32-73 48TH ST in Astoria

Astoria

Families Great food LGBT-popular On the rise

Astoria, Queens is probably best known as the ethnic food mecca of New York City, but eating is only the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the cultural richness of this vibrant neighborhood. Few neighborhoods garner as much pride from their residents as Astoria.

Stroll down almost any east-west avenue in the community and you’ll find a thriving family owned restaurant from every country imaginable.

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Building Mix

  • 19% New Building
  • 15% Walk-Up
  • 14% Pre War
  • 10% Private House
  • 9% Elevator/Laundry Building
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Descriptions of 32 73 48th St

One minute walk to 46th Street subway on NMR lines and be in midtown in 10 mins. Douglas Hartt (Jul 2013)
Less than 5 min from R 46th Street station. Greg Harden (May 2013)

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Nearby Subway Stations

  • R E M 46 St (0.16 mi)
  • R E M Steinway St (0.5 mi)
  • E R F M Northern Blvd (0.56 mi)

building details

Floors: 3
Units: 6
Floor area: 5550
Year built: 1928

Nearby Schools

  • William Cullen Bryant High School
  • High school
  • 48-10 31 AVENUE
  • P.S. 151 Mary D. Carter
  • Elementary
  • 50-05 31 AVENUE
  • I.S. 010 Horace Greeley
  • Junior High-Intermediate-Middle
  • 45-11 31ST AVE
  • P.S. 070 Queens
  • Elementary
  • 30-45 42 STREET
  • Frank Sinatra School Of The Arts High School
  • High school
  • 35-12 35TH AVENUE
  • P.S. 011 Kathryn Phelan
  • Elementary
  • 54-25 SKILLMAN AVENUE
  • P.S. 166 Henry Gradstein
  • Elementary
  • 33-09 35 AVENUE
  • Baccalaureate School For Global Education
  • Secondary School
  • 34-12 36 AVENUE
  • P.S. 152 Gwendolyn Alleyne
  • Elementary
  • 33-52 62 STREET
  • P.S. 150 Queens
  • Elementary
  • 40-01 43 AVENUE
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