Rego Park

Rego Park boasts the giant shopping center of Rego Park Center filled with stores including Bed Bath & Beyond, Kohl's, Century 21, and Costco. Queens Center Mall, the boroughs largest shopping center, lies just west of Rego Park in the neighborhood of Elmhurst and is accessible to residents. Rego Park is characterized by its extensive retail options juxtaposed with quiet residential streets that boast beautiful tudor-style architecture and urban apartment buildings. E, M, R trains and a number of express buses serve Rego Park, ensuring residents an efficient commute throughout the city. Discover what Rego Park has to offer and learn how this neighborhood can fit into your lifestyle. 

Neighborhood Tags

  • Schools
  • Shopping
  • Urban
  • Quiet
  • Accessible
  • Diverse
  • Malls
  • Pet-friendly
  • market
    The MarketRego Center and Queens Center Mall,
  • love
    You'll fall in love withExtraordinary international cuisine.
  • lifestyle
    The Lifestyle Quiet blocks and the busy Queens Boulevard.

Neighborhood Highlights

  • Rego Park Center
  • Queens Center Mall
  • Queens Boulevard
  • Austin Street
  • Woodhaven Boulevard
  • Close to Forest Park
  • Juniper Valley Park

Located in Central Queens

Nearest Subway

  • M
  • R

Commute Times

Grand Central 38m by train, 29m by car

Wall Street 56m by train, 37m by car

JFK Airport 57 by train, 20 by car

Columbus Circle 41 by train, 42m by car

Around the Block

Exploring Rego Park

Rego Park is an absolute hub for shopping, with spaces like the Rego Park Center where you can shop for groceries, attire and even dine.

MTA map of Rego Park

This friendly neighborhood has much to offer for those looking to move here. Rego Park is well known for the great quality of schools, quiet community and historic architecture. In the 1920s, the Real Good Construction Company bought up this land and started to develop in this area. Interestingly, Rego Park was named after the initials of the Real Good Construction Company. Over the past years there has been an influx of residents from all over the world that have influenced the culture of the neighborhood today. Rego Park is perfect for anyone looking for a quiet place to call home while still enjoying the diversity that comes with living in an urban New York City neighborhood. 

What's around you

Rego Park is a welcoming community of different cultures and backgrounds.

Living in Rego Park means that you will always have something to do. The neighborhood includes two of the most commerically busy streets in Queens, Austin Street and Queens Boulevard. A stroll down one of these streets will guarantee that you will be exposed to great shopping stores and restaurants owned by local residents or big brands. Residents enjoy proximity to Forest Park and Juniper Valley Park to take in expanisve green spaces and public ammenities available to all. The location of the neighborhood is ideal as residents can easily take a small commute to enjoy what surrounding neighborhoods have to offer.

You can head down to Rego Park Center to enjoy great shopping options ranging from TJ Maxx to Khol's. In this center you can also shop groceries for the family at Costco Wholesale and Aldi Supermarket. Living in Rego Park means that you will have the convenience to fufill all of your shopping needs without having to go far.

Buildings in Rego Park