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Commuting in Jamaica Estates

Jamaica Estates is a community in the borough of Queens, New York City. Jamaica Estates is located in the northern portion of Jamaica. Its boundaries are Union Turnpike to the north, Hillside Avenue to the south, Utopia Parkway and Homelawn Street to the west, and 188th Street to the east.…

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Jamaica Estates Community Points of Interest

Jamaica, Queens has a rich history spanning before the formation of the United States. Named after the Jameco Indians who originally occupied the area, in the 1650s, 15 English families obtained a charter from Peter Stuyvesant to settle in Rustdorp (“rest-town”), which is what the Dutch called Jamaica. After the…

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Jamaica Estates Community

Jamaica Estates is an affluent, upper middle class neighborhood in the New York City borough of Queens. This enclave was planned by two real estate developers in the early 1900s to be a luxurious, suburban escape from Manhattan. Their goal: was to develop an affluent community in an English style…

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Newly Constructed Condos and Rentals in Jamaica, NY

Jamaica Estates is uniquely located adjacent to the surrounding community of Greater Jamaica, Queens, NY, and it is witnessing a nearby construction boom mix of high and mid-rise buildings. These new construction projects are poised to transform the bustling downtown Jamaica commercial district. Jamaica, NY, is essentially the epicenter of…

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ARC Architecture + Design Studio Reveals A New Condo Development In Jamaica Estates, Queens

A new condominium development is on the rise at 170-22 Cedarcroft Road in Jamaica Estates, an upper-middle-class neighborhood Queens known for its stately homes and wooded streets. Designed by ARC Architecture + Design Studio, the property will eventually contain nine residences, a community garden, and parking accommodations for eight vehicles.…

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New Construction Condos

View Condo Listings Here New construction is occurring in Jamaica Estates and newly built condos are a part of this trend. While much of the architecture in this beloved Queens community represents historic Tudor, Craftsman or Cape Cod designs, modern residences are being built in place of vacant properties. Benefits…

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