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2,671 apartments for rent in Queens, NY

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East Elmhurst, NY 11369 Map

(646) 780-0152 Check Availability
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  • From $2,520
  • 1 BR
  • Short-Term
Whitestone, NY 11357 Map

(347) 947-6461 Check Availability
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  • From $2,000
  • 3 BR
Jamaica, NY 11434 Map

(347) 990-1174 Check Availability
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  • $1,700 - $1,850
  • 2 BR
Ridgewood, NY 11385 Map

(917) 983-9584 Check Availability
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  • $4,800 - $5,600
  • 1 BR - 2 BR
  • 55+
Forest Hills, NY 11375 Map

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  • $2,380 - $4,450
  • Studio - 3 BR
Long Island City, NY 11101 Map

(347) 696-4297 Check Availability
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  • $2,445 - $3,452
  • 1 BR - 2 BR
Long Island City, NY 11101 Map

(201) 580-3887 Check Availability
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  • From $2,100
  • 3 BR
Maspeth, NY 11378 Map

(347) 619-6001 Check Availability
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  • From $2,500
  • 1 BR
  • 55+
Flushing, NY 11354 Map

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  • From $2,500
  • 1 BR
  • 55+
Forest Hills, NY 11375 Map

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  • $2,175 - $4,259
  • Studio - 3 BR
Long Island City, NY 11101 Map

(917) 338-3169 Check Availability
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  • From $2,150
  • 3 BR
Far Rockaway, NY 11691 Map

(646) 791-9355 Check Availability
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  • From $1,800
  • 3 BR
South Ozone Park, NY 11420 Map

(347) 619-0330 Check Availability
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  • From $2,500
  • 1 BR
  • 55+
Kew Gardens, NY 11418 Map

  • $1 - $2,850
  • 1 BR
Astoria, NY 11102 Map

(917) 765-9189 Check Availability
  • $1 - $2,625
  • Studio - 2 BR
Astoria, NY 11106 Map

(646) 791-6950 Check Availability
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  • From $2,499
  • 3 BR
Brooklyn, NY 11213 Map

(347) 966-5242 Check Availability
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  • $550 - $1,288
  • Studio - 2 BR
Brooklyn, NY 11221 Map

(201) 580-3594 Check Availability
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  • From $3,800
  • 4 BR
Brooklyn, NY 11237 Map

(646) 828-7104 Check Availability
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  • $2,200 - $3,800
  • 2 BR - 4 BR
Brooklyn, NY 11237 Map

(347) 966-5268 Check Availability
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Catherine also introduced the fork to the dining tables of England and her large dowry included the port city of Bombay, now Mumbai, bringing India under to British control. The British went on to develop Bombay into a major center of commerce.

She had an influence on this side of the pond, as well. The County of Queens, New York, was named for Catherine when it was created in 1683 (Kings County was named after her husband, Charles). Queens County is in the western part of Long Island and includes a few smaller islands, most of which are in Jamaica Bay and form part of Gateway National Recreation Area.

One of 12 original counties created in the New York colony, Queens County is comprised of 178.3 square miles of land area. Its county seat is New York City. As of the 2010 census, the population of Queens County is 2,230,722.

“The Queens Giant,” the tallest tree in the New York metropolitan area, is located in northeastern Queens. The tree is 450 years old and 132 feet tall.

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