Arthur Ashe Tennis Center (site of the U.S. Open): Tennis Center open to the public year round - indoor and outdoor courts available at reasonable rates.
Pitch & Putt Golf : Just south of the Passarelle Building and the Passarelle Ramp leading to Shea Stadium is pitch 'n putt golf. Par 3 Golf Course as well as miniature golf.
Queens Wildlife Center: Animal exhibits in natural settings provide programs for schools, family, scouts and the public.
Ice Skating (indoor rink): This 18,000 sq. foot indoor rink is located in the New York City Building, opposite the Queens Museum of Art. Open October - April.
Queens Museum of Art: The museum presents exhibitions of contemporary art and photography throughout the year. It also contains one of New York's best-loved permanent exhibitions - the Panorama of New York City, a meticulously rendered model of all five boroughs that encompasses an entire gallery and is observed from above.
Sailing (Classes available for beginners): The American Small Craft Association offers instruction in sailing on Meadow Lake within the Park.
Playground for All Children
Queens Theatre in the Park: Located in the former New York State Pavilion of the 1964 World's Fair, and designed by Philip Johnson, Queens Theatre in the Park presents theater, comedy, dance, children's entertainment and a film series in its Main State Theater and its small cabaret / block box Studio Theater.
Entirely new renovated apartments
New beautifully designed kitchens and baths with ceramic tile flooring
Generous closet space
General Electric Appliances
Short walk to subway #7 subway, Long Island Rail Road, and NYC Transit buses: #Q12, Q13, Q15, Q28.
Easy access to all major roads and highways: Grand Central Parkway, Long Island Expressway, Van Wyck Expressway, Northern Boulevard.
Short distance to LaGuardia and Kennedy International Airports
Close to Flushing Meadows / Corona Park
Wide range of restaurants and movies
Shopping in walking distance:
The Flushing (Indoor) Mall (Lots of small shops, carrying everything from fashion and jewelry to art, toys, and cell phones.)