Woodside Apartments

Woodside Neighborhood

Living in Woodside apartments offers residents an urban feel and most residents rent their homes. In Woodside there are a lot of bars, restaurants, coffee shops, and parks.

Woodside apartments are less expensive than Long Island homes and just as close to the city. Woodside was a mostly Irish neighborhood, but now you can walk down Roosevelt Avenue and hear at least 8 different languages being spoken. Some Woodside apartments are very close to the train and obviously more expensive due to the proximity to transportation. Often times the best Woodside apartments are being held by the local brokers. Make sure to visit the open houses on Sundays for the many apartments in Woodside.   You can either catch the R or 7 train and you will arrive in Woodside in no time.

Things To do In Woodside

Great rent stabilized bargains, condominiums and some of the best well priced NYC coops that you will find in New York. Proximity to the city makes this area very appealing to a lot of people.  Also great Thai food and amazing food from the Philippines can be found in Woodside.  Come take a look at this area and enjoy some of the best Asian fusion cuisine.

The community of Woodside, Queens, offers one-, two- and three-family homes; large complexes and buildings with co-op Woodside apartments; and newer condominium buildings. The neighborhood is beginning to draw those priced out of Long Island City and Astoria

Saint Sebastian Church - This church once was the home of the Lowes theaters believe it or not. In the 1950s, the theater was sold to the to the St. Sebastian Roman Catholic parish, which outgrew its original chapel. Slowly but surely, the entrance and lobby of the theater were demolished, replaced with a Romanesque bell tower.

Moore - Jackson Cemetery --Discreetly hidden at at 31-30 to 31-36 54th Street, this cemetery is one of New York City’s oldest and smallest, with just 15 remaining headstones. Some of the surnames on the headstones include Moore, Jackson, Fish, Rapelye, Hallet, Mecke, and Berrian. The tombstone must well preserved is that of Augustine Moore.

Tower Square shopping center -- the shopping center was actually a 19th century trolley terminal! You can still see evidence of this former transportation hub from the inscription remaining on its façade.

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Best Food in Woodside

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Local Transportation

65th street Subway station

69th street Fisk Avenue Station