Middle Village Apartments

Queens

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$2,200 7924 67 Ave.
2BR, 2BA
1300 Sq. Ft., Balcony, Gym, Parking
4 Days since update
$1,800 Middle Village
2BR, 1BA Low fee: 8.35%
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$1,500 Middle Village
1.5BR, 1BA Low fee: 8.35%
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$2,200 Middle Village
2BR, 1BA
12 Days since update
$2,500 Middle Village
3BR, 1BA
17 Days since update
$1,700 Middle Village
1BR, 1BA
2 Days since update
$2,880 Middle Village
3BR, 1.5BA
1200 Sq. Ft., Small Dogs & Cats, Laundry Room, Storage Room
25 Days since update

Local Subway Stops

  • M Middle Village - Metropolitan Av
  • E R F M Woodhaven Blvd
  • E R F M Grand Av - Newtown
  • E R F M 63 Dr - Rego Park
  • M Fresh Pond Rd

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Middle Village Statistics

$1,700
1BR Median Rent
  • 54% Private House
  • 27% Walk-Up
  • 5% Townhouse
  • 5% Other
  • 3% Pre War
Building types
111
popularity rank 2014 rank: 102

Middle Village is:

Good transportation Quiet Near park

Middle Village specialists

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Euclides Lugo
Capri Jet Realty

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M. De Los Santos
IM READY REALTY

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Aaron Hillel
Hillel Realty Group

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Neighborhood Description

Aptly-named Middle Village is a middle class neighborhood in central Queens that borders Elmhurst, Maspeth, Ridgewood, Glendale, and Rego Park.

Part of Middle Village was known as “South Elmhurst,” which has since been incorporated into the area code.

The neighborhood is known as a convenient housing area with a large selection of single family homes and smaller apartments. Like much of western and central Queens, Middle Village is regularly undergoing development and the addition of new housing.

Middle Village was once a waypoint on Metropolitan Ave between the towns of Williamsburg, Brooklyn (yes, they were once separate), and Jamaica. Before the Civil War broke out, Middle Village was largely English farmland. After the war it saw an influx of German immigrants. Like several other central and western Queens neighborhoods (which all began as waypoints on rail lines or thoroughfares), Middle Village had rather humble beginnings. Hotels sprung up to accommodate visitors to St. Johns Roman Catholic Cemetery, the final resting place of many of NYC’s most notorious mobsters, but the housing boom of the Roaring Twenties paved the way for the residential neighborhood it is today.

Over the rest of the 20th century Middle Village became predominantly Italian and Irish American, but it has since seen the arrival of many Eastern Europeans and more recently Hispanic immigrants. Popular eats include London Lennie’s (Seafood), Barosa (Italian), Pio Pio (Peruvian), and Uvarara (Italian). Juniper Valley Park, one of the largest parks in Queens, offers a brilliant view of the Manhattan skyline and is one of the biggest draws. Three public elementary schools and Catholic elementary schools are available for children, and Christ The King Regional is the local high school, which happens to have a historically good basketball team. Famous residents past and present include health-conscious figures like Mike Repole, founder of Vitamin Water.

Transportation to Manhattan from Middle Village is available on the M line, which has a final stop at Metropolitan Avenue. The Q29, Q38, Q47, Q54, and Q67 buses serve the neighborhood locally, while the QM24 and QM25 express buses run to Manhattan. Major roads include the Long Island Expressway, Woodhaven Boulevard, and Cooper Avenue.

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