began as a home to early resident's of Manhattan who
moved east to gain a more suburb feel of living. Today
it continually is a place of affordable rents, for
people who are looking to live just outside the Manhattan.
Elmhurst is a middle working class neighborhood which
has culturally diverse population. Elmhurst is home
to the Queens Center shopping mall which contains
more than 75 stores.
one of the most ethnically diverse neighborhoods
in the city. Some of Elmhurst residents include
immigrants from Eastern Europe, Asia, and South
America. Elmhurst is the home to many languages
and cultures, making it easy to fit in no matter
where you are originally from.
primarily consists of single and multi family homes,
and a few three and four story walk up apartment
buildings. General rent in this area range of studios
from $700-900, one-bedrooms from $800-$1100, two-bedrooms
from $1000-$1300, three bedrooms from $1350-$2200.
is done New York City Subway G, R, & V trains.
These trains can be caught at the following stations,
Woodhaven Boulevard/Queens Mall, and Grand
Avenue/Newtown, and should have you in midtown in