About Queens Borough

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Queens offers a wide variety of apartments for rent. You can find apartments available in condo and co-op buildings as well as pre-war apartment buildings, townhouses, as well as new developments and luxury buildings. You can easily find any apartment size available, whether it’s a studio apartment, 1-bedroom, 2-bedroom, 3-bedroom, or larger. There are plenty of rooms and sublets available as well as full single-family homes. Some of the most expensive and trendiest neighborhoods in Queens are Long Island City, Astoria, Sunnyside, Forest Hills, and Ridgewood. If you’re looking for affordability, most Queens neighborhoods will meet your demand like Kew Gardens, Jackson Heights, Flushing, Woodside, and Maspeth.

Average Rental Prices in Queens

These are the average rental prices in Queens by apartment size. To find out how much you need to earn in order to qualify for these prices, go to our salary calculator.

  • Studios

  • 1 Bedroom

  • 2 Bedroom

  • 3 Bedroom


Average Credit Score Needed to Rent in Queens

Your credit score is an important factor in determining your qualification for rentals or even some condo or co-op purchases.

Credit Score


These trains run through Queens. In addition, city buses are also available in this area.

Available Subway Lines:
  • 7
  • 7
  • A
  • E
  • F
  • M
  • G
  • L
  • J
  • Z
  • N
  • R
  • W
  • S

Crime Rate in Queens

Crime rate: 5 out of 10
Approximately 13.5812 crimes (felony) per 1000 residents
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Average prices by Neighborhood

Learn about what the average rental prices are some of the most popular neighborhoods in Queens by apartment size. To find out how much you need to make in order to afford the apartment your chosen neighborhood, use our salary calculator.

Studios1 Bedroom2 Bedroom3 Bedroom
Fresh Meadows$1,275$1,620$2,098$2,850
Glen Oaks$1,700$2,200$2,030$2,267
Jamaica Estates$1,534$1,766$2,298$2,890
Middle Village$1,150$1,850$2,500$2,900
St. Albans$1,404$1,610$2,400$2,800