Looking for a place to stay in Queens, NY? A 2 br. coop, Donner Gardens, Jackson Heights, recently became available and may fit your taste in this 2 br. coop in historic Jackson Heights. The interior is filled with lots of old world charm and with its excellent layout, you will find plenty of storage in this spacous unit. This spacious coop is truly one of the best hideaways found in Jackson Heights.
This location in the heart of historic Jackson Heights has one of the easiest access to transportation. The residential community of Jackson Heights, is within the bounds of Astoria Boulevard to the north, Junction Boulevard to the east, Roosevelt Avenue to the south and Brooklyn-Queens Expressway to the west. You can reach Manhattan within fifteen minutes via the express E train on 53rd Street and Lexington Avenue or 20-30 minutes on 63rd Street and Lexington via the F train.
Most of its neighboring residences in Jackson Heights are apartments in multi-unit buildings, coops, rentals, and a few condominiums, between 5- 6 stories high This is the perfect place to stay for people who work in the corporate world, as well as to those who are always on the go.
"The great borough of Queens is known for its polyglot ethnic neighborhoods. Often it seems that every immigrant group in Queens has at least one representative on every block."
Just a few block away, you can find a wide mix of retailers, including many grocery stores at 37th Avenue from 72nd Street to Junction Boulevard, The biggest spots within the are found at 82nd, 73rd and 74th Streets on the blocks between 37th and Roosevelt Avenues. Stores and restaurants are found within the area of 74th street tend to cater to the large South Asian population in the neighborhood, with sari and jewelry stores, Indian and Bengali music and movie retailers and many restaurants.
33-35 81 st. is in the most accessible place within Jackson Heights. Everything you need is just right around the corner. The coop is just a 3 minute walk away from the local center of recreation, workout and play; The travers Park. St Mark's Episcopal Church is on 34th Avenue between 81st and 82nd Streets; just a minute of walk away from the location. The site is also very accessible to local schools as well as the nearest library, The Queens Library which is located on 81st Street and 37th Avenue.
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