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Your Questions About Forest Hills Queens

August 24, 2013

Mark asks…

What is the best place to live in New York City?

like manhattan and harlem and brooklyn and others. please be descriptive about the places because i want to live their in the future.

Administrator answers:

Okaaaay.
So let’s see;
I used to live in queens so i most definitely choose queens (;
but it depends on how much money you’ve got and where you’re going to work and etc

But how about Forest Hills, Rego Park, Fresh Meadows.
Brookyln is a nice place to live- but i think it’s best if you choose a nice area to live in because there are some dangerous areas.
Manhattan has some cheap apartments that are okay but it’s also a personal decision.

Goodluck :]

Jenny asks…

If my office is in Times Square what are some cheapish and reasonably priced neighborhoods that I can live in?

I am moving to NY and my office will be in Times Square. what neighborhoods have good transport links between Times Square? Thanks in advance
My budget is around $2000 – $2500 and my key concern is getting to work in the winter. I am unused to living somewhere so cold.Also as I am just newly moving to the city I would like to be somewhat close to everything for at least the first 6 months -1 year or so!

Administrator answers:

There is nothing cheapish in Manhattan unless you consider a shoebox sized studio beneath 1st Ave. On the Upper East Side cheapish at around $1400/month. I’d recommend western Queens, which is only 15-25 minutes from Times Square via subway. Neighborhoods such as Woodside, Astoria, Sunnyside, Long Island City, Elmhurst, Rego Park, Forest Hills, Kew Gardens, and parts of Flushing are all very close via subway and offer much more in terms of what you’re getting for your rent.

David asks…

Where is the best place to open a street wear clothing store in NYC?

I currently own a bootique in florida but i would like to relocate the store aswell as myslef to NYC. Its a risky move so i need help trying to find the best area! location, location, location!!

Administrator answers:

If you like Queens NY some parts of Queens Blvd near the Queens mall. Forest Hills or Rego Park.
Near subways and mixed neighborhood White 70% Spanish /Black 30%
Also along LIC/Astoria on Broadway or Steinway.
People from Greece , Asia , S. America .
Has alot more walking traffic in LIC
And is building up because is so close to Manhattan people prefer living there.
In Manhattan is way to much $$ for everything.

Good luck

email me if you have questions.
Smartman11222@yahoo.com

William asks…

What are some good Book Recommendations?

I like to read fantasy, and since I’m going on a long plane flight next week, i am in desperate need for some good books to read on a plane. Something Disney World related would be pretty cool, since that’s where I’m going!

Administrator answers:

These are some of my favorite series. Keep in mind that some of them are adult and will contain adult content, I will put a warning star next to any adult books. No, I am not trying to corrupt todays youth, but some people are more mature than others. If you want the summaries of these books or have any questions then email me at kellymossad@yahoo.com as that is now my more used account. Happy reading!

+ Vampires
- The Vampire Academy Series by Richelle Mead
- The House of Night Series by PC and Kristen Cast
- Blue Bloods by Melissa de la Cruz
- Dorina Basarab, Dhampir by Karen Chance*
- Sookie Stackhouse Series by Charlaine Harris*
- Morganville Vampires by Rachel Caine
- Anita Blake Series (Vampire Huntress) by Laurell K. Hamilton

+ Shapeshifters
- Shapeshifters Quest Dena Landon (a given don’t you think)
- Kitty Norville Series by Carrie Vaughn*
- Mercy Thompson by Patricia Briggs*
- Omega Series by Patricia Briggs*
- Faythe Sanders Shifters Series by Rachel Vincent*

+ Magic
- Last Herald-Mage Trilogy by Mercedes Lackey*
- Arrows of the Queen by Mercedes Lackey*
- The Books of Pellinor by Allison Croggon
- Harry Potter by JK Rowling
- Immortals Series by Tamora Pierce (animal magic)
- The Sisters of Isis by Lynne Ewing (Egyptian)
- The Bonemender Trilogy by Holly Bennett (healing magic/romance)
- Bewitching Season by Marissa Doyle
- Daughter of the Flames by Nancy Holder*
- Witchery: A Ghosts Of Alibon Novel by Amber Benson and Christopher Golden*
- As You Wish by Jackson Pearce (jinn/romance)

+ Spies
- Gallagher Girls Series by Allie Carter
- Squad by Jennifer Lynn Barnes
- The Specialists by Shannon Greenland
- Alex Rider by Anthony Horowitz

+ Normal?
- Pretty Little Liars Series by Sara Shepard
- 13 Reasons Why by Jay Asher
- Undone by Brooke Taylor
- Perfect Chemistry by Simone Elkeles
- I Know What You Did Last Summer by Lois Duncan
- By The Time You Read This, I’ll Be Dead by Julie Anne Peters
- All Sarah Dessen Books
- Sanctuary by Raymond Khoury*
- Leaving Paradise by Simone Elkeles
- Two*Way Street by Lauren Barnholdt
- Cracked Up To Be by Courtney Summers
- The Unwritten Rule by Elizabeth Scott
- Before I Die by Jenny Downham

+ Faeries–And I Don’t Mean Happy Fae, No Tinkerbell Crap Here
- Blackbringer by Laini Taylor
- Wicked Lovely by Melissa Marr
- Tithe: A Modern Fairy Tale Holly Black
- Valiant: A Modern Fairy Tale Holly Black
- Ironside: A Modern Fairy Tale by Holly Black
- Dark Swan Series by Richelle Mead*
- Merlins Harp by Anne Eliot Crompton*

+ Other (I will tell you what it is about loosely…)
- Hush, Hush by Becca Fitzpatrick(fallen angels but in no way a religious book)
- Abhorsen Trilogy by Garth Nix (necromancers)
- The Companions Quartet Julia Golding (mythological animals)
- The Mediator Series by Meg Cabot (ghosts)
- Song of the Lioness Quartet by Tamora Pierce (knights/magic)
- Protector of the Small Series by Tamora Pierce (knights)
- Warriors Series by Erin Hunter (the world of cats in the wild)
- Percy Jackson and the Olympians Series by Rick Riordan (Greek Mythology)
- The Forest of Hands and Teeth by Carrie Ryan (Zombies, but not cheesy)
- Spider’s Bite by Jennifer Estep (assassains and elemental magic)*
- The Mark by Jen Nadol (A girl can see death)
- Intertwined (Romance, werewolves, vampires, souls, magic)

+ Mix of Some AKA Really Hard to Explain
- Mortal Instruments Series by Cassandra Clare
- Lord of the Rings Trilogy by J.R.R. Tolkien
- Graceling by Kristin Cashore
- The Inheritance Cycle by Christopher Paolini
- The Golden Compass by Phillip Pullman
- Tales of the Frog Princess E.d. Baker
- Cry of the Icemark by Gary Hill
- The Black Jewels Series by Anne Bishop*
- East by Edith Pattou
- Eternal by Cynthia Leitich Smith (vampires/angels/romance)
- A Great and Terrible Beauty by Libba Bray
- Wake by Lisa McMann*
- The Skewed Throne by Joshua Palmatier*

+ Sci-Fi In a Way but Not In a Star Trek Way
- Maximum Ride by James Patterson
- Midnighters by Scott Westerfield
- The Uglies Series by Scott Westerfield
- The Beastmasters by Andre Norton
- Host by Stephenie Meyer
- Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins
- The Giver by Lois Lowry

Susan asks…

What does the hyphen mean in long island city addresses?

Whenever I see a long island city address it will have a hyphen in it (e.g. 15-00). Can someone tell me what that means?

Administrator answers:

The hyphen is a common feature in addresses in all of Queens, not just LIC, with only a few exceptions, like in Forest Hills Gardens, which has “normal” addresses.

Although the system is not perfect, the numbers before the hyphen refer to the closest numbered street intersecting that address, so, for example, 36-01 35th Avenue in Astoria, which is the address of the Museum of the Moving Image, is at the intersection of 36th Street.

The numbers before the hyphen have from 1 to 3 digits, while the 2 digits after the hyphen refer to the regular sequential house number along that block, so that the number will go from “36-00″ to “36-whatever”, until 37th Street, when it will begin with “37-00″.

I am pretty sure the dashes are used to avoid any sort of confusion with long numbers, although Brooklyn has a similar system with their numbered streets without the dashes.

(BTW, i realized later that the hyphens are necessary, because when you read them out loud, you say “thirty-six dash oh one”, or “two twenty-two dash fifty”, etc. And in case you ever had a house number such as “8-00″, you would have to read that as “eight dash oh oh (zero zero)”, never as “eight hundred”…)

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