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Kew Gardens, a small and charming neighborhood, is located in the heart of New York City borough of Queens. The area features large family style homes and is among the most desired residential communities you can find in New York City’s central vicinities.
Kew Gardens appears to be the intersection for all of Queens’ significant points. Kew Gardens borders Forest Hills to the north, Briarwood to the east as well as the much larger Richmond Hill to the south.
Kew Gardens was developed from the late 1800s to mid-1900s as one of the seven planned garden communities that were set up in Queens. In 1868, Englishman Albon P. Man acquired much of the area and developed the southside neighborhood of Hollis Hill mainly along Jamaica Avenue and left the hilly land to the north undeveloped. Union Turnpike and Queens Boulevard were developed after that.
By the beginning of the 20th century, the area was laid out into a new community and given the name Kew Gardens, after London’s famous botanical gardens. The new development’s architects favored English and neo-Tudor styles which, to this day, predominates many sections of the neighborhood.
Kew Gardens is home to numerous locally owned businesses and restaurants, especially on Kew Gardens Road, Austin Street, Metropolitan Avenue, and Lefferts Boulevard. The neighborhood even has a prestigious five-star hotel. The cost of living in Kew Gardens (as of 2015) is $62,900. While both the courthouse and transportation are very profitable to the area; however, the neighborhood doesn’t profit directly from either but instead serves as a motivation to move to the area.
The Grand Central Parkway, the Long Island Rail Road, the E and the F subway lines as well as the Jackie Robinson (formerly the Interborough) and Van Wyck Parkways all run through Kew Gardens. The neighborhood is located roughly halfway between La Guardia and John F. Kennedy Airports and has even been dubbed the “Crew Gardens” since it hosts a lot of flight attendants and pilots who most times fill the neighborhood bars at night.
Kew Gardens has only one public school P.S. 99, which also has special programs that cater to gifted children. The Queens Public Library also operates two branches near Kew Gardens. Jamaica Hospital and Long Island, Jewish Forest Hills, are the nearest primary hospitals in the area.
Shopping and Downtown
While the area’s tiny downtown that surrounds the train station may disappoint you if you mainly crave for different restaurants, Forest Hills and Queens Boulevard are close enough to curb that. However, Kew Gardens Cinemas, a local independent movie is one of the key locations that make the downtown. Queens Borough Hall is also located in Kew Gardens, on Queens Boulevard.
Forest Park is the backyard of Kew Gardens. The expansive urban park and the third largest in Queens offers its visitors a running track, sports field, hiking and horse riding trails, a city golf course and also summer concerts.
Another green space in Kew Gardens that is quietly open to the public is the Maple Grove Cemetery on Kew Gardens Road opened in 1875. Every day, walkers get drawn to the leafy cemetery, and throughout the year there are events hosted on its grounds by the Friends of Maple Cemetery.
We will remove your junk car from any where in Kew Gardens which is only a few minutes from our headquarters on Crossbay Boulevard.