A Look at Jackson Heights, Queens New York City Vacation Travel 2 days ago   05:25

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The Queens neighborhood of Jackson Heights combines ethnic diversity with private gardens and still-affordable apartments.

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Comments 247 Comments

Mahfuzur Rahman
Failed to mention big Bangladeshi community!
jose dominguez
Where the white women at
lubna noor
it was brilliantly made sounds like a lovely place
This is what I love about NY ❤😎
I live in Jackson Heights
t38 big trees
I aint leaving London to see more pakis and indians lmao
Marcelino Arrais De Santana
Jackson Heights . Gringo friend
At the time I was living in Seattle. My ZIP code 98118, had the notierity of having the most languages spoken. But, now the neighborhood is gentrified that it has probably lost that title. If I had to live in NYC, this would definitely be my choice of neighborhood.
What? No mention of the gangs, prostitutes or drugs? Can't be Jackson Heights without mentioning them ;)
Frankie W
Whoa, what's that Reggae/Dub tune right at the start? 0:03
Kasper Blanc
Just there two days ago. I was mesmerized. Non stop eating n things to see.
Juan Lopez
No surprise, Jews support diversity in European nations.
America First
I could live without the cultural diversity. Keep it American.
Sunshine_Curls_n Roses
This is why i Love New york
The vibe
haoru chen
Used to live there, miss it sometimes.
Denzel Reid
Man I miss New York.
Denzel Reid
That woman at 0:05 is fine.
masum anwar
Bill Goody
lol jfk is 30 mins away or 2 days depending on traffic... true story
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