In a few days, I am moving to Woodside on the R,V line. I'll let you know how it goes.
As a RE Agent we are here to guide you in this process. If you want to learn more about those neighborhoods, please feel free to get an account with LISTINGBOOK. This is one of the tools we REALTORS use to educate our clients with the MARKET of their desired neighborhood. Listingbook has a NEW tab called COMMUNITY INFORMATION. My other buyers like it very much besides knowing the property you are also learning about the neighborhood.
If you need any more information ,please feel free to contact me. Goodluck on your search.
The best way for you to know about any neighborhood is to visit it by day and night. Get a "feel" for it. Take a walk around, have a meal, talk to locals, do some shopping.
A good follow up would be to look at any Realtor's website for property in the desired areas. Most sites will have links to demographics, schools, etc. These two areas are neighbors to each other. Both are fairly close to Manhattan and if you work in the city, you can gauge your ride in.
Best of luck with you search.
Already you are living in Sunnyside which is very close to Woodside.
You need to compare them by yourself!
I am here to help you if you want to buye a property in Woodside or Sunnyside.