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  • Rental Unit in Astoria at 27-16 21st Street #4N for $3,995

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    Rental Unit in Astoria

    27-16 21st Street #4N
    $3,995 NO FEE

    $3,329 Net Effective Rent

    2.0 Months Free 12-Month Lease

    2 Beds
    1 Bath

    Listing by Nooklyn NYC LLC

  • Rental Unit in Astoria at 41-06 28th Avenue #1 for $2,900

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    Rental Unit in Astoria

    41-06 28th Avenue #1
    $2,900
    1 Bed
    1 Bath
    720 square feet

    Listing by Bond New York

  • Condo in Astoria at 30-05 Vernon Boulevard #5I for $2,950

    New Development

    Condo in Astoria

    30-05 Vernon Boulevard #5I
    $2,950 NO FEE
    Studio
    1 Bath
    511 square feet

    Listing by Modern Spaces

  • Rental Unit in Ditmars-Steinway at 22-55 33rd Street #7A for $2,390

    Contains  Video

    Rental Unit in Ditmars-Steinway

    22-55 33rd Street #7A
    $2,390
    1 Bed
    1 Bath

    Listing by Made In NY Realty

  • Rental Unit in Astoria at 10 Halletts Point #PH7 for $3,858

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    Rental Unit in Astoria

    10 Halletts Point #PH7
    $3,858 NO FEE
    1 Bed
    1 Bath

    Listing by Royal Realty Corp

  • Rental Unit in Astoria at 2-24 26th Avenue #216 for $2,537

    Open House, Fri 9-6

    New Development

    Rental Unit in Astoria

    2-24 26th Avenue #216
    $2,537 NO FEE
    Studio
    1 Bath

    Listing by Nooklyn NYC LLC

  • Rental Unit in Astoria at 2-24 26th Avenue #316 for $3,900

    Open House, Fri 9-6

    New Development

    Rental Unit in Astoria

    2-24 26th Avenue #316
    $3,900 NO FEE
    2 Beds
    2 Baths

    Listing by Nooklyn NYC LLC

  • Rental Unit in Ditmars-Steinway at 23-80 24th Street #3 for $5,000

    Rental Unit in Ditmars-Steinway

    23-80 24th Street #3
    $5,000
    3 Beds
    1 Bath

    Listing by Realty 2000 Corp

  • Rental Unit in Astoria at 43-07 31st Avenue #4F for $2,899

    Rental Unit in Astoria

    43-07 31st Avenue #4F
    $2,899 NO FEE
    1 Bed
    1 Bath
    650 square feet

    Listing by Oxford Property Group

  • Rental Unit in Astoria at 43-10 Broadway #2A for $3,399

    Rental Unit in Astoria

    43-10 Broadway #2A
    $3,399
    2 Beds
    1 Bath
    1,200 square feet

    Listing by Keller Williams NYC

  • Rental Unit in Astoria at 34-59 9th Street #FH2F for $3,300

    Rental Unit in Astoria

    34-59 9th Street #FH2F
    $3,300 NO FEE
    3 Beds
    2 Baths
    10,000 square feet

    Listing by Owner

  • Rental Unit in Astoria at 35-09 28th Avenue #4A for $3,600

    Contains  Video

    Rental Unit in Astoria

    35-09 28th Avenue #4A
    $3,600
    2 Beds
    2 Baths
    1,200 square feet

    Listing by Sterling Realty Solution Inc

  • Rental Unit in Astoria at 25-77 45th Street #2 for $1,865

    Rental Unit in Astoria

    25-77 45th Street #2
    $1,865
    Studio
    1 Bath

    Listing by Modern Spaces

  • Rental Unit in Astoria at 26-31 3rd Street #22 for $2,450

    Rental Unit in Astoria

    26-31 3rd Street #22
    $2,450 NO FEE
    Studio
    1 Bath
    400 square feet

    Listing by East Coast Realtors Inc.

About Astoria

Astoria is a thriving neighborhood in the western section of Queens. It has long been one of New York City's — and the world's — notable places. Seriously! In 2019, TimeOut named Astoria one of the 50 Coolest Neighborhoods, ranking it No. 8 on the planet. But that doesn't mean the area is out of reach for the budget-minded. Astoria has retained relative affordability thanks to a mix of single-family homes, 2-family dwellings, and other smaller multi-family residential buildings. New construction also abounds, adding luxury condos to Astoria's housing mix. What's to do in Astoria? Find the best action on Steinway Street, Broadway, Ditmars, and 30th avenues, including markets and restaurants, offering world-class food from across the globe. This vibrant neighborhood also offers plenty of green space. Astoria Park, home of NYC's biggest public swimming pool, is one of NYC's oldest and most beautiful waterfront parks.

What’s the average transit time from Astoria, Queens to Midtown Manhattan?

Located on the East River facing Roosevelt Island and Manhattan's Upper East Side, this dynamic enclave is a 21-minute trip via the NYC Ferry and E & M subway lines. You may want to add a little extra time to walk from your apartment to the terminal or train. Plan on driving? The drive over the Ed Koch Queensboro Bridge may take longer, especially during peak traffic hours.

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