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About Manhattan

Queens is one of the five boroughs that make up New York City. With 2.2 million people living in Queens, it is considered the second largest borough in population and the largest in area in New York City. Queens is arguably the most ethically diverse urban area in the world as the borough is a mix of numerous distinctive neighborhoods, each with its own unique identity making it a food lover’s dream. With worldly flavors like Greek cuisine in Astoria and Indian food in Jackson Heights to Flushing, home to the city’s largest Chinatown in New York City. Not to mention the New York Mets at Citi Field, up and coming Long Island City, the Rockaway Beaches and home of the two major airports in New York City.

There is a neighborhood for everyone, bringing each its own local flavor. Here are the Queens neighborhoods.

Jackson Heights, Long island City, Forest Hills, Jamaica, Flushing, Astoria, Corona, Sunnyside, The Rockaways

Do I need a real estate broker to buy a Queens apartment?Buying property is probably the largest purchase you’ll ever make so it’s always a good idea to have an experienced broker on your side. Brokers can help provide advice and guidance as well as negotiate your best price on your behalf making the process simple and stress free.

How much does an average Queens apartment cost?It depends on several factors such as neighborhood, amenities, and property size. In 2020, the median asking price for an apartment in Queens was approximately $676,500 and the median asking rent in Queens was approximately $2,200.

Is it better to buy a Queens apartment for the space or amenities?It depends on several factors however luckily Queens has both. Tons of new developments offer great amenities and space to suit your needs.

Are apartments in Queens good for families?Yes, there are tons of options ranging from traditional multi-family homes and townhomes to condominiums and co-ops with varying sizes to fit any family.