Queensboro Hill Apartments for Rent
About Queensboro Hill Neighborhood
Queensboro Hill is considered a subsection of Flushing. This neighborhood lies directly south of Kissena Park and Kissena Corridor Park and bordered by the Long Island Expressway to the south. A variety of rowhouses and detached houses occupy much of this area, with no building being taller than three stories high. Queensboro Hill also has retail businesses to support this well-populated residential area. Most apartments and houses come with some parking as driving it the main way residents get around the neighborhood as well as commuting. The best part is all the greenery that surrounds this neighborhood. Through Kissena Park, Queensboro Hill residents get to enjoy the Queen Botanical Garden. Flushing Meadow Corona Park, which borders the neighborhood to the west, offers even more recreation. The Queens Museum, The Queens Zoo, the New York Hall of Science, and Meadow Lake are featured in the park.
Average Rental Prices in Queensboro Hill
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These trains run through Queensboro Hill. In addition, city buses are also available in this area.
Available Subway Lines:
No subway lines in Queensboro Hill
Crime Rate in Queensboro Hill
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P.S. 024 Andrew Jackson
P.S. 219 Paul Klapper
P.S. 120 Queens
John Bowne High School
Francis Lewis High School
I.S. 250 The Robert F. Kennedy Community Middle Sc