|Kew Gardens Overview
Kew Gardens was named and modeled after a London suburb, "Kew
Gardens." In London, Kew Gardens is home the botanical society. As you can
imagine the Queens version of Kew Gardens is filled with gardens and heavily
planted trees which provide a serine setting to reside. Kew Garden was hand
crafted neighborhood, made up of larger homes and a few apartment buildings
on the busier streets of the neighborhood. Kew Gardens today remains the
serine setting that it had when it formulated as "London Suburb" years ago.
Kew Gardens Residents & Culture
Kew Gardens is mostly made up of upper middle class
neighborhood. Kew Gardens is home to mostly eastern European residents and a
majority of people from the United Kingdom. Kew Gardens is prime example of
a suburb with the small town charm. This is an ideal place to raise a family
and be close to the big city.
Kew Gardens Residences &
mostly consist of 1 and 2 family homes, large states with available rental
property on the estate, and some apartment buildings. General rent price in
this area include studio from $900-$1050, one bedroom from $1050-$1350, two bedrooms
from $1500-$2000, and three bedrooms from $1800-$2400.
Kew Gardens Transportation & Commuting
multiple options for transportation to Manhattan from here, the first is of
course the New York City Subway's "E and F" trains stop at Union Turnpike
station. This should take you about 30 minutes to Midtown. There is also the
Long Island Rail Road which stops at Kew Gardens Station and arrives at Penn
Station in about 20 minutes. Lastly there is an express bus which stops on Lefferts Blvd which takes about 40 minutes to get to Herald Square.