Welcome to Heritage Hills East

Heritage Hills East is a picturesque neighborhood nestled between Uptown 23rd District and Automobile Alley. Residents of Heritage Hills East have plenty of local restaurants, shops, coffee shops, bars and entertainment within close proximity.


Bordered by:

north: NW 22nd Street

east: N Broadway Avenue

south: NW 14th Street

west: N Robinson Avenue

What to Expect

Heritage Hills East is the little sister to bordering neighborhood Heritage Hills. This neighborhood is home to quintessential Craftsman Bungalows and picturesque tree lined streets.

What You'll Love

You'll love being in the heart of the Urban Core with access to major highways. Driving south on Broadway Avenue will put you in the center of Downtown OKC in less than 10 minutes. Heritage Hills East is in close proximity to popular areas including Midtown, Automobile Alley and Uptown 23rd District.


Nearby Attractions: Midtown, Uptown 23rd District, Automobile Alley, Oklahoma State Capitol, Oklahoma History Center, OU Health Center, Oklahoma Contemporary Arts Center, Henry Overholser Mansion and more.

Nearby Neighborhoods and Districts: 

Heritage Hills

Uptown 23rd District

Mesta Park


Automobile Alley

Innovation District

Lincoln Terrace

Jefferson Park

The Paseo


Heritage Hills East is a mere sliver compared to its bigger neighbor to the west, stately Heritage Hills, but its roots are just as deep and significant to Oklahoma City's early years. Its story, which began in 1900, seven years before statehood, unfolds in Heritage Hills East Historic District's recent listing on the National Register of Historic Places. The district, one block east to west and eight blocks north to south, was one of the cradles for the city's early development. It has long been recognized as historic, first as a city Urban Conservation District and as a historic district in 1999. Heritage Hills East boomed with a streetcar line running along Broadway, part of a system started in 1902. "The development of Heritage Hills East is representative of the rapid waves of Oklahoma City’s early growth, as residential neighborhoods moved outward from the original townsite of Oklahoma City," according to the National Register nomination. "Much of this development was intentional and well-planned, as developers like Anton Classen and G.A. Nichols assembled large properties and shaped Oklahoma City’s earliest neighborhoods. The early development of Heritage Hills East was quickly followed by increasing density and then commercial development."

Text Source: The Oklahoman

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