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The antidote to the hustle and bustle of urban life without sacrificing city living is Astoria. Historically, Astoria’s housing combined mansions built for wealthy shipping and lumber tycoons, and quaint cottages and row houses for workers of nearby manufacturing companies. With the change in industry, Astoria now exists as a relaxing residential area still exhibiting the character of old New York while embracing newly constructed developments and providing a thriving shopping, dining and social scene.

Who is the Neighborhood For?

The affordability of housing for couples, families, and single persons in Astoria still beats its more costly Manhattan neighbor. You appreciate a 15-minute commute to midtown Manhattan, and value living on a quiet tree lined street. Or a newer multi dwelling development that offers modern amenities appeals to you. Accessibility to an outdoor active life-style, notable dining experiences, and small-town shops alongside more commercialized retail satisfies your need of having it all.

Things To Do

  • Astoria Park
  • Museums
  • Seasonal Farmer’s Markets
  • Restaurants and Cafes
  • Shopping District
  • Music Venues
  • Artist Studio Spaces

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