Welcome to Forest Hills

This residential neighborhood is stacked with terraced high-rises sporting excellent views of the Manhattan skyline and Tudor-style homes on tree-lined streets.

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Attributes

high rises, tudor houses, manicured lawns, tree lined streets, shopper’s paradise, family friendly, suburbs, old new york, art deco, concerts, parks, local hangouts, schools, great transportation

LOCATED IN QUEENS, NYC

Commute Times
Columbus Circle 37m. by train, 45m. by car
Grand Central 38m. by train, 32m. by car
Union Square 38m. by train, 38m. by car
Wall Street 40m. by train, 41m. by car
Boundaries
East to West The Grand Central Pkwy. to Selfridge St.
North to South The Long Island Expy. to The Jackie Robinson Pkwy.
Nearby Neighborhoods Rego Park, Corona, Kew Gardens

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Forest hills:
The country meets the city in this thriving Queens neighborhood.

Forest Hills is known for its stunning row houses, towering high-rise apartments, and its historic concert venue. A medley of world-class entertainment harmonises with its luxurious locales.

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What to expect:
An established neighborhood with a rustic culture and traditional city fare.

Forest Hills is a residential neighborhood in Queens with fine local dining, shopping, and great transportation in an urban bucolic setting.

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The lifestyle:
Small town vibes and authentic retro shopping.

Enjoy concerts at Forest Hills Stadium, a farmer’s market at Forest Hills Greenmarket, boutique shops on Austin Street, or have an old-fashioned ice cream and soda at Eddie’s Sweet Shop.

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Unexpected appeal:
Old timey atmosphere and Art Deco interiors.

The local businesses in Forest Hills feel like they are cut from another era with their classic early-Twentieth Century interior design.

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The market:
Most buildings are single family homes or luxury high rises and these desirable properties can be costly.

In Forest Hills, the homes are spacious with front lawns and backyards. This already well-known area is only getting more popular and prices are trending upwards.

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You'll fall in love with:
Green streets, Tudor-style homes, and the serenity of the suburbs.

If you close your eyes and take one of the four train lines or Long Island Railroad to Forest Hills, you’ll feel transported to the suburbs in this quiet and cozy gem.

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