Welcome to Astoria
Vibrant and unique modern architecture against the backdrop of old-school New York.
Local artists infuse the neighborhood with a spark of irony without going full hipster while multi-generational families maintain Astoria’s authentic old-school street cred.
Discover trendy restaurants, modern art, and waterfront properties all in this northern Queens neighborhood. You’ll find Astoria’s laid back rhythm and lower price points a refreshing respite from nearby Midtown Manhattan.
What to Expect
An artistic edge with a spotlight on social life.
In Astoria, you don’t sacrifice your nightlife. Close to Midtown Manhattan, the neighborhood is a quick getaway for those who want quality time socializing with friends without the oppressive crowds.
An abundance of opportunities to stay active, eat well, and explore the neighborhood.
From jet skiing in the East River to cozying up on a bench with a friend and your favorite food truck meal, Astoria serves both adventurous and solitary locals alike.
A plethora of cultural institutions.
This exuberant and inclusive neighborhood boasts views of the city, trendy restaurants, beer gardens, music venues, parks, schools, museums, and its own movie studio.
Mid price points and plenty of vacancies in newly developed condos and remodeled homes.
Young professionals enjoy new luxury condos with personal terraces overlooking prewar buildings and single-family brick homes. The mix between new development and historical homes is palpable.
You'll Fall in Love With
Astoria Park’s view of the city, eclectic architecture, and the inclusive community.
Quiet streetscapes, historic architecture, and overall sense of establishment add up to a neighborhood that can feel worlds removed from New York’s typical hustle and bustle, while remaining convenient to all of the city’s most exciting perks. For this reason and more, locals will agree that there’s nothing quite like coming home to Brooklyn Heights.