As one of
the original four areas in Queens, Flushing spanned
the entire northeastern part of county. Flushing is
made up of a few different areas which include Murray
Hill, Queensboro Hill, and Linden Hill. Flushing
is filled with many parks, stadiums, retail stores,
and restaurants. Almost all of the commerce
and large residential buildings can be found "Downtown"
near Main Street and Roosevelt Avenue. Flushing
is home to Shea Stadium, where you can see the New
York Mets, and Flushing-Meadows Corona Park.
Flushing-Meadows Corona Park houses the New York
tennis center which is the location of the U.S. Open
tennis tournament. Flushing is a easy 30 minutes
commute to Manhattan, and an area with many things
to do, which makes it an ideal place for families
was originally settled by the Quakers who had fled
New England. Today, Flushing is home to one
of the most ethnically diverse and multi-cultural
populations, recently with a large influx of
Residences & Rent
is mainly made up of residential houses and
apartment buildings. General rents in this
area for studio ranges from $700-$1000, one bedroom
from $950-$1200, two bedrooms from $1200-$1650,
and 3+ bedrooms range from $1800-$2500.
Flushing Transportation & Commuting
In Flushing you can get the
New York City subway's "7" train. Once you
are at the station you can be in Midtown in 20 minutes
and Downtown in 30 minutes.