If you’re looking for some “real good” living and real estate you might as well head to Rego Park, Queens, a neighborhood that got its moniker from the Real Good Construction Company, which built many houses in the area back in the 1920s and 1930s. Nowadays, this centrally located neighborhood is best described as up-and-coming with many new commercial and residential developments being built including a number of luxury apartment and condo buildings. Rego Park is an ethnically diverse neighborhood, home to large Latin American, Jewish, Eastern European, and Asian communities. Parts of the neighborhood maintain a quaint, small-town vibe, but overall Rego Park offers its residents some of the best dining and shopping in Queens. If you're looking for nightlife and entertainment, you'll likely be disappointed, but the rest of the city is never far away thanks to Rego Park’s central location and excellent transportation. The neighborhood is served by multiple subway lines and is only a half an hour ride from Manhattan.