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Queensboro Hill, Flushing, Northeastern Queens, Queens
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Queensboro Hill

Tired or dislike living in the hustle bustle of NYC? Try taking a look at rental apartments located in Queensboro Hill. The neighborhood is a quiet suburb located close to downtown Flushing. Here, you'll find actual houses versus the many high-rises and apartment complexes located near Flushing. Many homes in this neighborhood boast attractive architectural details such as wrought iron entry doors, slate roofs, and stained glass windows. The neighborhoods are considered safe and is perfect…

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Queensboro Hill

Tired or dislike living in the hustle bustle of NYC? Try taking a look at rental apartments located in Queensboro Hill. The neighborhood is a quiet suburb located close to downtown Flushing. Here, you'll find actual houses versus the many high-rises and apartment complexes located near Flushing. Many homes in this neighborhood boast attractive architectural details such as wrought iron entry doors, slate roofs, and stained glass windows. The neighborhoods are considered safe and is perfect for families. While this is a tranquil area, you will also find shopping and dining options, mostly along Main Street and Kissena Boulevard.

Neighborhood:Queensboro Hill

Population: 45,602; population density 31,744 people per square mile (Queens-wide: 20,578 people per square mile).

Adjacent Neighborhoods: Flushing, East Flushing, Murray Hill, Pomonok, Kew Garden Hills

Public Transit: Queensboro Hill is serviced by the following buses: Q88, Q20A, Q20B (Main St.), Q44 (Horace Harding Expwy), Q17, 25, 34 (Kissena Blvd). The 7 train terminates on Main Street in Flushing, to the north.

What’s Here?: Queensboro Hill is essentially a quiet suburb of bustling downtown Flushing. In Flushing’s vibrant Chinatown, you can sample cuisine from every corner of China: head to Xi’an Famous Foods for the Liang Pi cold skin noodles, then sample an egg custard bun from one of the countless bakeries in the area. Just a few minutes’ walk away in Queensboro Hill, the pace slows down and houses replace high-rises. Many homes in the neighborhood boast attractive architectural details such as wrought iron entry doors, slate roofs, and stained glass windows, and you’ll find fruit trees growing in front gardens. While this is a tranquil area, you will also find shopping and dining options, mostly along Main Street and Kissena Boulevard.

Flat or Tall?: The vast majority of the housing stock in Queensboro Hill consists of single- and two-family houses and brick row houses, some of which have been converted into apartments. A handful of low-rise apartment buildings can be found here, too, along Main Street and on the neighborhood’s western edge.

History: From the beginning, Queensboro Hill and neighboring Flushing were known for religious diversity and tolerance. Quakers found safe haven here in the 1700s. At the turn of the 19th century, African Americans established a community here. Corona Park, on Queensboro Hill’s western border, has a storied history of its own: originally a dumping ground, this is the “valley of ashes” between West Egg and Manhattan from F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby. In the 1930s, the area was converted to parkland and became the site of both the 1939 and 1964 World’s Fairs; the unisphere remains one of New York’s most iconic landmarks.

Activities: Shopping, dining, parks and recreation.

Check it out: Corona and Kissena Parks form the northern border of Queensboro Hill, and between the two you’ll find an eclectic mix of recreation options. Corona Park, Queens’s largest, offers baseball fields, a swimming pool, mini golf, tennis courts, and the Queens Botanical Garden. In Kissena Park, you’ll find not only a public golf course, but also the Parks Department’s only velodrome.

Median Rents for Queensboro Hill
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Public Transportation
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1.25 mi - Flushing-Main St (Roosevelt Ave and Main St)
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2.10 mi - 75th Av (Queens Blvd and 75th Rd)
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2.14 mi - Forest Hills-71st Av (Queens Blvd and 71st)
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2.25 mi - 67th Av (Queens Blvd and 67th Ave)
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2.45 mi - Briarwood-Van Wyck Blvd (Queens Blvd and Van Wyck Blvd)
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