◆ No-fee rentals. Wi-fi, Gas, and Electricity included ◆
◆ Location・・・Woodside, Queens
◆ Station・・・65 St (M, R) 4 minutes walk, 61st-Woodside (7) 5 minutes walk,
◆ Floor plan・・・4 bedrooms, one shared bathroom and a private toilet for room A
◆ Overnight guests are allowed for $10/per night, up to 7 nights per six months at a first come first serve basis.
◆ Shared kitchen, Kitchen Equipment, tableware
◆ 2nd floor of a two-story townhouse. No elevator
◆ Free Wi-Fi
◆ Furnished with a bed, desk, and chair
Woodside 62 st
Welcome to the sistertownof Sunnyside where there are also a lot of our Crossover members-Woodside.
Woodside has many of the same good things going for it as its neighbor Sunnyside including low crime rate,
decent educational establishments, affordability, and diversity with a population divided nearly equally among whites, Hispanics, and Asians.
Thanks to plenty of Irish bars around Roosevelt Avenue, Woodside offers a bit more in the way of nightlife.
There are numerous bars and pubs in the area.
Drop by Solid State on 52ndstreet if you have a chance, the bar has twenty local beers on tap.
Many locals’ go-to is s pint of the Port Jeff Boo Brew Pumpkin, the Community Beer Works Pun Intended Gose, or the Abandon Pilsner.
There are also many games at this drinking establishment like Ghostbusters and pinball.
Even if you are not a fan of pinball, various kinds of board games are also available.
Feeling a bit stuffy from all of the cuisine selections?
Urban Jungle is THE gym to go to! The gym offers various classes, including cross-fit, bootcamp, kickboxing, and others.
The instructors are very supportive and patient as well
7 Train (express)
5 mins from t station.
Socrates Sculpture Park 2.4 mi
Citi Field 3.2 mi
LaGuardia Airport Area 3.2 mi
Museum of the City of New York 3.2 mi
Williamsburg 3.4 mi
Near a variety of stores, including a Japanese market, Korean supermarket, banks, restaurants, bars and pharmacies.
There is large living and kitchen with TV.