Queens Village, Queens

Queens Village, Queens

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On the border of Queens and Long Island, Queens Village is mostly residential but close to many shopping centers and malls. Its strong community feel and quiet suburban aesthetics make it one of the more well-rounded neighborhoods in Queens.

Top Votes – Score out of 100

Public Schools 50
Safety 50
Trendy 50
Clean 50
Community 50

Lowest – Score out of 100

Empty nesters 20
Seniors 16
Income 8
Singles 0
Families 0

Top Reviews from Travel Rentals Neighborhoods

Queens village is between a suburb and the city

Not a bad neighborhood. Mostly residential, and the train ride to the city takes a while, but its a good mix between suburban and city.

Lots of supermarkets, buses, parks, and a good community vibe. Again, it has a huge suburban feel to it, especially around Springfield blvd. Good for families and old folks.

The schools out here aren’t that great from what I’ve heard. The kids with nothing to do tend to fight a lot, but you can always send your kid somewhere else.

johnny w.

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