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About Elmhurst

A lively urban neighborhood in Queens, Elmhurst offers its residents a wide variety of amenities to enjoy. From the delicious cuisine of its Chinatown to the energetic atmosphere of its Roosevelt Avenue clubs, Elmhurst has no shortage of reasons why locals love living here. Shopping, dining, nightlife, and more are all within easy walking distance, and Manhattan is only a short train ride away.

Quick Facts

Current Prices: $199,888 to $1,598,890

Closed Prices: $190,000 to $1,775,000

Median Sale Price: $450,000

Average $ per sq ft: $563

Association Fee Ranges:

Around Elmhurst

Elmhurst has a wide variety of housing types, including single-family homes, condos, and co-ops. If you’re looking to be close to shopping destinations, be sure to check out properties near the neighborhood’s southern border. If nightlife is a bigger draw for you, then properties along the northern border will better suit your needs.

Elmhurst has a variety of local eateries for residents to enjoy. One of its most significant culinary features is that it is home to its own Chinatown, which is the second-largest Chinatown in Queens. Here you can find a variety of authentic Chinese restaurants as well as other tasty Southeast Asian cuisine.

As you take a walk through the streets of Elmhurst, you’re bound to feel the area’s lively energy all around you. Whether you’re heading to the mall to do some shopping or to the club to dance the night away, Elmhurst has something special to offer you. Regardless of where you’re headed, you’re bound to see some friendly neighbors on your way.

Elmhurst has a thriving nightlife scene, with many of the area's bars and clubs concentrated along its northern border, Roosevelt Avenue. Lounges, dance clubs, karaoke bars, and taverns alike can all be found here. If you’re looking for a fun night out on the town, you’re in the right place.

If you’re looking to get some Sunday shopping done, look no further than Queens Center. Near the neighborhood’s southern border, this large indoor mall has a multitude of different shopping and dining destinations for locals and visitors alike to enjoy. Whether you’re looking for a trendy outfit or quick bite to eat, Queens Center has plenty of options.

Elmhurst has access to stops on the E, M, R, and 7 subway lines. There are also a variety of MTA bus routes throughout the neighborhood. While owning your own vehicle is fairly uncommon, the neighborhood is very walkable, with easy access to daily necessities and amenities within a short distance.

Locals Love

  • Variety of local eateries
  • Great retail and nightlife options
  • Access to public transportation

Locals Don't Love

  • Lack of cultural attractions
  • Difficult street parking
  • Limited greenspace

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