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About Astoria

A lively neighborhood along the East River in Queens, Astoria has a wide variety of amenities for its residents to enjoy. Shopping, dining, museums, parks, and more can all be found within walking distance. All of this paired with a short commute into Manhattan as well as beautiful views of the river and city skyline make Astoria an ideal spot for city lovers looking to spread out beyond Manhattan.

Quick Facts

Current Prices: $348,888 to $3,498,000

Closed Prices: $200,000 to $3,450,000

Median Sale Price: $660,000

Average $ per sq ft: $872

Association Fee Ranges:

Around Astoria

Astoria offers a variety of housing options, from single-family homes to condos and co-ops. If you’ve always dreamed of a city skyline outside your window, look no further. One of the neighborhood’s greatest features is its ability to offer beautiful views of the East River and Manhattan on the other side.

Astoria has a wide variety of eateries to choose from offering seafood, pizza, pasta, and more. While you’ll find no shortage of delicious options from all cultures, the area is particularly well-known for its authentic Greek cuisine. Many of the area’s eateries are concentrated along Steinway Street and Broadway.

When walking through the streets of Astoria, be sure to take in the lively energy of the community that surrounds you. Whether you’re looking to grab a bite to eat at a local restaurant, do some shopping, or spend the day taking in museum exhibits, Astoria is sure to have something interesting to do.

If you’re looking for a fun night out, you won’t want to miss out on Bohemian Hall. Founded in 1910, it’s said to be the city’s oldest beer garden, with both indoor and outdoor bars as well as delicious traditional Czech cuisine. The neighborhood also has a vibrant social scene with a variety of bars and clubs on 30th and 31st avenues as well as Broadway, for a night on the town.

If you’re looking for a fun Sunday activity, check out the Museum of the Moving Image. Here you will find exhibits filled with artifacts from iconic moments in film and television history. If you’re looking to stay active, be sure to check out Astoria Park for a walk, jog, or bike ride while enjoying a waterfront view.

Astoria has access to stops on the N, W, M, and R subway lines. Additionally, there are a variety of MTA bus lines throughout the neighborhood. With the neighborhood densely packed, parking can be difficult so owning a car is fairly rare. However, the neighborhood is incredibly walkable with daily errands easily completed within a short walking distance.

Locals Love

  • Plenty of shopping options
  • Access to public transportation
  • Easy commute to Manhattan

Locals Don't Love

  • Few public parks
  • Difficult street parking
  • High cost of living

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