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Kew Gardens Condos and Coops for Sale or Rent

With a population of about 25,000, Kew Gardens is a quiet, upper middle class residential area in the New York City borough of Queens that features parks and open space amidst a mixture of single-family homes and high-rise apartment buildings. Most apartments in this neighborhood are located in buildings that have four to 10 stories. Although there are no New York Housing Authority complexes in Kew Gardens, one 32-story Mitchell-Lama building that provides apartment housing subsidies for middle-income residents.

Kew Gardens apartments are available in studio through two-bedroom units, usually with one or 1.5 bathrooms. Rents are approximately $1,100 to $2,300 per month. Although the area is densely populated, Kew Gardens, developed in the early 20th century as one of several planned garden communities constructed in Queens, is named after the Kew Gardens botanical park outside of London.. Residents living in Kew Gardens apartments can take advantage of the neighborhood's many tree-lined streets along with 538-acre Forest Park, Queens' third largest public park. Forest Park offers a number of walking, hiking, biking and horse riding trails for area residents. The park also features a number of sports fields, a public golf course and summer concerts.

Residents can easily reach Kew Gardens apartments via the Van Wyck Expressway and Jackie Robinson Parkway. New York City subway lines E and F can take residents to midtown Manhattan in about 30 minutes, while the LIRR station provides a more expensive 20-minute commute to Penn Station. The neighborhood is also popular with airline employees. Because of a number of teardowns and construction of new buildings in Kew Gardens over the last decade, the neighborhood has become ethnically diverse.Many immigrants have settled in the area from countries like China, Japana, Korea, Isrea, Russia, India, Pakistand and several countries in Latin America.

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