Life in Flushing
Today, a thriving Flushing Jewish community lives side by side with neighbors of many ethnic, religious and cultural origins. In recent years, an influx of new residents from Asia has enlivened the cultural life of Flushing immeasurably. All enjoy the exciting new stores and restaurants.
Synagogues & Jewish Schools
Conservative, Orthodox, and Reform; our day schools, after-school Hebrew Schools, Sunday Schools and Yeshivas prepare children to continue Jewish practice, observance and traditions, eruvs in certain areas.
Private two and three-family homes, co-ops, garden and high-rise apartments.
Hospitals, Medical Centers
New York Hospital of Queens, Flushing Hospital.
Lower Real Estate Taxes
More favorable rates than in the suburbs.
Highly Rated Public Schools
School District 25 is ranked among the best in NYC.
Safe, economically stable, clean and attractive.
Queens College, St. John’s University.
Express, City, and L.I. bus lines; major highways; LIRR and subways; LaGuardia and Kennedy airports nearby.
Recreational and Cultural
Gardens, parks, museums, playgrounds, lakes, pools, golf courses, tennis courts, stadiums, community centers, libraries, nature preserves and historical sites.
Malls, mini-malls, and Main Street; low-cost municipal or nearby free parking.