritage Hill Weekend Tour of Homes, showcasing 7-8 private homes and 2-3 other historic buildings, takes place on Saturday and Sunday of the third weekend in May.