Though it’s large enough to be a city in its own right, Queens has a bit more of a suburban feel to it, with
neighborhood names being used in a property’s official address. There are areas whose names suggest
a touch of whimsy, like Floral Park or Sunnyside, but right next to Sunnyside is Long Island City, with a
significant amount of commerce, and prices for homes and condos that reflect its proximity to
Manhattan. Within the borders of Queens lie neighborhoods with a range of housing and lifestyles that
includes high rise buildings and quaint homes surrounded by gardens, sometimes, within the same
neighborhood, like Forest Hills. Queens is also home to significant open areas like Flushing Meadows
Corona Park, the site of the iconic globe erected for the 1964 World’s Fair and other remnants of that
grand event. Whether you are buying or selling, you’ll want to work with Sharon Frank to be sure that
your real estate transaction is maximized for your benefit.
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