About Ozone Park
Current Prices: $240,000 to $1,400,000
Closed Prices: $285,000 to $950,000
Median Sale Price: $640,000
Average $ per sq ft: $459
Association Fee Ranges:
Around Ozone Park
Ozone Park has a very suburban feel with most residences being single-family homes rather than condos or co-ops. Unlike many neighborhoods in the city, high-rise apartment buildings are noticeably absent. If you’re looking to be as close as possible to the airport, you’ll want to check out properties in the southeast section of the neighborhood.
Ozone Park has a wide variety of dining destinations to choose from. Here you’ll find a multitude of cuisines, including Mexican, Italian, Chinese, Caribbean, and more. Whether you’re craving tacos, pizza, or egg rolls, Ozone Park has something delicious for you to enjoy and sure to satisfy any cravings.
As you walk through the neighborhood’s quiet residential streets, be sure to say hello to friendly neighbors along the way. Whether you’re running errands, grabbing a bite to eat, or getting ready for a night out, you’re bound to see a friendly face. Don’t forget to stop by the local family-run businesses before you head home.
Feeling lucky? Then head out for a night at the casino at Resorts World Casino New York City. Here you’ll find a variety of gaming and dining options. There are also a variety of bars and lounges in the area like on Rockaway Avenue and Liberty Avenue, perfect for a night out on the town.
Due to its residential nature, there are limited options for entertainment and recreation directly within the neighborhood. However, the bordering neighborhood of Woodhaven is home to the Forest Park Golf Course, giving residents the opportunity to hit the links only a short distance away. If you prefer heading out for a hike, be sure to hit up the Forest Park trails instead.
Ozone Park has access to stops on the A subway line, as well as a variety of MTA bus lines. The neighborhood is also very walkable, with stores, supermarkets, banks, and restaurants all within a short distance. Because the neighborhood is fairly suburban, many residents also choose to have their own vehicles.
- Walkable area
- Suburban atmosphere
- Family-friendly environment
Locals Don't Love
- Few retail options
- Limited greenspace
- Difficult street parking
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