Looking for well priced Corona apartments in Queens? Use our search tool to find your ideal apartment in Corona. The borough of Corona is indeed the melting pot. Everywhere you look you will see, Mexican, Colombian and Indian restaurants. From tacos to empanadas and Indian food every which way, this is the land of one thousand languages. Tons of very well priced Corona apartment rentals, as well as condos, coops for sale and houses abound. Exotic food, great schools and exciting adventures await you in Corona. Due to its diversity, Corona apartments attract immigrants and many businesses have relocated here to serve the Hispanic community. Take the 7 train to Corona Avenue and explore the area, who knows you may fall in love with it and make it your permanent home.
while you browse the inventory of apartments in Corona Queens, you could start by stopping and having a delicious empanada at Rincon Criollo. This is the spot for traditional Cuban dishes, like a super-flavorful ropa vieja shredded beef simmered in tomato sauce with onions and green peppers. To take a breather from your real estate search, swing by the William F Moore Park, to play some Bocce. Queens has more public bocce courts than any other borough, and the one at William F. Moore Park (most locals call it “Spaghetti Park”) is one of the most famous.
In a mood for a museum visit? then come by the Queens Museum, presents work that speaks to the broad diversity of the borough. Perhaps the most famous exhibition is the Panorama of the City of New York, a scale model of the five boroughs that depicts every building built before 1992. Another good museum alternative is the Louis Armstrong House Museum. Among the largest public jazz archives in the world, the museum's collection includes homemade reel-to-reel recordings, photographs, letters and manuscripts, and Armstrong's own instruments
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