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Kew Gardens

Kew Gardens is a small, charming neighborhood of curving streets in the center of Queens. It is similar in many ways to larger and more expensive Forest Hills. It’s diverse and middle class. There are many garden apartment buildings and co-ops, some single- and multi-family houses, and a Long Island Railroad station.

The neighborhood is densely populated, yet green and airy, with tree-lined streets and access to adjoining Forest Park. Kew Garden’s tiny downtown around the trains station can disappoint if you crave many types of restaurants, but Queens Boulevard and Forest Hills are close enough. What makes the downtown is the local independent movie theater Kew Gardens Cinemas.
Queens Borough Hall is also in Kew Gardens, on Queens Boulevard.
Forest Park is Kew Garden’s backyard.

Kew Gardens remains a densely populated residential community, but Kew Gardens is increasingly becoming an upper-class residential area, with a mix of one-family homes above the million-dollar range, complex apartments, co-ops and others converted and on the way or being converted as condominiums.

Along the borders of Richmond Hill, Briarwood, and Jamaica, smaller attached houses exist. Many of these are two or three family homes. Expensive single family homes are located around the Forest Park area.
Due to constant development, however, many owners are selling out their detached homes to developers who teardown and convert them into apartment housing. This has brought demographic change.

Your home is your most valuable asset. When you decide to sell it, you would want the absolute best Real Estate Agent to handle the sale, advise you, and help you make the right decision. That’s where Yael Shanee comes in! I will explain the selling process step-by-step and develop a comprehensive marketing plan. Then, I will help you stage and prepare your home for sale, to add value. You will have peace of mind knowing that you’re getting the best advice from an experienced, dedicated, and reliable realtor.

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