A major street in Queens that is known to be one of the most dangerous streets to cross in NYC. Queens Boulevard is a major commercial strip for many of the neighborhoods it cuts through, which includes Briarwood, Forest Hills, Rego Park, Elmhust, Woodside, Sunnyside, and Long Island City. Queens Boulevard is quite possibly the widest non highway in NYC. Through much of its stretch, it's a 12 lane multi-median divided street. Queens Boulevard starts off at Jamaica Avenue in Jamaica, Queens and goes all the way to the Queensboro bridge and to Manhattan.
A neighborhood in Queens NY located just by the Jamaica Bay, where John Gotti use to live. Howard Beach is infamous for Mafia activities and "racial" crimes. Howard Beach is essentially just like Ozone Park, except the stuff you find in Howard Beach actually has quality to it. Cross Bay Boulevard, a busy 6 lane median divided boulevard that crosses the bay and go to Rockaway, is the major shopping strip for the neighborhood. Howard Beach might be a very attractive neighborhood in Queens with a lot going for it, but it also has the most wiggers out of any neighborhood in QueensNY.
Male- Wanna go to Howard beach, I heard theres some nice restaurants on Cross Bay Blvd over there.
A neighborhood in Queens New York that is better then Ozone Park. It's major shopping strip is Jamaica Avenue and the neighborhood is home to Forest Park. Also the name of a major boulevard that cuts through this neighborhood.
A neighborhood in Queens NY that is fairly isolated from other neighborhoods. Bordered by Flushing, Whitestone and the bay. It's main street is College Point Boulevard. Despite it's name, there is no college in College Point.
A very long avenue in QueensNY that starts off at Fulton Street in East New YorkBrooklyn and turns into Jericho Turnpike once it crosses the Cross Island Parkway in Bellemore Queens. One of the more busier avenue's in Queens, with alot of stores through all the neighborhoods it cuts through, esp. in Woodhaven and Jamaica. The q56 and q36 serve Jamaica Avenue. Jamaica Avenue is a good street to look for if your lost in Queens.
Guy R Brewer Boulevard starts off at Jamaica Avenue
A major boulevard in QueensNY that Bayside residents often refer to as "Franny Lew". Francis Lewis Boulevard was previously called Cross Island Boulevard, then later named after a Whitestone resident who signed the Declaration of Independence to avoid confusion with the Cross Island Parkway. Easily one of the longest boulevards in Queens, probably the second longest behing Northern Boulevard, F. Lewis Boulevard starts off at Hook Creek Boulevard in Rosedale Queens right by the border to Nassau and goes all the way to Whitestone. The Q76 and Q77 buses serve Francis Lewis Boulevard.
Francis Lewis Boulevard cuts through Cunningham park.