Welcome to Forest Hills, a community with lush parks, eclectic neighborhoods and colorful shopping located on the west side of Queens. No matter if you're moving to Forest Hills apartments from across the country or from across town, ApartmentGuide.com can help you find an ideal place in Forest Hills to call home.
Queens, the largest geographical borough in New York City, is the most ethnically diverse 115 miles in the world. In Forest Hills, located in Queens on the Brooklyn border, discover affordable New York City apartments near the New York Hall of Science and Shea Stadium, which is where the New York Mets play.
In the heart of Forest Hills is the Austin Street, a center for pedestrian-friendly shopping, apartment living and restaurants. The annual summertime Forest Hills Festival of the Arts is a popular local event, where more than 200 artisans showcase their handmade jewelry, pottery, artwork, photography, hand-painted clothing, foods and collectibles. For exotic year-round shopping, visit Carmel Market, a block of international grocery stores in north Forest Hills.
Bordering Forest Hills on the south side is Forest Park, the third largest park in Queens. If you're new to Forest Hills apartments, meet other residents at one of the park's athletic leagues. The park has softball fields, tennis courts, basketball courts, bocce ball courts, horseshoe pitches and a shuffleboard course, as well as Victory Field Sports Complex, a 13.5-acre outdoor athletic facility with a track, handball courts and facilities for pole vaulting, broad jumping, shot put and discus throwing. The 110-acre Forest Park Golf Links is an 18-hole golf course on the park's western edge. No matter what your fitness level, there's an activity for you at Forest Park.
In your search for Forest Hills apartments for rent, consider the attractions and entertainment in the area. Explore all of your Forest Hills living options on ApartmentGuide.com.