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The borough of Queens borders Manhattan, Brooklyn, and Long Island. Among Queens most popular neighborhoods are those closest to Manhattan: Astoria, Long Island City, and Sunnyside. They offer short commutes to the city and affordable rents. Long Island City, an industrial hub, has transformed in recent years due to zoning changes which have allowed for significant residential development. The end result is that Long Island City now also has several luxury high-rise buildings with magnificent Manhattan views. Despite these new buildings Long Island City remains predominantly industrial in appearance. The neighborhoods in eastern Queens are the furthest from Manhattan with average commutes of one hour or more. These areas are less dense with accessible street parking and abundant single and small multifamily homes. Central Queens' neighborhoods are conveniently located 30 minutes from Manhattan and offer the perfect balance of great housing and reasonable commutes to the city. The most prestigious area of Queens is Forest Hills but other neighborhoods such as Kew Gardens and Rego Park are equally as popular and well rated. Flushing Meadows Corona Park and Forest Park are the 2 largest and most visited parks in Queens.

List of Queens neigborhoods

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