LIC is known for its vibrant arts community and is home to Moma PS1, with an unbeatable location for Manhattan commutes.
Long Island City
Astoria is an eclectic neighborhood filled with amazing nightlight, dining and great shopping.
Welcome to Sunnyside! One of the first of many planned communities in the U.S., Sunnyside has shopping, a historic district on Greenpoint Avenue, and a quick commute to Manhattan.
Woodside, a well connected transportation hub, remains one of the most pleasant neighborhoods in the city, offering an extensive list of restaurants, shopping, and green space.
Flushing has it all: Citifield and the National Tennis Center, endless shopping, beautiful parks, arts, culture and must-try cuisine.
Up and coming, Elmhurst is best known for it's shopping, home to the Queens Center Mall and Queens Plaza.
Best known for it's shopping, Rego Park is home to the Queens Center Mall, Rego Center, and mom and pop stores along 63rd Avenue and Queens Boulevard.
A historic neighborhood with a distinct community feel, Forest Hills has plenty of shopping & dining, parks & playgrounds, and the recently opened Forest Hills Stadium for concert lovers.
Kew Gardens offers excellent transportation options, and borders Forest Park, a sprawling park with fields, playgrounds, a carousel and Queen's best horse stable.
Richmond Hill is an area rich in history, with great transportation options and next to Forest Park's carousel, fields and play ground.