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65-65 Booth Street #304

Rego Park, Northwestern Queens, Queens, 11374
$2,500
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Posted 7 weeks ago, Immediate Move-In
bedrooms
2 Bed
bathrooms
1 Bath
Listing by The Realty Depot, The Realty Depot
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DESCRIPTION
GORGEOUS NICELY RENOVATED RENTAL IN REGO PARK!!  This beautifully Designed Large Renovated apartment in an elevator building with live-in super and laundry on site. Minutes away from transportation 67th ave or 64th Rd station M&R trains, 24hr CVS drug store, Starbucks, hospital and the best school district,and lots of shopping areas see enclosed pictures. Nicely renovated upgraded kitchen with new appliances and dishwasher  , bathroom has upgraded fixtures, hard wood cabinets,  hardwood flooring throughout with tons of closet space. To view call Gregory's Cell phone today. (347) 203-7185
AMENITIES
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Dishwasher
Elevator
Laundry In Building
Cats Allowed
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REGO PARK

Hugged by Forest Hills and Middle Village, Rego Park is the sleepy suburban neighborhood that many of the wonderful people of Queens call home. However, this diverse neighborhood isn't just a place for folks to hang their hats. There's also some amazing dining and shopping destinations that help make the area popular amongst young professionals.

Fun Facts and History of Rego Park

Originally inhabited by the Lenape people, Rego Park was colonized by the Dutch and British around 1653. The settlement became known as Whitepot, and was incorporated into the Township of Newtown. The area was largely used for farmland, especially among British and Chinese immigrants, until the early 1900's.

Whitepot eventually became known as Rego Park, "Rego" being an abbreviation for "Real Good" as in the Real Good Construction Company that developed the area to be more residential. Department stores were later added, making Rego Park a popular place.

The nieghborhood has often been a haven for…

Rego Park Apartments, 11374 Apartments

PRICE COMPARISON
This apartment's rent is 10.71% cheaper than the median rent of $2,800 for a 2-bedroom apartment in Rego Park, New York, NY.
The median is solely based on the area and the number of bedrooms. Listing-specific characteristics such as the number of bathrooms and the amenities will also impact the price.
LISTING QUALITY
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Features and amenities are properly noted
Pet policy for building properly noted
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RENTHOP DESCRIPTION
The apartment is a unit offered at a monthly price of $2,500. The building allows easy access via an elevator. The manager allows pet cats but does not seem to allow dogs. As always, you should ask as early in the process as possible if you have any questions regarding the pet policy. The kitchen conveniently includes a dishwasher.

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