<7> trains meets E F M R trains, and numerous bus routes at the Roosevelt Avenue/74th Street transportation hub services and six bus lines Q32, Q33, Q45, Q47, Q49 and Q53. The Q33 bus goes to LaGuardia Airport's main terminals and operates 24 hours a day. The Q47 bus goes to the Marine Air Terminal. The Q53 bus goes to Rockaway Beach, Queens.
Most of the original neighborhood is a National Register Historic District and a New York State Historic Register District. About half has been designated as a New York City Historic District by the New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission. The community was initially planned as a place for middle- to upper-middle income workers from Manhattan to raise their families.
Jackson Heights is believed to be the first garden city community built in the United States, as part of the international garden city movement at the turn of the last century. There are many private parks (historically called "gardens" by the residents) within walking distance of each other. They are tucked in the mid-blocks, mostly hidden from view by the buildings surrounding them
Many residents commute to nearby Manhattan, ten to fifteen minutes to 53rd Street and Lexington Avenue via the express E train or 63rd Street and Lexington via the F train. It takes about 20 to 30 minutes via the 7 train.
Jackson Heights is among the most diverse neighborhoods in New York City, and the nation. There is a year-round greenmarket every Sunday morning at Travers Park, as well as various family-oriented spring and summer concerts.
Plaza 75 is conveniently located in nearby mess transportation hub. This is newest development in Jackson Heights area where is mostly aged co-ops, single homes, condos. Gracious floor plan is concerned for busy commuters who work in Manhattan or surrounding neighbor with family. Local retail stores and groceries are nearby. Many ethnic restaurants and groceries are priced very generously. Gracious room size. Spacious closet space with organizer, Granite counter top, Stainless steel appliances. Large monitor for security, Many units with balcony, Garage(currently with monthly fee). For luxury features, prices are still moderate compare to neighbor Long Island City. According to New York City’s plan for Queen Redevelopment, this development can be just beginning of new era in Jackson Heights. Recently some units have a quite big price reduction. Take benefit of early stage of development! FHA approved, 15 years 421A Tax Abatement.
. 421 Tax Abatement
. On –site Laundry
. Parking Available
. Roof Deck
. Granite Counter top
. Stainless Steel Appliances
. Prewired for Cable, Satellite and Fios
. 30 Camera Security System
. Video intercom
. Electronic Access Entry System
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