Virginia Dob…, Real Estate Pro in Brooklyn, NY

What is the hot area to live in Jackson Heights?

Asked by Virginia Dobles, Brooklyn, NY Wed Nov 6, 2013

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The question is subjective, it really depends on what hot means to you; therefore consider a visit to the area more than once, than determine where your comfort level can be reached...
1 vote Thank Flag Link Wed Nov 6, 2013
what is the "historic district" of jackson heights?
0 votes Thank Flag Link Thu Jan 30, 2014
The historic district includes most of the original neighborhood, as it was plotted and built by the Queensboro Corporation. This part of the area is effectively protected as far as anyone changing building facades, fences, etc. That means we don't have to worry about the kind of development destroying parts of other Queens neighborhoods.

Here's a map of the area that is so protected. (If you click on it, you can make it larger and easier to read.)

http://wikimapia.org/3989505/Jackson-Heights-Historic-District

If you'd like to see the kinds of homes we have in this neighborhood, and the way "land-marking" saved the beauty and historic nature and magnificent gardens, please let me know.

Jeff Putterman
Lic. R. E. Salesperson
Beaudoin Realty Group, Inc.
78-27 37th Ave., Suite 5
(718) 505-9220
(917) 204-7802
Flag Thu Jan 30, 2014
Your question is a hot one. jackson heights is a fantastic area to live. First, it has the most diverse restaurants and bars you can imagine. Best food for the sences. And secondly, if you want to get into Manhattan in under 20 minutes, then this is the place to live. It has the Roosevelt ave hub of so many trains, you can get anywhere. Its close to Laguardia airport for convenience of traveling and the coops are great. Good space and reasonable prices. And lots to choose from. So call me when you are ready to make your move and look for a great place.
Steve Hirsch
347-249-9884
http://www.geoffreystevens.com
Take a look on my website and find many apartments to choose from for price and location.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Sun Jan 5, 2014
Jackson Heights has mostly historical buildings, mostly pre-war. From 34th Ave to 37th Ave you will find a mix of Condo's, Coops, and a few residential.

The great thing about JH is the ability to commute easily between Long Island and Manhattan.
Buses and Trains can be taken at 74th Street/Roosevelt to Manhattan, also on 82nd Street towards Roosevelt Ave. you can take the Q32 that runs up to Madison and 34th Street.

If you drive, you have the Brooklyn Queens Express Way on 69th Street and Northern.
Grand Central via 34th Ave towards 114th Street
Or 81st Street Towards Astoria Blvd.

Besides the commute, the many cultural restaurants to suit your taste buds and at near distance. Most deliver and are open late. During the summer, we have parades, and many fairs.
As well a 365 day farmers market on 34th Ave. and 79th Street.

Jackson Heights is close but yet comfortable and affordable to live. Very well maintained area, and great school district. Check : http://www.schooldigger.com for more info.

Interested: Ready to buy in the area? Please call me at Tania F, Exit Realty First Choice, Cell: 646-355-5874.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Sun Jan 5, 2014
Visit my site to view the listings I have in Historic Jackson Heights.
http://www.callexitnow.com/agents/69-Tania-Flavia/
Flag Thu Jan 30, 2014
The most restaurants, cafes, singles bars and activity take place in a pretty broad area. From Astoria Blvd. Down to Queens Blvd. and from approx. 50th Street to 94th St. Northern Blvd, Roosevelt Ave., junction blvd. areas are most active. Jackson Heights is a great place to live.

Maureen Mizuno
Exit Realty Central
Cell: (917)443-9880
0 votes Thank Flag Link Fri Dec 20, 2013
Not sure what is your question is all about, Jackson Heights is a pretty big area so if you be little specific then perhaps someone can answer your question.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Tue Dec 3, 2013
Hello Virginia,

People live in Jackson Heights for various reasons -- e.g., its diversity, its food, its location relative to midtown and LaGuarida, its convenient and multiple public transit choices, etc..

So what you mean by "hot," as Anna notes, is up to you.

If you can define that term more specifically, I'm sure several of us can give you our opinion of the answer you seek.

Jeff Putterman
Lic. R. E. Salesperson
Beaudoin Realty Group, Inc.
78-27 37th Ave., Suite 5
(718) 505-9220
(917) 204-7802
0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed Nov 6, 2013
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