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1 Bedroom, South Corona Rental in NYC for $1,703 - Photo 1
17 hours ago  |  Score: 90.2
55-10 96th Street, Apt R15O
South Corona, Corona, Northwestern Queens, Queens
$1,703
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1 Bed
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1 Bath
By Tashi Choephel
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2 Bedrooms, South Corona Rental in NYC for $2,220 - Photo 1
3 days ago  |  Score: 87.4
54-39 100th St, Apt 611
South Corona, Corona, Northwestern Queens, Queens
$2,220
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2 Bed
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1 Bath
By Benjamin Kim
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1 Bedroom, South Corona Rental in NYC for $1,826 - Photo 1
3 days ago  |  Score: 87.4
54-39 100th St, Apt 318
South Corona, Corona, Northwestern Queens, Queens
$1,826
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1 Bed
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1 Bath
By Benjamin Kim
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7 hours ago  |  Score: 74.6
99-04 57 Avenue
South Corona, Corona, Northwestern Queens, Queens
$2,600
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3 Bed
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1 Bath
By Henry Chung
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7 hours ago  |  Score: 74.6
53-24 103th Street
South Corona, Corona, Northwestern Queens, Queens
$2,300
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3 Bed
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1 Bath
By Huanyan Li
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South Corona

South Corona is a lively, densely populated residential community that consists primarily of single and multi-family homes. The neighborhood's population is diverse, including a majority of Hispanic-Americans as well as a sizeable percentage of Italian, Asian and African-American residents who rent/live in this area.

Renters living in this area can enjoy visiting Flushing Meadows Corona Park, get some traditional Asian food in Flushing, grab Italian Ice from the Famous Lemon Ice King of…

South Corona Apartments
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South Corona

South Corona is a lively, densely populated residential community that consists primarily of single and multi-family homes. The neighborhood's population is diverse, including a majority of Hispanic-Americans as well as a sizeable percentage of Italian, Asian and African-American residents who rent/live in this area.

Renters living in this area can enjoy visiting Flushing Meadows Corona Park, get some traditional Asian food in Flushing, grab Italian Ice from the Famous Lemon Ice King of Corona and check out the Langston Hughes Community Library and Cultural Center.

Neighborhood: South Corona, Queens

Adjacent Neighborhoods: North Corona, Flushing, Forest Hills, Rego Park, Elmhurst, Jackson Heights

Public Transit: 7 express (Junction Boulevard); 7 local (Junction Boulevard, 103rd St-Corona Plaza, 111st St.); also Q23, Q48, Q66, Q72, QM2, QM3, and QM20 buses.

What’s Here?: South Corona is a lively, densely populated residential community that consists primarily of single- and multifamily homes.

Its main drags are Roosevelt Avenue to the north, Junction Boulevard to the west, and 108th St on the east side. Corona Avenue zig zags through the neighborhood. At the southern border is the Long Island Expressway.

History: In the 1600s, Englishmen founded Newtown, and the northeastern corner of Newtown would eventually become Corona. The Flushing Railroad began service to the area in 1854, when the sleepy settlement started becoming a bustling town, known as West Flushing. In 1872, the town’s name was changed to “Corona,” the Italian word for “crown.”

In the 1940s 60s, North/South Corona and nearby East Elmhurst hosted several prominent African American leaders and musicians, including Malcolm X, Dr. Ophelia Devore, Dizzy Gillespie, Charlie Shavers, Ella Fitzgerald, and Louis Armstrong. The neighborhood, however, was predominantly Italian American until the 1950s, when it experienced an influx of Dominican residents. A few decades later, a wave of immigrants arrived from Latin American countries. Today, the neighborhood’s population is diverse, including a majority of Hispanic-Americans as well as a sizeable percentage of Italian-, Asian-, and African-American residents.

Activities: To the east of the neighborhood is Flushing Meadows Corona Park, the site of the 1939 and 1964 World’s Fair, the iconic Unisphere, Citi Field (where the Mets play), and the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center, which hosts the US Open. Or visit the smaller Corona Mac Park or Park of the Americas.

Grab some traditional Italian ice from the famous Lemon Ice King of Corona. Also, the Corona Greenmarket is open on Fridays from July to November.

Travel a bit north (to North Corona) and visit the Louis Armstrong House Museum, formerly the home of Louis Armstrong and now a museum that houses archives about the musician and hosts concerts and educational programs for the community. In North Corona, you’ll also find the Langston Hughes Community Library and Cultural Center, which hosts a large collection of African American art and literature.

Public Transportation
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0.46 mi - 103rd St (Roosevelt Ave and 103rd St)
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0.96 mi - Woodhaven Blvd (Queens Blvd and Woodhaven Blvd)
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1.71 mi - Forest Hills-71st Av (Queens Blvd and 71st)
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1.74 mi - Jackson Heights-Roosevelt Ave (Roosevelt Ave and 75th St)
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