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Forest Hills is a residential neighborhood that offers the best of both worlds- a serene suburban life with urban conveniences. It is popular for its picturesque tree-lined streets, peaceful parks, and diverse community, making it an ideal place to live. With easy access to public transportation and major highways, Forest Hills is a top choice for those seeking a tranquil residential neighborhood with all the amenities of city living.

Formerly known as Whitepot, a farming community that consisted of wood-frame farmhouses and fields of crops, Forest Hills has come a long way. With over 88,000 residents, the neighborhood has a rich history, classic old-time restaurants, and a plethora of pop culture references to explore. Its stunning architecture, which visitors can see when they walk down the streets, is awe-inspiring. The southern part of Forest Hills is particularly diverse, featuring single-family houses, attached townhouses, low-rise, and high-rise apartment buildings. South of the Long Island Railroad, Forest Hills Gardens is a private community that boasts some of the most expensive residential properties in Queens County. The area also has a number of detached single-family homes and attached townhouses near the Westside Tennis Center and Metropolitan Avenue.

Forest Hills has a vibrant commercial district that offers an array of restaurants, shops, and entertainment options. It is home to several popular landmarks, such as the historic Forest Hills Stadium, which hosts concerts and sports events, and the West Side Tennis Club, which once held the US Open. Austin Street, the center of Forest Hills, is a bustling modern street with shops, cafes, restaurants, and other stores that attract visitors from other neighborhoods because of its charm. Visitors can also admire two monuments erected in Forest Hills Gardens, one is a tribute to the victims of World War I, and the other is the mast of the Columbia, the winner of the America Cup yacht races in 1899 and 1901. This neighborhood continues to live up to its name as a picturesque haven in the heart of New York City.

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