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Searching Astoria apartments? This community in the borough of Queens has a lot going for it, from striking outdoor art and museums to large community parks and a historic beer garden. If you're interested in moving to Astoria apartments, keep reading to learn more about this neighborhood.

If you're new to Astoria apartments and want to see Astoria's most notable landmarks, first visit Kaufman Astoria Studios, which began as a silent film studio and is now a major motion picture and television studio. Next, check out Isamu Noguchi Museum, a sculpture museum celebrating the artist's work in stone, metal, wood and clay, and then venture into Socrates Sculpture Park, a site where artists can create and exhibit large-scale artwork.

About two blocks north of Socrates Sculpture Park is Astoria Park, a 65-acre park known for its beautiful pool, the oldest and largest in the city. In addition, Astoria Park offers tennis courts, a track, a bandstand, multiple trails, basketball courts and playgrounds. If you have children and they're becoming restless in your apartment, visit Astoria Park for tons of outdoor excitement.

You can't live in Astoria apartments without sampling some of the community's Greek cuisine. At Taverna Kyclades, seafood is king, in the grilled octopus, baby shark steaks, red snapper, shrimp and swordfish, though the crisp salads with salty fresh feta are certainly worth a taste. Stop by Il Bambino for lunch and try the paninis, with toppings such as fresh mozzarella, tomato and basil pesto or soppressata, hot pepper and asiago cheese. And you can't talk food without mentioning Bohemian Hall, New York's last original remaining outdoor beer garden, which is located seven blocks east from Astoria Park.

With so many living options, narrowing down your choices for Astoria apartments can be tough. You'll find numerous Astoria apartments available on ApartmentGuide.com, which can help you uncover the perfect Astoria neighborhood for you.

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The average rent of a one-bedroom apartment in Astoria is $2,900

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