Elmhurst Apartments for Rent
About Elmhurst Neighborhood
Elmhurst is a thriving neighborhood in Western Queens full of multifamily row houses, co-ops, and apartment buildings. Immigrants from Asia and Latin America have made Elmhurst one of the most diverse areas of New York City. Roosevelt Avenue is the neighborhood’s northern border with Jackson Heights, and to the east is Corona at Junction Boulevard. It takes about 35 minutes to reach Manhattan along the 7 train. The neighborhood is architecturally diverse, with Christian churches that serve Taiwanese populations, Thai Buddhist temples, Chinese Chan Buddhist hall, and the Hindu Geeta Temple. Elmhurst is also a must for foodies—diverse populations make for remarkable Thai, Indonesian, Singaporean and Argentinian restaurants. It doesn't host any major parks, but as with the rest of Queens, the neighborhood is also home to notably large shopping malls with parking lots, many public schools and accessible hospitals.
Average Rental Prices in Elmhurst
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These trains run through Elmhurst. In addition, city buses are also available in this area.
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P.S. 013 Clement C. Moore
P.S. 012 James B. Colgate
P.S. 019 Marino Jeantet
P.S. 229 Emanuel Kaplan
P.S. 007 Louis F. Simeone
51 Avenue Academy (The Path To Academic Excellence
P.S. 069 Jackson Heights
P.S. Q222 - Fire Fighter Christopher A. Santora Sc
P.S. 102 Bayview
P.S. 58 - School Of Heroes
P.S. 089 Elmhurst
William Cullen Bryant High School
Newtown High School
John Bowne High School
I.S. 5 - The Walter Crowley Intermediate School
I.S. 73 - The Frank Sansivieri Intermediate School
I.S. 061 Leonardo Da Vinci