Flushing Meadows, Queens

Flushing Meadows, Queens


Boasting the second largest park in New York City,Flushing Meadows' urban green area was the basis for scenery in Grand Theft Auto IV. Flushing Meadows is known for housing the Queens Museum of Art, and for its Unisphere, built for the 1964 World's Fair. The neighborhood has easy access to freeways leading to Manhattan, while still maintaining a community feel through their many baseball diamonds, tracks, and tennis courts.

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Green space 88
Quiet 75
Public Transportation 52
Public Schools 50
Clean 50

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Seniors 35
Shopping 25
Dining 25
Income 9
Singles 0

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