Named after the developer company, Real Good Construction
Company, which built 525 eight-room houses in the neighborhood in
the 1920s, Rego Park has become a destination for foodies of all
stripes looking to explore the many ethnic restaurants located
here, like Fortuna (a Bukharian joint).
Those looking to rent an apartment in this neighborhood may face
some difficulties as there are few high-rise apartment buildings.
Instead, one may have better luck in locating a rental home as Rego
Park consists of mainly one and two-family houses in a variety of
Neighborhood: Rego Park (Queens)
Population Density: 49,122 people per square mile, which
is pretty mild for NYC.
Adjacent Neighborhoods: Rego Park is bordered to the
north by Elmhurst and Corona, to the east and south by Forest
Hills, and to the west by Middle Village.
Public Transit: Q60/Q72 bus to Queens Bl/63 Dr, Q38 to 63
Rd/Queens Bl, Q38/Q60 to 63 Dr/Queens Bl; Take the E, M, and R
trains to 63 Dr Rego Park., F to Forest…
Rego Park Apartments
You can find Panera Bread nearby. The area has a number of food options, including Dallas Bbq, Auntie Anne's Pretzels, and Sveta's House. These are located within 559 yards. A number of shops (including Aeo & Aerie Store) can be found around here. There are several shops around, such as Costco Wholesale and Macy's. Target is only 791 yards away.