Ridgewood is more residential than other neighborhoods in Queens like LIC, Astoria, Woodside, etc., but still isn’t “suburban” like Bayside and other neighborhoods closer to Long Island proper.
It enjoys the convenience and multicultural vibe of western Queens, but is also quiet enough that anyone looking for a sanctuary away from the hustle and bustle of the city won’t be disappointed.learn more about this neighborhood
#80Neighborhood popularity:based on Naked Apartments searches
- 36% Walk-Up
- 14% Pre War
- 13% Private House
- 8% Townhouse
- 7% New Building
Ridgewood's modest neighborhood corner stores and old-world meat markets lend it an unpretentious and approachable air. This seemingly time-defying Queens mainstay doesn't top the charts for hip hideouts or posh nightclubs. Instead, its pragmatic populace enjoys a slow-paced lifestyle that consists of breezy chitchat and sanguine stoop sitting. Multiple subway lines serve as Ridgewood's connection to bolder NYC neighborhoods.
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$2,050, Two Bedrooms, 1.0 Bathroom
- Web ID: 139098
MForest Av (0.28 mi)
MFresh Pond Rd (0.3 mi)
MSeneca Av (0.55 mi)
MMetropolitan Av (0.62 mi)