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Kew Gardens is an affluent neighborhood located in the Queens borough of New York City and is a mere 30 minutes away from NYC. The area shares a triangular boundary with Union Turnpike and Jackie Robinson Parkway to the north, Van Wyck Expressway to the east, Hillside Avenue to the south and Forest Hills to the west. Kew Gardens is named after the famous Kew Botanical Garden in Ontario. The area was first developed in the late 1800s -from the area's first schools to apartment buildings to English and neo-Tudor style homes, many of which still stand proudly today. Kew Gardens is home to the famous Maple Grove Cemetery, gorgeous condos, and a prestigious five-star hotel, due to Kew Gardens' proximity to JFK Airport. The Park is located on a private road where residents can enjoy year-round jogs or walks, horse riding, and hiking. There are plenty of places to see and walk to with your furry pal. Some famous residents of Kew Gardens include Burt Bacharach, Charlie Chaplin, Rodney Dangerfield, Will Rogers, George Gershwin and Paul Stanley of Kiss.
Terrain in Kew Gardens
BUILT ENVIRONMENT
All Artificial
Mostly Artificial
Good Balance
Mostly Natural
All Natural
Artificial
Balanced
Natural
TOPOGRAPHIC RELIEF
Flat
Mostly Flat
Medium
Mostly Hilly
Hilly
Flat
Medium
Hilly
The city sidewalks and surrounding streets in Kew Gardens are concrete and asphalt and the areas surrounding it are well-manicured, maintained green spaces. As you walk down the city streets, you will be flanked by rows of million dollar homes. The area is filled with charm and attracts upper-class residents. Most evenings within the neighborhood, the residents head to the surrounding park - Forest Hills Park. The terrain is strictly urban. If you walk with your fur baby through these pristine city streets and greenways, be certain to clean up after your pup. Keep Kew Gardens one of the most beautiful neighborhoods in the Queens area.
Greenways in Kew Gardens
5 GREENWAYS
Neighborhoods in New York have an average of:
12 Greenways
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One popular greenway is the very dog-friendly Forest Park, which borders the neighborhood of Kew Gardens. All dogs must be on leashes while inside the park and trails and you, as their responsible pawrent, must clean up after them so be sure you have doggy poop bags. Once you check out the trails and greenery of this beautiful, well maintained public park, head over to the dog run and let your furry pal run off leash. Fido can play his cares away, but don't forget you are still responsible for cleaning up after your fur baby and keeping an eye on them as they play with the other pups. There is a small dog area and a large dog area so no matter how big or small, all doggies can get their play on!  Be sure to bring some extra water for your pup to keep them properly hydrated while they play. There's nothing better than spending the day with your pup at the park!

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