Located within Queens, Sunnyside, a heavily residential
neighborhood within Queens, is easily accessible from the rest of
New York with the 7 local train and many bus routes. Those looking
to find their new home in Sunnyside will be delighted to see that
most of Sunnyside is full of single and multifamily homes,
apartment buildings, and pre-war co-ops (no high-rises!).
Neighborhood: Sunnyside, Queens
Population Density: Sunnyside has a population density
roughly equal to the population density of Queens as a whole.
Because it's a heavily residential neighborhood, expect relatively
quiet streets in the evenings.
Adjacent Neighborhoods: Astoria, Woodside, Hunters
Point/Long Island City
Public Transit: 7 local (33rd St./Rawson St.,
40th St./Lowery St., and 46th St./Bliss St.);
also B24, Q32, Q39, Q60, and Q104 buses.
What's Here?: Sunnyside's main drags are the bustling
Queens Boulevard, with its chain stores and watering holes, and the
quieter Skillman Avenue, with restaurants, bars…
Sunnyside Apartments, Long Island City Apartments
A number of shops (including David's Bridal) can be found around here. Sik Gaek and Tangra are some of the restaurants in the area. The area has a number of food options, including Oki, Spicy Pizza, and New Empire Szechuan Garden. These are located within 249 yards.