Apartments for Rent in Queens Shine As The Value Borough

Whenever we feature a group of apartments for rent in Queens, our boards light up. The reason is simple. No other borough has as many residential neighborhoods with reasonable rents and a generally high quality of life.

Queens is full of parks and has generally good mass transit options. At the farther reaches of Queens , in Whitestone,  Bayside and Douglaston, the feeling is one of suburbia. Glen Oaks even has a working farm! Meanwhile, Flushing, Murray Hill, Auburndale and Linden Hill have become centers of Asian life and culture in NYC. Forest Hills has a unique character and charm all its own, with its classical architecture and feeling of gardens. Closer to Manhattan, the changes happening in Astoria, Long Island City, and Hunter’s Point are remaking the area as the newest extension of Manhattan luxury high rise living – at a more affordable price.

Let’s take a look at 3 standout two bedroom apartments in doorman buildings in Queens:


Forest Hills apartments for rent

Greenway Terrace, Forest Hills –  $2,895

Two Bedrooms


No Fee. Save $2,895 in Broker’s Fees.

Ask for unit: 473097

– Walk to the Forest Hills LIRR Station

– About 4 blocks to the E, F, R, & V Trains on Queens

– Forest Hills Library just off of Queens Blvd. and 71st Street

– Close to Several Local Supermarkets

Most of Forest Hills is private homes and co-ops, so this rental building is a rare treat.


Pets OK on a case by case basis

– Elevator

– Doorman

– Live-in Super

– Elegant Lobby

– Newly Renovated Building

– Window A/C units

– Thermopane Windows

– Hardwood Floor

– Hi-Speed Internet

– Laundry in the Building

– Steps from Parking

– Near Subway(s)

– Near Long Island RR

– Heat+Hot Water Included

– Refinished Wood Floor

– Crown Mouldings

– New Kitchen Cabinets

– Premium Quality Kitchen Cabinets

– New Appliances

– Stainless Steel Appliances

– Dishwasher

– Microwave

– Granite Kitchen

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– Pets OK on a case by case basis

– Elevator

– Doorman

– Full Services plus Concierge

– Floor-to-Ceiling Windows

– WiFi in Common Areas

– Common Courtyard/Garden (OS)

– Roof Deck/Sun Deck (OS)

– Health/Fitness Club

– Bike Room

– Recreation Room

– Billards Table/Billiards Room

– Tenant Lounge

– Laundry on each Floor

– Garage/Parking on Premises

– Valet Service

– Near Subway(s)

– Heat+Hot Water+Gas Included

– Granite Kitchen

– Marble Bath

– Cable/Internet is Included in Rent

– The Rec Room features a billard table and a plasma TV

apartments for rent in new york

Long Island City $4,080.

Two Bedrooms, New Construction

No Fee Rentals. Save $4,080 in Broker’s Fees.

Ask for unit: 474551

** 2 Cats OK. Dogs Under 30 lbs (13 kilos) OK **

The waterfront park is positively the best place in the city to watch Macy’s annual 4th of July firework show.

– The 7 Train (Vernon Blvd/Jackson Ave) is 3 blocks away

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apartments for rent in queens ny

Rego Park $2,250.

Beautiful Classic two Bedrooms

No Fee Apartments. Save $2,250 in Broker’s Fees.

Ask for unit: 469463

– Pets OK on a case by case basis

– Elevator

– Doorman

– Live-in Super

– Hardwood Floor

– Storage Room

– Laundry in the Building

– Garage/Parking on Premises

– Near Subway(s)

– Granite Kitchen

– Every Unit Has a Terrace

– 5 Blocks to Subway Station for the E,G,R,V Trains

– Convenient to the Long Island Expressway

– 4 Blocks to Rego Park Mall

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Written by Lorenzo

Lorenzo has been hanging around the RDNY.com office for the past 20 years, and, in the process, has become the president of RDNY.com, Rent-Direct.com, and Acmelistings.com. His mission is to build RDNY.com into New York's largest no fee apartment rental service. Before RDNY.com, Lorenzo was a Regional Sales Manager for Time Equities, Inc., one of New York's largest converters of rental buildings to coops and condos. Lorenzo was once a part owner of Swift & Watson Real Estate in NYC's Greenwich Village.

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