Queens

Overview:
Katz Realty Group's locations in Queens range from the quiet, green enclave of Forest Hills to the vibrant energy of Jackson Heights to the rapidly growing & thriving arts community of Long Island City. Whether you are looking for a terrace or studio with all the right services and amenities, or a 1, 2 or 3-bedroom for larger family living, Katz has a luxury apartment in one of its 7 Queens locations that is right for you.

Forest Hills:
Forest Hills, just a 20 minute commute from midtown Manhattan, has a whiff of tradition about it. Here, you'll find Colonial & Victorian style houses, winding streets & green spaces
 -- in addition to great shopping and great dining options. Austin Street has chic boutiques, small shops & trendy restaurants, while Metropolitan Avenue is known for its affordable but diverse dining, antique shops and big-brand stores. Beautiful Forest Park, 538 rambling acres of trees and fields, offers outdoor activities including swimming & golfing, a sports complex, a merry-go-round for kids, and a concert bandshell where the Queens Symphony Orchestra plays free Sunday afternoon concerts in the summer. Transportation is easy with 3 main subway lines, the Long Island railroad, plus several bus lines, including QM12 express bus service to Manhattan. It is also one of New York's safest neighborhoods.

Forest Realty 66-20 108th Street, Forest Hills, NY
SLK Building Realty
103-11 68th Drive, Forest Hills, NY

Sussex Realty
112-41 72nd Road, Forest Hills, NY

Jackson Heights:
Jackson Heights is a bustling neighborhood, known for its ethnic diversity, unique co-op buildings with garden interiors -- some as large as a city block -- and for its easy commute time to Manhattan. You'll find a vibrant community with some of the best affordable dining options in New York; its local Indian, Pakistani, Peruvian & Thai are consistently singled out for their authenticity & high quality. The neighborhood offers great shopping, particularly along 82 Street, and the busy supermarkets and stores along Roosevelt and 74th Street (Little India) offer a taste of the subcontinent. Jackson Heights is safe and affordable with great schools, and 6 separate subway lines run through it, making it a great option for anyone wanting a bit of international flavor just a heartbeat away to Manhattan.

Cindy Realty 34-31 81st Street, Jackson Heights, NY
Cinderella Realty
34-35 76th Street, Jackson Heights, NY

Sunnyside:
Sunnyside, just 15 minutes from Manhattan on the 7 train and 1 stop on the LIRR,
borders up and coming Long Island City, filled with cultural attractions such as Moma's PS1 museum and a thriving arts scene. Sunnyside itself is a quiet, peaceful neighborhood with great schools and playgrounds, and tidy pre-war brick buildings located on tree-lined streets. The kitshy Art Deco Sunnyside Arch located over Queens Boulevard & 46th Street is one particularly memorable feature.

Myra Realty 43-15 45th Street, Sunnyside, NY

Astoria:
Astoria is vibrant multicultural enclave just over the water from Manhattan. Its waterfront
is part beautiful parkland, part industry; its streets are a mix of Victorian houses, old row houses, co-ops & new condos; there are subway stations both elevated and subterranean, along with a bridge to Manhattan; and here you can find food options from almost anywhere in the world. Steinway Street & Ditmars Boulevard offer the greatest shopping, eating and nightlife opportunities, and every block seems to feature a family-owned business from a different country. The schools are excellent, the neighborhood is safe and midtown Manhattan is just 15 minutes away. Other notable attractions also include Socrates Sculpture Park, the Museum of the Moving Image and Bohemian Hall, the city's oldest beer garden.

Ronald Realty 35-05 30th Street, Astoria, NY