Rich history meets suburban bliss in Ozone Park.
There are plenty of places to plant roots in this family-friendly neighborhood. The housing market in Ozone Park is a mix of single-family homes, multi-family homes, and a few apartment complexes. The houses are a blend of mainly pre-war and Tudor structures, with a few blocks of new construction scattered throughout the dense residential district. People are drawn to the area for its proximity to parks, playgrounds, and great places to eat. The community is tight-knit, with neighbors that know each other and participate in community events.
There are lots of things to do in Ozone Park. Major commercial strips like Liberty Avenue boast blocks of chain stores, mom and pop shops, restaurants, and bars. Hotspots like the Aqueduct Flea Market draw heavy foot traffic throughout the year. The Aqueduct Racetrack, a thoroughbred horse-racing track with a rich history, holds a handful of annual racing events.
With family-friendly fun and a robust housing market, Ozone Park is a go-to destination in Queens.