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Corona, NY 11368
Living in North Corona
More and more young professionals are renting North Corona apartments, drawn by low rental prices and convenient access to the subway. This diverse part of Queens presents a glimpse of the way things used to be. There are no skyscrapers here to spoil the view. True, North Corona may not be hip or trendy, but there are other things to enjoy-such as the 1920s architecture.
If you find North Corona a little boisterous, you might consider listening in-Louis Armstrong and his trumpet called this neighborhood home. The district's boundaries are vague, but it's generally considered to fall between the Grand Central Parkway, 44th Avenue, and Junction and Northern boulevards.
North Corona Lifestyle and Entertainment
North Corona is well stocked with neighborhood places like pizza joints, Chinese restaurants, and 99¢ stores. There are some standout stops, such as Leo's Latticini-Mama's, where you can feast on fresh mozzarella. A few blocks farther south is Lemon Ice King for an old fashioned Italian ice. You can find supermarkets and other services along 103rd Street.
To get a breath of fresh air, the massive Flushing Meadows-Corona Park is just southeast. Check out the New York Hall of Science or, in season, a Mets game at Citi Field. Smaller Hinton Park and Linden Park also serve North Corona.
North Corona Info and the Rental Market
North Corona integrated in the 1960s and 70s. While it was then primarily an Italian neighborhood, now it's predominantly Hispanic, but still diverse. You'll find apartments and homes to rent in this part of Queens. One-bedrooms go for about $1,000 a month. Commuting is just a matter of time. The 7 train runs through North Corona on an overhead line down Roosevelt Avenue. It will take you to Midtown Manhattan in less than an hour.
North Corona Resources
In North Corona, you can pull up a chair and read at the Langston Hughes or Corona branches of the Queens Public Library. There are also two US Posts Offices in the neighborhood, one on Roosevelt and one on Junction Boulevard. Queens Community Board No. 3 represents North Corona in local government.
North Corona Zip Codes
Zip code 11368 covers North Corona.
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