The 42-70 156th Street building is located in Flushing, Northeastern Queens, Queens.
Considered one of the most ethnically diverse communities in
Queens. Immigrants in the greater Flushing area come from over 70
different countries, with the largest share from Mainland China and
Korea. The neighborhood is easily accessible via the 7 train, LIRR,
and multiple different bus routes. Today, the neighborhood is one
the busiest shopping districts in Queens. It's many ethnic
groceries and restaurants make it a prime culinary destination for
all to enjoy. In fact, many now consider Flushing's Chinatown to be
the second largest Chinatown outside of Asia, and many believe that
it has already surpassed the original size and population of the
Manhattan Chinatown. Those looking to rent their new home within
Flushing can expect to live in a quiet neighborhood of older
high-rise and mid-rise and smaller buildings.
Neighborhood: Flushing, Queens
Population: Approximately 200,000
Adjacent Neighborhoods: Manhattan, Long Island (Nassau
Public Transit: 7 (Main St.), LIRR (Main…
You can find Ihop nearby. Bao Ding Cfc and Temple Canteen are some of the restaurants in the area.