Hollis

Queens

Summary

Median rental price: $2,000, min $2,000 - max $2,000

Why?
Not great commute
Touristy
Not great community
Not hip
Not great for nightlife
Not for families
Too noisy
Not diverse
Not great for shopping
Too trendy
Not great for dining
Too residential
Too diverse
Not green enough
Not safe
Too quiet
Too commercial
Not artsy
Not LGBT friendly
No good schools
Naah, not for me

Commute

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Crime level

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Average, rank #69 of all neighborhoods

Noise level

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Average, rank #81 of all neighborhoods

Neighboorhood Reviews

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Great for

  • Childcare
  • Internet Access
  • Clean & Green
  • Cost of Living
  • Gym & Fitness

Not great for

  • Eating Out
  • Nightlife
  • Shopping Options

Who lives here?

  • Professionals
  • Singles
  • Families with kids
  • Retirees
“Quiet neighborhood in Queens“

Formerly called East Jamaica, Hollis is a quiet residential area that is divided into two main subsections: Hollis and Holliswood. The population of Hollis is predominantly African American, but more Asian and Hispanic people have been moving there in recent years. There are lots of childcare fac... Read more

NatM • Dec 22, 2011
“Rap and Hip-Hop was Born Here“

Hollis is a neighborhood in the southeastern section of Queens and is surrounded by communities like St. Albans, Queens Village, Jamaica Estates, and Jamaica. Hollis is small compared to its neighbors and is considered to be within the St. Albans postal district. The Hollis postal district extend... Read more

BrendaR • Mar 27, 2009
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Street view

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Supermarkets (2)

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Bars and Pubs (1)

Music Venues (1)

Parks & Gardens (2)

What do you think about this neighborhood?

Why?
Not great commute
Touristy
Not great community
Not hip
Not great for nightlife
Not for families
Too noisy
Not diverse
Not great for shopping
Too trendy
Not great for dining
Too residential
Too diverse
Not green enough
Not safe
Too quiet
Too commercial
Not artsy
Not LGBT friendly
No good schools
Naah, not for me