Neighborhood

Widely known as one of NYC's major transportation hubs, Jamaica, Queens has evolved into a dynamic city center that features the Queens County Courts, hospitals, universities, multiple shopping destinations, beautiful and tranquil parks, and the unique vibe of an authentic NYC neighborhood. Conveniently located to offer residents easy transportation not only to Manhattan - via the E and J subway lines (with a simple transfer to the M, R and F lines) - but also throughout Queens via subway or bus. It's also a quick commute to both JFK International and LaGuardia Airports or a reverse commute to Long Island's Nassau and Suffolk Counties via the LIRR, Long Island and Van Wyck Expressways, Grand Central Parkway, and the Northern and Southern State Parkways.

The Crossing Transportation Map
Sutphin Blvd - Archer Ave JFK Station E J Z Lines Subway entrance
Jamaica Performing Arts Center brick building and grounds with green grass, trees and light blue sky
MTA Long Island Rail Road sign on building
Park on a sunny day with grass, trees, benches and people walking and sitting in the distance
Homemade Schmidts Candy storefront sign
King Manor Museum Entrance sign
Rufus King Park entrance sign
Jamaica Center clock with US flag in corner of photo
Jamiaca Center for Arts & Learning Buildling
York College building
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