Jackson Heights Real Estate and Apartments For Sale
58 Homes and apartments in Jackson Heights
32-23 88th Street, Apt D-607
77-12 35th Avenue, Apt A-2
35-35 75th Street, Apt 108
35-24 72nd Street, Apt 6-I
77-11 35th Avenue, Apt 5M
35-20 Leverich Street, Apt C-445
76-10 34th Avenue, Apt 2K
73-12 35 Avenue, Apt C4
34-40 79th Street, Apt 6-B
34-40 79th Street, Apt 5-F
37-56 87th Street, Apt 5-D
35-21 80th Street, Apt 53
35-20 Leverich Street, Apt C-249
32-23 88th Street, Apt 205
35-40 82nd Street, Apt 3B
35-45 81st Street, Apt f2
35-24 72nd Street, Apt 4-I
37-32 80th Street, Apt 22
35-45 79th Street, Apt 2-D
37-31 73rd Street, Apt 4T
35-24 72nd Street, Apt 1A
34-20 79th Street, Apt 4-F
73-12 35th Avenue, Apt c24
3520 Leverich Street, Apt 526B
35-25 77th Street, Apt A67
3520 Leverich Street, Apt 520
35-45 79th Street, Apt 4-K
76-12 35th Avenue, Apt 6E
37-31 73rd Street, Apt 8-B
3520 Leverich Street, Apt 501
Jackson Heights Real Estate info
Located in the heart of Queens, Jackson Heights is a residential neighborhood that started out as a planned community. As it was built to be a suburb of Manhattan, the area has a family-friendly vibe to it, and houses for sale in Jackson Heights are always in high demand with families with kids. There are also plenty of affordable co-ops for sale in Jackson Heights.
The neighborhood is home to approximately 108,000 people from all different backgrounds, making it a real melting pot. Many homebuyers enjoy the incredible diversity that living here offers. Another perk is the fact that real estate is generally priced attractively, compared to other parts of Queens and NYC. Jackson Heights apartments for sale sell for an average of $460,000, which is up from about $325,000 in 2012. In terms of overall real estate inventory, there’s a bit of everything, with single-family houses and multi-family homes, as well as condos and co-ops. Most of the high-rise buildings in Jackson Heights are older co-ops, while many of the houses are from the early 1900s and feature stunning English Tudor architecture. Prices vary dramatically depending on the housing type, with Tudor homes being the most expensive properties you can buy, while many co-ops in the neighborhood can sell in the low to mid $200,000s.
Another major perk for homeowners is how well connected to the rest of the city the neighborhood is, with Manhattan being just a 30-40 minute subway ride away. Buying a home in Jackson Heights can also be considered a relatively safe and good investment as prices are likely to appreciate in the long-term.
Jackson Heights Real Estate Sales Trends
The median sale price for an apartment in Jackson Heights is $505,174.
Studios in this neighborhood sell at a median price of $279,000.
One-bedroom apartments sell at an average price of $409,045.
Two-bedroom apartments command a median sale price of $591,550.
Jackson Heights Penthouses for sale
There are currently no penthouses for sale in the Jackson Heights of Queens.
Jackson Heights Condos for Sale
There are currently 5 condos available for sale in Jackson Heights. Sale prices for condos in this neighborhood range from $399,000 to $699,000.
Jackson Heights Co-op apartments for Sale
There are currently 57 co-ops available for sale in Jackson Heights. Sale prices for condos in this neighborhood range from $158,000 to $949,000.
Townhouses and Brownstones for Sale in Jackson Heights
There are currently no townhouses and brownstones for sale in this neighborhood.