The neighborhoods of Downtown Eau Claire are an amazing place to find a home, raise a family, enjoy life and spend your years. Each with a character and soul all their own, our neighborhoods are filled with people like you who choose to live close to the neighbors, schools, parks, and businesses the love. Enjoy your search as you find your perfect home or rental in Downtown!

Eastside Hill

The Eastside Hill Neighborhood is no exception to Eau Claire's beauty and charm, situated on bluffs overlooking the Chippewa and Eau Claire Rivers. From these quiet, friendly streets, residents are accustomed to camaraderie between neighbors and breathtaking sunsets overlooking Downtown's South Barstow District. The Eastside Hill is home to Boyd Park, Archery Park, Flynn Elementary School and Forest Hill Cemetery, and has east access to the Old Abe and Chippewa River State Trails. Visit to learn more

Historic Randall Park

The Historic Randall Park Neighborhood is at the heart of Eau Claire, bordered by Half Moon Lake and Carson Park to the west, Mayo Clinic to the north and the Chippewa River on the east and south. With more than twenty-five homes and buildings listed on the Local Landmark and National Register of Historic Places, this neighborhood has the largest number of historic points of interest in the city. The Historic Randall Park Neighborhood values its history, its beautiful natural resources, as well as its diverse mix of residents. These residents enjoy the conveniences of shopping, dining, recreation and entertainment all within walking distance. It is no wonder so man people call it home! Visit to learn more.

North River Fronts

Located immediately north of the North Barstow District and Bordering the Chippewa River, the North River Fronts Neighborhood is home to three parks, a community garden, bike trails and the High Bridge. Within walking distance of the Downtown Farmers Market, Phoenix Park and The Cannery District, North River Fronts in home to property owners who take pride in their little piece of Downtown Eau Claire. Visit to learn more.

Third Ward

The Third Ward Neighborhoos is a great place to live for three main reasons: Convenience, Community and History. In the Third Ward, you know your neighbors and they know you. Building community is a way of life here, whether borrowing eggs for a recipe, shoveling an elderly neighbor's sidewalk after a snowstorm, or participating in one of the many block parties and neighborhood gatherings. Nestled between the Chippewa River and Putnam Park State District and South Barstow District. Visit to learn more.