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Lindenwood

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Lindenwood is a small section of Howard Beach, made up mostly of six-story red-brick apartment buildings and two-family homes built in the 1950s and 1960s. Right on the Brooklyn-Queens borderline, this nabe is full of community-oriented centers that organize regular activities for residents.

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East Flushing

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East Flushing is a nabe filled with shaded residential streets and wide open green space. Parts of Kissena Park are located here and provide residents with an expanse of green as well as a golf course and a well-loved velodrome track. Northern Boulevard is East Flushing's mega thoroughfare where shopping, …

Jackson Heights, Queens

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A lively nabe in Queens, Jackson Heights is known for jubilant parades and festivals it throws. Part packed commercial corridor, part residential stretches of apartments, Jackson Heights also boast nearby Travers Park–a great spot for outdoor recreation options and weekly green markets. Jackson Heights offers easy access into Manhattan …

North Corona, Queens

North Corona, Queens

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North Corona is a neighborhood preserved in time—colorful buildings stand low and skyscrapers don’t ruin the clear views of the neighborhood. This residential community boasts 1920’s architecture containing stores that have been there as long as the neighborhood itself. North Corona is bordered by the Grand Central Parkway, which …

Astoria, Queens

Astoria, Queens

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Astoria has become one of the most well-known neighborhoods in Queens. The cafe scene is notable here: coffee and pastries highlight the neighborhood's myriad edible offerings. With Astoria Park, a host of shopping and dining options, and speedy commutes to Manhattan, Astoria shines as one of New York's hidden

Middle Village, Queens

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Middle Village is located in west central Queens. Metropolitan Ave is the main drag. Here, you'll find residents browsing shops and indulging in local eats. Public transportation is limited–Middle Village residents often use cars for their main source of transportation.

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Corona, Queens

Corona, Queens

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Bordered by Flushing Meadows to the east, Corona is a contemporary NYC nabe, with brick and wood frame single-family homes rising in price and giving way to two and three family units. The location of the 1939 and 1964 World's Fair, Corona is presently home to Citi Field, the

Murray Hill (Queens), Queens

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Not to be mistaken with Murray Hill, Manhattan, this little neighborhood is located in Flushing, Queens. Once a largely home-owner nabe, you'll now find mostly renters of small homes and large apartments here. With great public transportation in the area, this neighborhood is great for those commuting to Midtown

Beechurst / Whitestone, Queens

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Beechhurst and its bigger section Whitestone are residential neighborhood areas in Queens with a vocal community movement. As the name suggests, this area was once a former beech tree grove known for its large limestone rock shoreline. Bordered by the Whitestone and Throgs Neck Bridges, this nabe is situated

Ridgewood, Queens

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Bordering the Brooklyn neighborhood of Bushwick is Ridgewood, an area known for its brick and stone row houses. Densely settled, Ridgewood was developed at the turn of the 20th century with its homes retaining the appeal and architectural integrity of the period. Myrtle Avenue and Fresh Pond Road are

Forest Hills, Queens

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Forest Hills is a charming neighborhood that fuses the tranquility of the suburbs with the convenience and variety of the city. Considered one of Queens' most desirable neighborhoods, Forest Hills has some of the most upscale housing in Queens. Its main streets, Queens Boulevard and Metropolitan Avenue, are always

Long Island City, Queens

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Once a predominately industrial nabe, Long Island City (a.k. LIC) has quickly become a popular home for artists and professionals looking to live close to Manhattan without the many stresses of the big city. Notable art spaces include MOMA P.S. 1 and ScupltureCenter. Be prepared for big spaces here:

Brookville, Queens

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Brookville is the local name for the neighborhood immediately north of John F. Kennedy International Airport, named for the stream that runs through the area. Brookville surrounds a beautiful park with a great lake in the middle, which provides family fun and a town center. Brookville's historical side and

Rochdale, Queens

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The neighborhood of Rochdale includes the residential cooperative of Rochdale Village. Rochdale Village is a twenty building residential cooperative and the country's second largest such development. Initially designed as a “city within a city,” and the initialUtopian vision remains an affordable option for families. The Long Island Railroad provides

Springfield Gardens, Queens

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Located in southeastern Queens is Springfield Gardens, a quiet residential community. The neighborhood consists of Victorians and single family brick homes and enjoys the designation of having one of the oldest churches in the borough within its bounds. Farmers and Merrick Boulevards are the main commercial thoroughfares and the

Kew Gardens Hill, Queens

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A nabe composed of single-family homes and postwar garden apartment buildings, Kew Gardens Hill (not to be confused Kew Gardens to the south) is a one-square mile nabe in Queens. Apartments here generally possess nicely groomed lawns and internal pathways that give the complexes a small-neighborhood feel.

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Kew Gardens, Queens

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Named after the British Kew Botanic Gardens, the triangular community of Kew Gardens was designed around its namesake park. At one time, Kew Gardens locals called Charlie Chaplin their neighbor. Though the community of Kew Gardens is welcoming in new rental buildings and new stores, the nabe retains its

Broad Channel, Queens

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Perched in Jamaica Bay upon Rulers Bar Hassock is Broad Channel, an island community that exudes the charm of a maritime fishing village. Although built on the only inhabited island in Jamaica Bay, Broad Channel has its own subway stop and is connected to the mainland by two bridges.

Flushing Meadows, Queens

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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

East Elmhurst, Queens

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East Elmhurst lies in the northwest corner of the borough of Queens. Not currently know as celebrity haven, East Elmhurst does have a star-studded history. During the 1950s and 1960's East Elmhurst was home to many cultural legends including Dizzy Gillespie, Langston Hughes, Louis Armstrong, Ella Fitzgerald, and Willie

Bay Terrace (Queens), Queens

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Stellar waterfront views are the attraction in Bay Terrace, which overlooks the East River and Long Island Sound at the point where they meet. Long considered part of Bayside, Bay Terrace began developing its own identity when the housing development and shopping center of the same name opened in

Bayside, Queens

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Bayside is a suburban neighborhood in the borough of Queens with well kept homes and landscaping–the pride of many of its homeowners. Now an urban homeowner's paradise, it is even replete with a recent influx of McMansions. During the 1920s, many actors and actresses lived here, establishing Bayside as

Briarwood, Queens

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Often mistaken for Jamaica, Queens, Briarwood is one of the borough's most well-kept secrets. Tree-lined streets typify its residential streets while Queens and Parsons Boulevards are replete with shopping and dining options. Centrally located, Briarwood is a very commuter friendly neighborhood with access to the subway, LIRR and the

Ozone Park, Queens

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Settled in 1882, Ozone Park was named after the ocean breeze that passes through it. Ozone Park is home to the Aqueduct Flea Market, which is a great weekend destination, carrying delicious baked goods and ethnic cuisine along side unusual antique finds. Ozone Park is full of small mom

Woodhaven, Queens

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Woodhaven sits just outside of Brooklyn in southwest Queens. This is a a semi-suburban nabe lined with Victorian and Colonial homes that are considered to be some of the oldest and most well-preserved in the borough. Woodhaven is a primarily residential neighborhood bisected by Jamaica Avenue whose shops and

Hunters Point, Queens

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While it's sometimes mistaken as part of Long Island City, Hunters Point is really its own nabe! Hunters Point's proximity and easy accessibility to Manhattan is difficult to match–an easy 5-minute trip on the 7 train to Grand Central Station. A burgeoning neighborhood with sweeping views of the East

Old Howard Beach, Queens

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Old Howard Beach, often associated with Howard Beach, borders John F Kennedy Airport on the east side. This affordable suburb is close to the water, while still being near all the amenities. Old Howard Beach has Long Island charm in a cultured Queens neighborhood, without the Long Island drive

Douglaston, Queens

Douglaston, Queens

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Upon entering Douglaston, you may no longer feel you are in New York City. Douglaston has a distinct suburban feel, with several city parks, great waterfront access, and plenty of outdoor recreation options. The neighborhood also serves 3 LIRR stops, and thus is home to a large Manhattan-commuter population.

Elmhurst, Queens

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If one neighborhood feels like the center of Queens, it’s Elmhurst. Not that it’s exactly the borough’s geographic center, but Elmhurst residents have easy access to the Long Island Expressway and many subways, and its shopping opportunities draw people from throughout the borough. Elmhurst has big-box stores (including Target)