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  • Rental Unit in Hunters Point at 1-15 57th Avenue #5223 for $8,575

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    Rental Unit in Hunters Point

    1-15 57th Avenue #5223
    $8,575 NO FEE

    $7,860 Net Effective Rent

    1.0 Month Free 12-Month Lease

    3 Beds
    2 Baths

    Listing by Gotham Organization

  • Condo in Hunters Point at 45-30 Pearson Street #7A for $4,650

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    Condo in Hunters Point

    45-30 Pearson Street #7A
    $4,650
    Price Drop $150
    NO FEE
    1 Bed
    1 Bath
    621 square feet

    Listing by Find Nest Inc

  • Rental Unit in Hunters Point at 4615 Center Boulevard #3406 for $3,585

    Rental Unit in Hunters Point

    4615 Center Boulevard #3406
    $3,585 NO FEE
    Studio
    1 Bath

    Listing by TF Cornerstone

  • Rental Unit in Hunters Point at 4720 Center Boulevard #2812 for $5,195

    Rental Unit in Hunters Point

    4720 Center Boulevard #2812
    $5,195 NO FEE
    1 Bed
    1 Bath

    Listing by TF Cornerstone

  • Rental Unit in Hunters Point at 1-15 57th Avenue #5223 for $8,575

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    Rental Unit in Hunters Point

    1-15 57th Avenue #5223
    $8,575 NO FEE

    $7,860 Net Effective Rent

    1.0 Month Free 12-Month Lease

    3 Beds
    2 Baths

    Listing by Gotham Organization

  • Rental Unit in Hunters Point at 4720 Center Boulevard #2503 for $5,765

    Rental Unit in Hunters Point

    4720 Center Boulevard #2503
    $5,765 NO FEE
    2 Beds
    2 Baths

    Listing by TF Cornerstone

  • Rental Unit in Hunters Point at 4720 Center Boulevard #2113 for $4,550

    Rental Unit in Hunters Point

    4720 Center Boulevard #2113
    $4,550 NO FEE
    1 Bed
    1 Bath

    Listing by TF Cornerstone

  • Rental Unit in Hunters Point at 4720 Center Boulevard #2108 for $4,435

    Rental Unit in Hunters Point

    4720 Center Boulevard #2108
    $4,435 NO FEE
    1 Bed
    1 Bath

    Listing by TF Cornerstone

  • Rental Unit in Kew Gardens at 119-08 Metropolitan Avenue #2E for $1,995

    Rental Unit in Kew Gardens

    119-08 Metropolitan Avenue #2E
    $1,995
    Studio
    1 Bath
    400 square feet

    Listing by Keller Williams NYC

  • Rental Unit in Little Neck at 254-11 60th Avenue #2B for $4,300

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    Rental Unit in Little Neck

    254-11 60th Avenue #2B
    $4,300
    3 Beds
    2 Baths
    1,760 square feet

    Listing by Douglas Elliman

  • Rental Unit in Astoria at 26-11 30th Street #1R for $2,699

    Rental Unit in Astoria

    26-11 30th Street #1R
    $2,699
    3 Beds
    1 Bath

    Listing by Destination Real Estate

  • Condo in Astoria at 12-15 Broadway #480 for $3,200

    Condo in Astoria

    12-15 Broadway #480
    $3,200
    1 Bed
    1 Bath
    730 square feet

    Listing by Luxury Apartments LIC

  • Condo in Astoria at 12-15 Broadway #730 for $2,550

    Condo in Astoria

    12-15 Broadway #730
    $2,550
    Studio
    1 Bath
    535 square feet

    Listing by Luxury Apartments LIC

  • Rental Unit in Hunters Point at 42-22 27th Street #912 for $5,495

    Rental Unit in Hunters Point

    42-22 27th Street #912
    $5,495
    2 Beds
    2 Baths

    Listing by The KCI Group

About Queens

There's something for everyone in Queens, NYC's easternmost borough. Forest Hills combines urban conveniences with tree-lined streets and Tudor style homes. Foodies flock to vibrant Jackson Heights for a variety of cuisines like the chana masala at Jackson Diner or squash pizza at The Queensboro. Sports fans get stoked! You can catch the New York Mets at Citifield or watch the US Open at USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center. In the mood for a movie? The drive-in theater at The Bel-Aire Diner in Astoria is a retro treat (that’s free!). Afterward, grab a brew to go from the Bohemian Hall & Beer Garden. While every borough has its share of outstanding museums, the art hub in Long Island City, Queens includes MoMA PS1 — one of the country's largest and oldest cultural institutions. Nearby there's plenty of waterfront space to enjoy; a choice spot is Hunters Point South Park. During the summer, Rockaway shines. It's arguably the most famous neighborhood in the borough thanks to "Rockaway Beach," a tune by Queens-bred punk band The Ramones. The oceanside community is a top NYC attraction — not to mention home to the only two surf beaches — don't forget the sunblock.

How much rent should you expect to pay in Queens, NY?

Rents across each borough vary by neighborhood. Also, apartment size and building amenities such as elevators and Juliette balconies all impact cost. For Queens, the median asking rent as of September 2020 was $2,200. Of course, you can find an apartment for less.

How much do apartments cost in Queens, NY?

Just like rentals, location is a significant factor as well as home size and housing type. During the first quarter of 2020, $676,500 was the median asking price for a home. Remember, abodes can be found for less.

What’s the cost of living in Queens compared to Manhattan?

When it comes to the big three; food, entertainment, and travel costs, affordable options are plentiful in all NYC boroughs.

How do you pick a neighborhood in Queens?

There are more than 90 neighborhoods to consider — more than any other borough! Sunnyside, Corona, Flushing and the rest have much to offer, from worldly flavors to sprawling parks.

Where are dogs allowed to run and play in Queens, NY?

The borough is certainly pet-friendly, with dozens of off-leash areas in select public spaces. A favorite spot is Flushing Meadows, Corona Park. There you can catch a glimpse at the Unisphere, a ginormous stainless steel globe from the 1964 New York World's Fair.

Are there many green spaces in Queens, NY?

There are more parks than we can count in the borough. One favorite is Juniper Valley Park known for its acres of soccer and baseball fields. Looking for a waterfront view? The Breezy Point beaches at Gateway National Park won’t disappoint.

Is getting around Queens, NY easy and cheap?

Buses and subways run by New York State's Metropolitan Transportation Authority make getting around Queens and the other NYC boroughs quick and affordable.

What are the top things to do in Queens, NY?

Great eats are everywhere in the borough. But discerning palates say head to Astoria for Greek food and Jackson Heights for Indian cuisine. For a splash of musical culture, visit the Louis Armstrong House Museum to learn more about the jazz icon. Are you looking for something more kid-friendly? The New York Hall of Science is an educational and fun destination. And here's a fun fact: Jackson Heights hosts the second-largest Pride parade each June.

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