Astoria Long Island City Apartments

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Evelyn Troy

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Robert  Argentin

Robert Argentin - Real Estate Agent

ARDOR RE

#1 in Queens Village , #1 in Lincoln Park , #4 in Woodside , #8 in Astoria Long Island City , #9 in Yorkville

Jamie Warndahl

Jamie Warndahl - Real Estate Agent

Rapid Realty

#2 in Astoria Long Island City , #4 in Pratt Institute Main , #6 in Carroll Gardens , #7 in Fort Green , #7 in Cobble Hill

Christopher Balazs

Christopher Balazs - Real Estate Agent

Anchor Associates

#1 in Forest Hills , #3 in Astoria Long Island City , #5 in Little Italy , #7 in Carroll Gardens , #8 in Long Island City, NY

 
 

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Public Transportation

Public Transportation

Evelyn Troy - Real Estate Agent

Astoria and Long Island City are both served by New York City Subway’s elevated and underground lines. Some lines serve both neighborhoods, such as NQ trains on the BMT Astoria Line (elevated) and IND Queens Boulevard Line (underground), on E, M, and R trains. The F train on that line serves Long Island City but not Astoria, as does the IRT Flushing Line and the underground 63rd Street and Crosstown Lines’ IND trains. Stations in Astoria are the Steinway Street and 46th Street Stations, and Long Island City is home to Hunterspoint Avenue and Long Island City Stations. New York Waterways also operates a commuter ferry out of Long Island City at East River Wharf. The MTA Regional Bus Service serves Astoria on lines Q18, 19, and Long Island City on routes Q66, 67, and 69. There is also extensive cab service in these neighborhoods.

 
 
Recreation

Recreation

Evelyn Troy - Real Estate Agent

Astoria and Long Island City are both combinations of modern eclectic and historic New York energies. The Greater Astoria Historical Society provides great area history and newcomer/tourist information. Other museums in the area are Kaufman Astoria Studios Museum of Moving Image, Museum of Modern Art PS1, named after the ex-public school building it is located in, Fisher Landau Center for Art, Isamu Noguchi Museum, The Sculpture Center, and Socrates Sculpture Park across the street. There are many other smaller, private galleries throughout the area. There is plenty to do outdoors as well; most roadways have adapted bicycle lanes, including those over bridges and scenic routes. Astoria Park is home to a 300-foot public pool for summer fun, while City Ice Pavillion offers 33,000 square feet of ice on a downtown rooftop. There are also performing arts theaters and bars, yoga, dance, and martial arts studios, and more.

 
 

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Picture Bedrooms Rent Address Updated
thumbnail 0 - 2 Bed $2,350 - $3,350 11-15 Broadway, Queens, NY October 30th
thumbnail 1 Bed $1,795 25-23 Astoria Boulevard, Queens, NY October 28th
thumbnail 1 Bed $1,800 32-76 33Rd Street, Queens, NY October 28th
thumbnail 3 Bed $3,200 28-20 41St Street, Queens, NY October 28th
thumbnail 2 Bed $2,300 25 -51 44Th Street, Queens, NY October 28th
thumbnail 2 Bed $2,400 21-05 33Rd Street, Queens, NY October 28th
thumbnail 2 Bed $2,950 31-10 23Rd Street, Queens, NY October 28th
thumbnail 1 Bed $1,750 34 Street 30 Avenue, Queens, NY October 28th
thumbnail 2 Bed $2,350 29-10 Astoria Boulevard, Queens, NY October 28th
thumbnail 2 Bed $2,200 41-18 29Th Street, Queens, NY October 28th
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Name Bedrooms Price Range
One - Two $2,450 - $3,485
Studio - Two $2,000 - $3,550
One $2,975
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