The Neighborhood


Centrally located, with quick access to Manhattan and the other boroughs, Steinway & Graham is perfectly positioned for you to embrace Astoria’s dynamic vitality. The Steinway Street subway stop, with availability to the M and R lines, is just steps away across the street; other options include the N and W at 36th Avenue.


There’s so much to experience here. Kaufman Astoria Studios and its related arts district is close by, along with plentiful shopping and dining to entice residents. Some of the many neighborhood go-tos include long-time favorite Bahari Estiatorio, a companionable place for classic Greek cuisine; Queens Comfort, a kitschy eatery serving modern takes on American comfort food, especially favored by the brunch crowd; Mar’s, known for craft cocktails; Q.E.D., a performance venue, which features lively trivia and comedy shows; the Kaufman Astoria Cinemas, where you can catch a flick nearby, as well as popular fitness studio The Yoga Room, and the UFC Gym, which offers a transformative fitness experience, conveniently opening its newest location in the Steinway & Graham building.


The renowned Museum of the Moving Image, Bohemian Hall (NYC’s oldest beer garden) and Steinway & Sons piano factory are just some of the accessible landmarks that give Astoria its unique character and appeal. Pedestrian-friendly streets and the popular Astoria Park as well other green spaces — including Athens Square, Columbus Triangle, and Hoyt Playground — all add to the neighborhood’s special character.

Live your life your way. Live it in Astoria.