In short, Sunnyside is sort of at a crossroads - in future years it may very likely become the next “it” place in Queens, along with LIC and Astoria, but for now it still enjoys cheaper rent and a 10-15 minute subway ride to Times Square.
The emblem of Sunnyside is the timeworn “Welcome to Sunnyside” arch at 46th Street (a reminder of its days as “Sunnyside Gardens”, one of the first planned communities in the US), but it could also be the old, sandy cement 7 line that runs down the center of Queens Boulevard. Sunnyside has the feel of a neighborhood caught between other neighborhoods, a place between places, but it’s also got a lot of history and its own endearing traditions.
|Building Address||# no-fee apts|
|48 50 37 Street||5|
|48 50 38 Street||3|
|41 18 43 Street||2|
|47 02 46 Street||2|
|46-25 SKILLMAN AVENUE||2|
|47-02 45 STREET||2|