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We buy junk cars and pay cash on the spot. Sell your car to us, for we will pay you the amount of money you were offered over the phone, guaranteed. We can also take vehicles as donations and provide you with a tax write off.

The process is simple. Give us a call. One of our representatives will tell you how much we can pay you for your vehicle. We schedule a time to pick up your vehicle within a little as an hour’s time. The driver will call you once he is on his way. Upon arrival, you will be paid cash on the spot, and the car will be removed from your location and worry list forever.

Forest Hills is a mainly residential neighborhood located in New York City’s Queens borough. With a few high-rises here and there, Forest Hills’ skyline is low, and the houses are detached. The commercial streets are moderate and the community, which is mainly populated by European Jews, is mostly family-oriented.

Forest Hills is bordered mainly by Kew Gardens, Middle Village, Rego Park, Flushing Meadows-Corona Park, and the Grand Central Parkway. The neighborhood also has several subsections, but Forest Hills Gardens is the most remarkable of them all. Forest Hills Gardens is a private development built in the early 1900s, with Tudor, colonial homes, pocket packs, and old-fashioned lampposts.


Originally, Forest Hills was a 600-acre plot of land known as Whitepot settled around 1652. Back then it was owned by George Backus, Frederick Backus and Horation N. In 1906, the property was purchased by the Cord Meyer Development Company. They renamed it to Forest Hills due to its close location to Forest Park. Architects William Patterson and Roger Tappan were hired to build up the neighborhood.

Forest Hills also has a great history and tradition of tennis. The Forest Hills Stadium used to host the US Open from 1915 until 1978 and Clubs like the West Side Tennis Club offers its members pristine grass courts.

The Long Island Railroad made Forest Hills a scheduled stop back in 1909. This facilitated travel from Queens to Manhattan. Although it is more expensive to ride than the subway, it is practically a guaranteed 15-minute ride to Penn Station.

The Metropolitan Transportation Authority opened the Forest Hills-71 Avenue station on the last day of 1936. This station connects to the E, F, M and R trains.

Motorists also use the onramps to the Grand Central Parkway, the Van Wyck Expressway as well as the Long Island Expressway not further off than a mile of the neighborhood’s center.


A lot of home buyers in Forest Hills are usually attracted by its excellent location, reasonable housing prices, shopping as well as proximity to parks. Austin Street, which acts as the center of Forest Hills, is a busy and modern street with café, restaurants, shops and other stores. It gets visitors even from nearing neighborhoods due to its charm.

Other exciting things to see in Forest Hills include the Forest Hills Gardens which has two erected monuments that are tributes to war victims, including World War I and the “Great War.”


The main shopping drag in Forest Street is Austin Street. It has plenty of small shops and boutiques. There are also chain stores along the strip from Ascan Avenue to 69th place. Metropolitan Avenue is also known for its antique shops, and one can also shop on Queens Boulevard.

Crime and Safety

Forest Hills is known for its consistently low crime rates, which makes it one of the safest neighborhoods in Queens. However, just like anywhere else, always keep your wits about you and avoid walking alone in Forest Park or any other isolated areas, especially at night.

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