1. Maspeth
    Maspeth, a neighborhood in Western Queens and 5 miles from Manhattan was founded in the 17th Century by Dutch and English settlers. The name is derived from the Mespeatches Indians who inhabited Long Island. This area is editable and you can use it to promote your properties for rent
  2. Middle Village
    Middle Village
    Middle Village in central Queens is named for its location as a midway point between Williamsburg and Jamaica. Just 30 minutes from Manhattan, it was settled in the early 1800’s and is surrounded by cemeteries but is home to a 55-acre park Juniper Valley.
  3. Woodside
    Woodside is a residential and commercial neighborhood in Western Queens. Just 25 minutes from Manhattan, it was settled by Europeans in the mid 1600’s and later by farmers in the 18th century and now is famous for its overhead subway, the LIRR and its proximity to Midtown.
  4. Sunnyside
    Sunnyside is an old-fashioned NY neighborhood in Western Queens with 6 story prewar apartment buildings, rowhouses and tree lined streets just 20 minutes from Manhattan. The name originates from the Bragaw family (French Huguenots) who purchased the land in 1713 and named the estate Sunnyside Hill. Back then it consisted mainly of small farms and marshland.
  5. Glendale
    Glendale a remote area in west-central Queens was a thriving farming community in the 19th century now famous for its greenery and open spaces and proximity to Forest Park (538 acres). 35 minutes from Manhattan and yet feels like countryside. t
  6. Ridgewood
    Ridgewood was originally farmed and settled by the Dutch in 1709 now it is hailed as the next “hot” neighborhood for hipsters migrating from Bushwick. 40 minutes from Manhattan and close to Brooklyn it’s on fire. Much of Ridgewood was built in the early 1900’s to house immigrants who were working in the breweries and knitting factories along the Brooklyn and Queens border.