Queens Apartments for Rent

$3,350 25 25 Astoria Boulevard
2BR, 2BA Exclusive
1368 Sq. Ft., Cats Only, Elevator, Laundry Room, Balcony, Parking, Elevator/Laundry Building
1 Minute since update Verified
$1,895 25 23 Astoria Blvd
1BR, 1BA Exclusive
680 Sq. Ft., Cats Only, Walk-Up
3 Minutes since update
$2,800 Long Island City
STUDIO No fee
Pets Allowed, Doorman, Elevator, In-Unit Laundry, Laundry Room, Dishwasher, Garage, Gym, On-site super, Outdoor Space, Parking, Storage Room, Terrace, Luxury Highrise
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$2,475 Long Island City
1.5BR, 1BA No feeConvertible Floorplan
Pets Allowed, Doorman, Elevator, In-Unit Laundry, Laundry Room, Dishwasher, Balcony, Garage, Gym, On-site super, Outdoor Space, Playroom/Nursery, Storage Room, Luxury Highrise
5 Minutes since update
$1,300 Ridgewood
1BR, 1BA
36 Minutes since update
$1,950 Astoria
1BR, 1BA
Cats Only, Laundry Room, Dishwasher, Balcony, New Building
37 Minutes since update
$3,100 Long Island City
1BR, 1BA No Fee
Pets Allowed, Parking, Luxury Highrise
41 Minutes since update
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To quickly sum up what differentiates apartments in Queens from apts in NYC’s other boroughs would be very difficult. But one thing is certain. Queens apts are far less expensive relative to similar sized apartments with similar features in Manhattan and the more popular neighborhoods of Brooklyn. The value, however, changes depending on where you’re renting in Queens. For example, if you’re renting a Long Island City (LIC) Apartment you’ll likely be paying far more than you would pay for an equivalent apartment in apartment in Flushing or an apartment in Astoria.

When you consider how many people live in Queens, 2.3 million, you have to realize that it’s as big as Houston, which is America’s 4th biggest city. So if you’re looking for a small town feel – look elsewhere.

When finding your dream Queens apartment, you should first determine what neighborhoods in Queens you’d like to live in. Besides the three previously mentioned, there’s also Maspeth, Howard Beach, Jackson Heights and many more. Our search tool allows you to select as many or as few neighborhoods as you’d like. Just select from the list, choose your max rent, and you can compare the most recent listings.

What’s there to do in Queens? For art connoisseurs, you’ll have to check out the various attractions in Flushing Meadows Corona Park. Within that park, you’ll find most of the name brand attractions. You’ll find the Queens Museum of Art (QMA). Next to that is the Unisphere – an iconic metal globe that you’ve undoubtedly seen in many movies. Besides taking in the globe, you can hang-out, roller-blade, run, skate, BBQ some burgers, etc. For the sports enthusiasts, you may be able to wake up, roll out of your apartment and walk to the US Open tennis tournament which takes place at the USTA National Tennis center, also within the Flushing Meadows Corona Park. Or sport your Mets hat and watch them play at Citi Field. And if you’re into concerts tours, City Field is a common stopping ground for some of the biggest names in music. If you like beer gardens, Queens may just have one of the best in NYC. The Bohemian Hall and Beer Garden is a fun spot to take your friends and family especially on a beautiful summer day. And if your Queens apartment doesn’t have air conditioning, stop by the beloved Lemon Ice King of Corona at 108th and Corona.

To check out apartments in Queens in some of its other major neighborhoods, check out the following list:


Hunters Point
Ridgewood Apartments
Forest Hills
Jackson Heights