Flushing truly has it all. Residents of Flushing take advantage of The Shops at Skyview Center, Queens Center Mall, Flushing Meadows-Corona Park, Citi Field, the National Tennis Center, and the beautiful Queens Botanical Garden. With a neighborhood as accessible as Flushing, residents utilize the 7 train line and major highways like Van Wyck, Whitestone, Grand Central, and Long Island Expressways to get where they need to go. If you decide to stay, Flushing is home to some of the best cuisines of the city brought in by its diverse residents. Discover what Flushing has to offer and learn how this neighborhood can fit into your lifestyle. 

Neighborhood Tags

  • Green Parks
  • Schools
  • Unique Cuisine
  • Easy Commute
  • Great Shopping
  • Malls
  • Pet-friendly
  • lifestyle
    The VibeMain Street's busy hub
  • vibe
    The LifestyleSpend a day at the park or catch a ball game
  • market
    You'll fall in love withThe Shops at Skyview Center

Neighborhood Highlights

  • Citi Field
  • Queens Zoo
  • New York Hall of Science
  • Flushing-Meadows Corona Park
  • The Shops at Skyview Center
  • Wolrd Ice Arena
  • Queens Musuem
  • Long Island Rail Road

Located in North-Central Queens

Nearest Subway

  • 7

Commute Times

Grand Central 31m by train, 15m by car

Columbus Circle 52m by train, 58m by car

Wall Street  60m by train, 38m by car

Union Square 50m by train, 35m by car

Around the Block

Exploring Flushing

In Flushing, you will never need to go too far for a good time.

Flushing has acted as a hub for sports, major events, and restaurants for many years. Every summer you can go check out the U.S. Open Tennis Championships at the USTA Billie Jean King Tennis Center which hosts the best players in the world going head-to-head during globally broadcasted matches. The neighborhood is also home to Major League Baseball's New York Mets who play at Citi Field. Citi Field has become a great space not only for baseball, but for many different concerts and events held throughout the year during baseball's off season. Flushing's history is endless, not only do they have a wide array of sporting oppurtunities, but one staple is the Unisphere, a beautiful and large representation of the globe built for the World's Fair in 1964. The Unisphere is a touristic point for visitors and residents from all around the city. In other words, Flushing has flourished into a great community that never lacks excitement.

Unisphere at Flushing Meadows Park
Distant views of the Manhattan skyline from Flushing-Meadows Corona Park

Discover and Explore

What's around you

Explore the area for unusual food items, cultural events and a vibrant community.

Flushing acts as a capital for Queens. The shopping, dining, and activities are endless and they just keep on growing along with the community. It is the perfect place to congregrate with friends, engage with your family, or even just to enjoy the neighborhood on your own. 

Exploring this neighborhood will open your eyes to the endless entertainment opportunities for you to enjoy and engage with the community. Flushing-Meadows Corona Park is the largest park in Queens and living here means it will be right outside your doorstep. The park has stellar amenities ranging from soccer fields, dog-runs and playgrounds for everyone to enjoy. Go check out the Unisphere where millions of people in 1964 went for the World's Fair. Catch a Met's game or concert at Citi Field. Discover your wild side by checking out some of the coolest species at the Queen's Zoo or dive into history at the Queens Musuem. Flushing offers it all, and living here means it has it all for you. 

Buildings in Flushing