Bustling & dynamic, Flushing is home to the largest Chinese born population outside of Asia and the 3rd busiest intersection in NYC. It’s also home to the NY Mets, the US Open (tennis) and several parks and museums.
Adjacent to Flushing Meadows – Corona Park, this Latin & Italian American neighborhood pairs great authentic cuisine with cultural attractions like the NY Hall of Science and the Queens Zoo.
This quiet and leafy residential neighborhood effortlessly combines the relaxed pace of a small town with the vibrancy of the city, and a global population.
Once a Greek stronghold, the riverfront neighborhood of Astoria boasts views of Manhattan, parks on the water, and cultural attractions like the Museum of the Moving Image and the Noguchi Museum.
Long Island City
Just one stop from Manhattan, LIC has boomed in recent years with glass highrises springing up alongside cocktail bars, craft breweries, art galleries, and tons of great restaurants.