Welcome to Sunnyside

This historic neighborhood is home to brick homes on tree-lined streets and pre-war buildings with green courtyards.

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Attributes

up and coming, industrial lofts, prewar apartments, greek architecture, beautiful archways, zen gardens, new restaurants, boutiques, green spaces, playgrounds, dog parks, houses of worship, theater, schools

LOCATED IN QUEENS, NYC

Commute Times
Columbus Circle 27m. by train, 40m. by car
Grand Central 24m. by train, 29m. by car
Union Square 28m. by train, 36m. by car
Wall Street 38m. by train, 37m. by car
Nearest Subways
  • 7 transit
Boundaries
East to West 52nd St. to Skillman Ave.
North to South Barnett Ave. to the Queens Midtown Expy.
Nearby Neighborhoods Long Island City, Astoria, Woodside

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Sunnyside:
Quiet green spaces mingle with urban shopping centers.

Families and young professionals looking for a quiet escape will fall in love with Sunnyside's welcoming communities, bike routes, pet-friendly playgrounds, and vistas of Midtown's skyscrapers.

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What to expect:
An escape for families and young professionals with a thriving restaurant scene.

In the heart of Sunnyside there is an elevated train that overlooks new restaurants, mom & pop shops, and traditional Irish Pubs while providing a swift commute to Manhattan.

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The lifestyle:
A haven for foodies, dog owners, and families.

In Sunnyside you can taste the mouth watering fruit at the farmer’s market or sneak away for coffee at one of the cozy cafes. Playgrounds and dog parks allow for some special time with your four legged friends, who will feel right at home in this dog loving community.

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Unexpected appeal:
Lush spaces and family friendly hangouts.

Sunnyside’s sweeping vistas of Manhattan will remind you that you’re still in New York. But with a plethora of outdoor spaces and picturesque blocks, you’ll feel more like you’re in a small town than the Big Apple.

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The market:
Brick row houses with backyards makeup Sunnyside Gardens alongside spacious pre-war co-ops and converted lofts for mid price points.

Sunnyside is mostly pre-war apartments and single family homes. The market is certainly evolving, with industrial lofts opening on its border with Long Island City.

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You'll fall in love with:
Tree-lined streets, brick faced architecture, and the blend of urban and suburban homes.

Sunnyside Gardens historic district is a perfectly planned community and its beauty stands the test of time. It’s a sharp contrast to the chic industrial lofts blooming around Queens Blvd.

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