At 109 square miles, Queens is the largest of the five boroughs. Above Brooklyn and east of Manhattan and The Bronx, Queens is the most diverse borough, with over 138 languages spoken here according to the census. Queens is not a pretentious borough, though. It's quieter, more relaxed, and just as culturally interesting (if not more so) as the rest of New York.
While Queens has been slower to gentrify than its neighbors, it's catching up quick. New apartment complexes are popping up everywhere, especially close to Manhattan. These residences are attracting new New Yorkers and businesses to Queens like never before. This younger group of professionals, artists, and entrepreneurs are transforming Queens into the new, hip borough.
If you're a foodie, Queens is the place to be. The borough is known for its authentic cuisines from Thai to Greek. Queens, as the most diverse urban area in the country, truly masters its food meaning it's all authentic and delicious.
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