Located in Jackson Heights and Elmhurst, Queens, 82nd Street is a vibrant food and shopping market featuring more than 160 businesses on a landmarked, tree-lined corridor.
With its mix of bakeries and restaurants, fashion and jewelry boutiques, clothing and shoe stores, entertainment venues, and an array of professional services, 82nd Street is one of New York City’s most diverse, lively, and authentic market streets.
Bayside Village BID, the commercial corridor of one of Queens’ oldest and friendliest neighborhoods, covers the heart of the Bayside community: a half a mile strip along Bell Boulevard between Northern Boulevard and 35th Avenue, and also includes one block east and west along 41st Avenue from the LIRR station to the Municipal Parking Lot.
Home to more than 100 ethnic groups, a trip to Astoria is a trip around the world in a few short blocks, and it is this kaleidoscope of people that makes Astoria the vibrant neighborhood that it is.
In just a few hours you can stroll a wooded park, window shop a vibrant shopping district, see a museum, catch a bite to eat, and go home to a safe neighborhood.
While much of the neighborhood is residential, Downtown Flushing is a large commercial and retail area and is the fourth largest central business district in New York City.
Downtown Flushing is known for its restaurants, bakeries, Asian specialty stores, and its easy transportation into
A vibrant shopping and cultural center set in southeast Queens, here you’ll find three performing arts centers, dozens of landmarked historic gems, Rufus King Park, two colleges, a major transportation hub, and hundreds of independent businesses and blue-chip national stores.
The heart of it all? Jamaica Avenue, with more than 400 businesses reflecting a kaleidoscope of cultures.
Long Island City, or LIC, has a rich history, an exciting present, and a dynamic future as a truly mixed-use, live work neighborhood.
Between the working factories, new hotels, local breweries, restaurants with authentic world cuisine, public parks, makerspaces, wide range of residences, schools, and thriving local retail, there is a mix here unlike any other where you can meet anyone you need and make your future.
Find local businesses grouped by neighborhood on this site provided by the Queens Tourism Council.
The Queens Tourism Council promotes the world’s most diverse county through organized efforts by local businesses, cultural institutions, and government.
They foster economic opportunities, travel, and tourism by letting visitors and residents know that – with great places to visit, eat, play, and stay – It’s in Queens!
Discover all the best Queens has to offer in the Queens Hospitality Guide, a joint project of the Queens Chamber of Commerce and the Queens Economic Development Corporation (QEDC).
MiQ (Made in Queens), a project of the Queens Economic Development Corporation (QEDC), is a curated collection of locally made, quality products that are sold online, in select locations, and at pop-up shops.
Learn more about the businesses: what they sell, their stories, and what makes them unique.
Ridgewood, a dynamic neighborhood on the border of Brooklyn and Queens, is a destination for families, artists, and recent immigrants, coming together to create a culturally rich and vibrant community.
A community-oriented shopping district, Myrtle Avenue’s retailers are a balanced mix of traditional and contemporary apparel, services, food and beverage stores, dining establishments, and general and specialty merchandise at a moderate price point.
Steinway Street is located in the vibrant community of Astoria, a village neighborhood within New York City, easily accessible by public and private transportation.
In addition to the great shopping on Steinway Street, the surrounding area also has an array of restaurants, cafes, and specialty food stores from every corner of the world reflective of its multicultural population.
So much so that Astoria has become a veritable “Restaurant Row” – home to hundred of exquisite restaurants, intimate cafes, quaint coffee shops, and other eating emporiums.
Sunnyside is home to a wide variety of locally-owned businesses offering goods and services catered to a mixed residential and commercial community.
There are approximately 300 individual businesses within the Sunnyside Shines district.
Going shopping? Need a lawyer? Want to grab a quick bite to eat? Visit Sutphin Boulevard!
With more than 134 businesses on Sutphin Boulevard between Hillside and 94th avenues, we have what you need at the right price.
Woodhaven’s Jamaica Avenue, from Dexter Court to 100th Street is a bustling commercial zone in the heart of the Woodhaven community.
Woodhaven Boulevard is home to the ever-growing businesses of Woodhaven, ranging from delicious and tasty foods to treat yourself with and plenty of recreational activities to enjoy!