Sunnyside Gardens, Sunnyside and Woodside offer a small town vibe within close proximity of Manhattan. Connected by the #7 subway line, each neighborhood has ample amenities such as restaurants, shopping, green space, markets and excellent public schools. Sunnyside is considered one of the City's most livable neighborhoods, it's both vibrant and diverse. Astoria offers some of the best dining options in the metropolitan area and is equally well connected to Manhattan by the N / W subway lines. Long Island City has changed dramatically in the last 15 years and is now a hive of modern living. The jewel in LIC's crown is Gantry State Park and Hunter's Point South Park where one can catch a ferry to Manhattan or sit and take in one of the best views of Manhattan and Roosevelt Island.
Sunnyside is on both sides of Queens Boulevard and offers a wide range of amenities. What used to be small farms and marshland is now one of the City’s most livable neighborhoods 15 minuets from Midtown. Sunnyside is mostly comprised of gracious Pre-War apartment buildings such as The Cambridge, The Oxford, Packard Towers and Celtic Park. All of which were built in the 1920s and 1930s and offer some exceptional examples of Art Deco architecture. Lou Lodati Park on 43rd Street and Skillman Avenue has a year round Farmer’s Market, playground and dog park. Nearer to the Sunnyside Library on 43rd Street on Greenpoint Avenue is L/ CPL Thomas P. Noonan Jr. Playground otherwise known as “Rainbow Park” for its summer sprinklers.