Queens is New York City's answer to suburbia. And while the many families living there would happily agree, there's plenty more to it than that. More languages are spoken in this borough alone (among them, Chinese, Korean, Italian, Greek, Russian, Tagalog, and Creole French) than in any other single place on the planet. The ethnically steeped (and relatively affordable) housing markets of Astoria, Dutch Kil...ls, Hunters Point, and Sunnyside are equally beloved by residents old and new. Long Island City is increasingly referred to as "the next Williamsburg." Sleek waterfront high-rises, modern amenities, and even a flea market make it a go-to for young professionals looking to carve out a place of their own just outside the midtown fray.View more
Market trends help you understand the movement of key price indicators. Trends in Queens show a 1% year-over-year rise in median sales price and a 4% rise in median rent per month.
Most frequent crimes in the past year
Knowing more about crime activity in and around Queens can help keep you aware of crime in the area. Crime activity is most helpful when comparing two locations to understand the relative safety of each location.View More
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There are 87 schools in Queens.
Ps 193 Alfred J Kennedy
Ps 186 Castlewood
Ps 184 Flushing Manor
I.S. 227 Louis Armstrong Intermediate School
Jhs 216 George J Ryan
Queens College School For Math Science And Techno
Queens High School For The Sciences At York Colleg
Townsend Harris High School
Baccalaureate School For Global Education
Get to know your neighbors in Queens by reviewing our census driven map. Get insights into median age, how many people are married, and percentage of people with a college degree.
Most people in Queens commute by public transit. Learn how neighbors in this area get to work so you can consider how you might commute if you lived here, too.
Start your day with a crack-of-dawn yoga session at Socrates Sculpture Park. Bask in the sunshine, waterfront views, and shimmering windmill art installations. Grab a fresh-squeezed juice. Take a selfie. Sit a while.
Spend the afternoon munching through one of the city's most diverse and savory street food scenes, Jackson Heights. You'll find authentic (and wallet-friendly) options from Tibetan dumplings to Brazilian pan de queso and Israeli couscous.
Look to Long Island City's comedy scene, where you'll find some of New York's best improv and stand-up. Wind down at MOMA PS1 - a spin around the galleries (or the outdoor dance party) is just the ticket.