Rego Park

Queens, New York Homes for Sale

About Rego Park

Rego Park is a densely packed but still family-friendly urban neighborhood in Queens. The neighborhood serves as a major commercial center for the area, with a large four-floor shopping center that has a variety of retail stores and restaurants. The neighborhood also had great transportation options, with easy access to three MTA subway lines.

Quick Facts

Current Prices: $178,000 to $1,458,000

Closed Prices: $135,000 to $1,775,000

Median Sale Price: $384,000

Average $ per sq ft: $522

Association Fee Ranges:

Around Rego Park

Rego Park features a number of high-rise apartment buildings as well as detached houses. For proximity to shopping and the subway, check out properties in the northern section of the neighborhood. To be a bit more removed from the noise and traffic, narrow your search to south of Alderton Street.

Rego Park offers a variety of eateries, both within its shopping center and outside of it. The vast majority of the area’s eateries can be found along Queens Boulevard, close to the shopping center. From diners to BBQ joints to bagel shops, Rego Park has a variety of options.

Walking through the streets of Rego Park offers a close-knit vibe within an urban community. Residents and non-residents alike go about their daily routines, shopping and dining as they wish, taking advantage of the area’s multitude of shops and restaurants. Head a little farther south and the streets become more residential, but never lose their friendly charm.

While Rego Park may have limited nightlife options, it's easy access to Manhattan thanks to three subway lines makes a night out on the town a breeze. Simply hop on the train and you’ll be in the heart of Manhattan with the city’s best nightlife at your fingertips in no time.

Rego Park is home to one of the main shopping centers in Queens—the large four-floor Rego Center. You can spend your Sundays shopping at this popular spot. Whether you’re looking for clothing, furniture, home decor, or more, Rego Center is sure to keep you busy all day long.

The 63rd Drive - Rego Park MTA station offers Rego Park access to the E, M and R trains. This makes commutes into Manhattan easy and quick. One of the few drawbacks to the neighborhood is the lack of parking, however, this is balanced out by the lack of need for a personal vehicle.

Locals Love

  • Access to public transportation
  • Family-friendly environment
  • Great retail options

Locals Don't Love

  • Limited nightlife options
  • High cost of living
  • Difficult street parking

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