A very interesting town in the borough of Queens
, NY. Having lived here for a good 12 years I can safely say that the Asian-American population is large and in control, with Main Street basically overloaded with all kinds of Korean stores. Roosevelt Avenue, which intersects Main Street, is where the famed 7 train starts and later ends in Times Square
. It also makes stops to CitiField
, new home of the New York Mets. Aside from the large Asian population, there are also a good amount of Hispanics/Latinos, Blacks and White living here, so you're never alone. Flushing is also home to a major bus hub which makes traveling all the more easier and interesting, with bus route going all the way from Ridgewood
to Little Neck
(Or Long Island
). Crime rate is pretty low around here too, so don't be scared to visit once in a while. Sure, P.S 20's park is a common hangout for a lot of teens but they're cool. Also home to New York City's oldest high school as well.