Jackson Heights

Queens, New York Homes for Sale

About Jackson Heights

A bustling neighborhood in Queens, Jackson Heights is bursting with lively energy. From food carts and farmers markets to bars and nightclubs, day or night, there’s never a lack of activities. A diverse community filled with a variety of restaurants and shops, the neighborhood also offers a short commute into Manhattan in addition to plenty of attractions in your own backyard.

Quick Facts

Current Prices: $184,500 to $1,800,000

Closed Prices: $140,000 to $1,862,500

Median Sale Price: $428,000

Average $ per sq ft: $486

Association Fee Ranges:

Around Jackson Heights

Row houses and co-ops are particularly popular throughout Jackson Heights. The neighborhood is also home to the Jackson Heights Historic District, which features a number of Colonial Revival and neo-Tudor style buildings centered around private communal gardens, a signature feature of the neighborhood’s original plans. The historic district also includes over 200 of the neighborhood’s original buildings from its development in the early 1900s.

If you’re looking for an authentic and multicultural dining experience on the go, be sure to check out the neighborhood’s famous street food carts along Roosevelt Avenue. The neighborhood is also home to a subsection known as Little India, filled with delicious authentic Indian restaurants and shops. With so many different cultures thriving in Jackson Heights, there is always a wide variety of foods to enjoy.

When taking a stroll through Jackson Heights, you will be met with a melting pot of many different cultures and backgrounds all offering you the opportunity to see, taste, smell, and hear bits of their unique traditions. Restaurants, food carts, and local shops invite you to join your neighbors and experience the community’s warm hospitality.

If you’re looking for a night out on the town, there are a multitude of bars and clubs in Jackson Heights, mainly concentrated along Roosevelt Avenue and Northern Boulevard. If you’re looking for more family-friendly fun, stop by Bowlero for some bowling fun. The bowling alley also has an arcade and a sports bar, so all ages can enjoy a night out.

If you’re a fan of fresh produce and buying local, then you can’t go wrong with the Jackson Heights Greenmarket. Open every Sunday, this farmers market is bursting with fresh and colorful fruits, veggies, herbs, spices, and artisan products. When you’re all done shopping, take a stroll through nearby Travers Park. You’ll probably want to stop on a park bench to enjoy a bite of whatever fresh market goodies you’ve grabbed earlier that day.

Jackson Heights is very walkable and bikeable, so getting errands done is a breeze. Running along the neighborhood’s southern border are four MTA subway stations, giving the neighborhood easy access to the rest of NYC. The Jackson Heights-Roosevelt Avenue station offers access to the E, F, M, R, and 7 trains, while the 82 Street-Jackson Heights station, the 90 Street-Elmhurst Avenue station, and the Junction Boulevard station are all exclusive to the 7 train.

Locals Love

  • Reliable public transportation
  • Great nightlife options
  • Diverse restaurants and street food

Locals Don't Love

  • Difficult street parking
  • Noise along Northern Boulevard and Roosevelt Avenue
  • Minimal greenspace

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