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Ridgewood, Queens

Neighborhood of Queens in New York City

Ridgewood is a neighborhood in the New York Cityborough of Queens. It borders the neighborhoods of Maspeth, Middle Village and Glendale, as well as the Brooklyn neighborhoods of Bushwick and East Williamsburg. Historically, the neighborhood straddled the Queens-Brooklyn boundary.

The etymology of Ridgewood's name is disputed, but it may have referred to Ridgewood Reservoir, the local geography, or a road. The British settled Ridgewood in the 17th century, while the Dutch settled nearby Bushwick. The adjacent settlements led to decades of disputes over the boundary, which later became the border between Queens and Brooklyn. Bushwick was developed rapidly in the 19th century, but Ridgewood remained sparsely populated until the early 20th century, when rowhouses were built for its rapidly growing, predominantly German population. Ridgewood has become more ethnically diverse since the midth century. Large parts of the neighborhood are national and city historic districts.

Ridgewood is patrolled by the New York City Police Department's th Precinct.[6] It is represented by the New York City Council's 30th District.[7]

Etymology[edit]

The origin of the neighborhood's name is disputed. One theory is that it came from the Ridgewood Reservoir in Highland Park, in Brooklyn just south of Ridgewood. The reservoir was on a high ridge in the middle of the Harbor Hill Moraine, a terminal moraine that runs the length of Long Island.[8][9] Another possible etymology is the forests that covered the area before colonial settlement, and that early English settlers called the moraine the "ridge" of Long Island. Yet another possible etymology is "Ridge Road".[9]

The name was originally applied by the government of Kings County (now coextensive with Brooklyn), and referred to an area within Brooklyn along the border between Kings and Queens Counties. In the early 20th century, developers gave the area various names, including Germania Heights, St. James Park, Ridgewood Heights, Wyckoff Heights, and Knickerbocker Heights, but only "Ridgewood" gained enough popularity past the s.[9]

History[edit]

Early settlement[edit]

Ridgewood is adjacent to Bushwick, Brooklyn, and the two neighborhoods have similar histories. Both were initially settled by the Lenape Native Americans, specifically the Mespachtes tribe (for whom the adjacent neighborhood of Maspeth is named).[8][10] In , the Dutch West India Company secured a deed from the Lenape; subsequently, Peter Stuyvesant chartered present-day Bushwick in under the name Boswijck, meaning "neighborhood in the woods" in 17th-century Dutch.[11]:&#;&#;[12][13] Likewise, Ridgewood was part of Newtown, one of the three initial towns in Queens, and was settled by the British.[9]

In both neighborhoods, British and Dutch families tilled farms and grew crops for Brooklyn's and Manhattan's markets. Many of these farms also had slaves.[11]:&#;&#;[14][15]:&#;48&#; The only known remaining Dutch farmhouse in the neighborhood is the Onderdonk House, which was erected in [16] Also at the Onderdonk House site is Arbitration Rock, a marker for the disputed boundary between Bushwick and Newtown, and by extension Brooklyn and Queens (see §&#;Border with Bushwick).[17][18] The land remained rural through the American Revolutionary War, though there may have been a burial ground in the area.[14] Ridgewood's oldest streets are Myrtle Avenue, Metropolitan Avenue, and Fresh Pond Road, which were used by farmers to take their goods to markets.[19] Fresh Pond Road was formerly a Native American trail; the other roads were laid out as plank roads in the early to midth century.[10]

19th-century development[edit]

The development of public transportation, starting with horse-drawn cars in the midth century and later succeeded by trolleys and elevated trains, helped to spur residential and retail development.[20] The first transit line to arrive in the neighborhood was the Myrtle Avenue horsecar, which was extended to Brooklyn's Broadway in [14][21] Following this, the Bay Ridge Branch opened in , connecting to Sheepshead Bay, Manhattan Beach, and the Brooklyn shorefront via the Manhattan Beach Railroad.[19][22] The Myrtle Avenue elevated railroad, running above Myrtle Avenue within Brooklyn, was extended to the Queens border in [23][24] An electric trolley line through Ridgewood, running to Lutheran Cemetery, was opened along a private right-of-way in Ten years later, the Myrtle Avenue Elevated was extended on a ground level alignment over that trolley line.[19] The current elevated structure would be erected along the Lutheran Cemetery line's right-of-way in [25]

Simultaneously, northern Brooklyn was seeing an increase in the number of German immigrants.[14] Many of the city's German immigrants had originally settled in Manhattan's Little Germany, located mostly within the East Village and Lower East Side, in the midth century.[26] By the late 19th and early 20th centuries, German immigrants had moved to other enclaves such as Yorkville, Manhattan; Steinway, Queens; and the north Brooklyn/Ridgewood area.[27] The discovery of freshwater under northern Brooklyn resulted in the development of breweries, where many Germans worked.[14] By , there were 35 breweries in Brooklyn, including a block "brewer's row" within Bushwick that contained at least 11 breweries.[21][19] Factories and knitting mills were also opened within the communities, and speculative German developers built houses, consisting mostly of multi-family stock that were three or four stories tall.[19] "Brewer's Row" had grown to 14 breweries by [28][29]

20th-century development[edit]

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Ridgewood remained rural until the unification of New York City's boroughs in , even as Bushwick had become fully developed. Development in Ridgewood in the 19th century consisted mostly of picnicking locations, beer gardens, racetracks, and amusement areas for the residents of Bushwick. By the end of the century, developers had bought these sites and started constructing rowhouses and tenements, usually two to three stories high.[19][30] The Ridgewood Board of Trade, created in , was organized to develop the streets and utilities, and to improve the transit infrastructure.[19][31]

Much of the housing stock was erected between and [32][33] Most of the houses built before were wood-frame houses; that year, a zoning ordinance was passed, requiring new buildings to be made of masonry.[19][34] The area was developed more quickly after the Queensboro Bridge opened in , connecting Queens to Manhattan.[34] According to a issue of the Real Estate Record and Guide, development was concentrated in an block area around East Williamsburg in Brooklyn, namely the present-day area of Ridgewood.[30] More than five thousand buildings were built from the beginning of the 20th century to World War I's start in the mids. Residential construction predominated in the southern part of Ridgewood while industrial factories and mills were prevalent in the northern section, near Newtown Creek.[34]

Construction slowed down during World War I, but resumed shortly after the war's end, and by the s the last farmland in Ridgewood had been developed. Some of the later houses were single-family homes with garages.[34][35] Two of the more drastic changes to Ridgewood's character in the s were the implementation of a street numbering system across Queens in ,[36] followed by the opening of the Canarsie subway on the neighborhood's southern border in [37][38]

Ethnic changes[edit]

Ridgewood was among New York City's most quickly-developing neighborhoods between at least [39][40] and [39][41] Much of the new housing was originally settled by Germans, who had mostly moved from other neighborhoods such as Williamsburg. To the German newcomers, the modern and more expansive houses in Ridgewood provided an improvement over the cramped housing stock in their former neighborhoods.[39] A Real Estate Record article stated that, for several years, Germans had been moving from Ridgewood from the city's other boroughs.[42] Figures from the United States Census indicated that much of Ridgewood's population was working-class and of German or Eastern European descent, and many homes were owner-occupied.[36][43][44] Ridgewood's German population was so large that the Ridgewood Times' first issue in was published in both English and German.[45]

After World War I, the population expanded with an influx of Gottscheers, an ethnic German population from Slovenia who were dislocated in the aftermath of World War I, and spoke the Gottscheerish dialect.[45] Other Eastern Europeans came as well. As recorded in the United States Census, the population of Ridgewood was mostly working-class homeowners from Germany, Austria, or Italy, with a smaller population from Hungary, Ireland, Poland, and Sweden.[36][43][44][46] The demographic figures remained relatively unchanged through the United States Census.[36][46] The large German presence led to disputes following the rise of Nazi Germany, and a large, 9,person boycott of Nazi Germany in April resulted in brawls between Nazi sympathizers and Jewish Communist groups.[47] Still, in the WPA Guide to New York City, workers for the Federal Writers' Project described Ridgewood and Bushwick as "old-fashioned and respectable", and said that Ridgewood "rivals Manhattan's Yorkville as a German center."[48]

By the United States Census, Southern Europeans were also recorded as having moved into Ridgewood.[36] In the midth century, Romanians, Serbs, and Puerto Ricans arrived. By the late 20th century, Poles, Dominicans,[49][50][51] and Ecuadorians—including a significant population of Quechua-speaking Amerindians from the Imbabura and Cañar provinces of Ecuador—had moved to Ridgewood.[52] Other large populations included Yugoslavians, Chinese, Koreans, and Slovenians.[53][54]

Late 20th century[edit]

Originally, Ridgewood and Glendale shared ZIP Code with Bushwick. Following the blackout, the communities of Ridgewood and Glendale expressed a desire to disassociate themselves from Bushwick.[55] Residents voted on a proposal to create a new ZIP Code, and a majority of votes were cast in favor of the proposal.[56] The communities were given the ZIP Code in [57]

By the mids, parts of Ridgewood had been given federal landmark designations. Young professionals were also moving to the neighborhood in large numbers, and Ridgewood's homeownership rates increased.[58]

Demographics[edit]

Based on data from the United States Census, the population of Ridgewood was 69,, a decrease of (%) from the 69, counted in Covering an area of 1, acres (&#;ha), the neighborhood had a population density of inhabitants per acre (38,/sq&#;mi; 14,/km2).[2]

The racial makeup of the neighborhood was % (27,) White, % (1,) African American, % (93) Native American, % (5,) Asian, % (19) Pacific Islander, % () from other races, and % () from two or more races. Hispanic or Latino of any race were % (33,) of the population.[3] The entirety of Community Board 5, which comprises Maspeth, Ridgewood, Middle Village, and Glendale, had , inhabitants as of NYC Health's Community Health Profile, with an average life expectancy of years.[59]:&#;2,&#;20&#; This is about equal to the median life expectancy of for all New York City neighborhoods.[60]:&#;53 (PDF p. 84)&#;[61] Most inhabitants are youth and middle-aged adults: 22% are between the ages of 0–17, 31% between 25–44, and 26% between 45– The ratio of college-aged and elderly residents was lower, at 8% and 13% respectively.[59]:&#;2&#;

As of , the median household income in Community Board 5 was $71,[62] In , an estimated 19% of Ridgewood and Maspeth residents lived in poverty, compared to 19% in all of Queens and 20% in all of New York City. One in seventeen residents (6%) were unemployed, compared to 8% in Queens and 9% in New York City. Rent burden, or the percentage of residents who have difficulty paying their rent, is 46% in Ridgewood and Maspeth, lower than the boroughwide and citywide rates of 53% and 51% respectively. Based on this calculation, as of [update], Maspeth, Ridgewood, Middle Village, and Glendale are considered to be high-income relative to the rest of the city and not gentrifying.[59]:&#;7&#;

Land use and terrain[edit]

Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal Church

Ridgewood is zoned for various land uses, but is mostly commercial along main streets and residential along side streets. Large parts of the neighborhood are residential historic districts. In addition, the large Cemetery Belt is located directly to the south.[63]

The majority of the neighborhood covers a large hill, part of the glacial moraine that created Long Island, which starts at Metropolitan Avenue, rises steeply for about two blocks, then slopes down gently. For instance, at Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal Parish on 60th Place, the front entrance of the church is almost level with the second floor of the Parish school next door.[citation needed] Part of Ridgewood around the Linden Hill Cemetery, centered around Flushing and Metropolitan Avenues, was once known as Linden Hill, distinct from the neighborhood of Linden Hill in Flushing, Queens. Linden Street is named after this subsection of Ridgewood.[64]

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A typical block in Ridgewood

Ridgewood is a densely settled neighborhood, with housing stock ranging from six-family buildings near the Brooklyn border to two-family and single-family row houses deeper into Queens.[63] Ridgewood is visually distinguished by the large amount of exposed brick construction, which is characteristic of the earlyth-century rowhouses built in the neighborhoods.[65][66][67][68]

Most of Ridgewood was developed block-by-block around the turn of the 20th century. Most of the buildings were designed by local architect Louis Berger & Co., which designed more than 5, buildings in the area.[69] The neighborhood has been largely untouched by construction since then, leaving many centrally planned blocks of houses and tenements still in the same state as their construction. These blocks include the Mathews Flats (six-family cold water tenements), Ring-Gibson Houses (two- and four-family houses with stores), and Stier Houses (curved two-family rowhouses). Many of these houses are well-kept and retain much of their early 20th century appeal.[70]

Commercial[edit]

Ridgewood Savings Bank headquarters since , located in Ridgewood

There are low-density commercial districts along Myrtle, Forest, and Metropolitan Avenues and Fresh Pond Road.[63]

Ridgewood is home to Ridgewood Savings Bank, the largest mutual savings bank in New York State. Their headquarters is located at the intersection of Myrtle and Forest Avenues and was built in The building architects were Halsey, McCormack and Helmer, Inc. and the general contractors were Stamarith Construction Corporation.[71] The building's exterior is made of limestone and contains an eight-foot granite base. The interior has travertine walls and marble floors.

Landmarks[edit]

Historic districts[edit]

In Ridgewood 10 national historic districts were listed on the National Register of Historic Places in [72]

Map of New York City Historic Districts in Ridgewood

In addition, the New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission has designated four landmark districts in Ridgewood:

  • Stockholm Street Historic District, designated This historic district consists of 36 two-story brick rowhouses, two garages, and a stable built primarily in by Joseph Weiss & Company along Stockholm Street, the only remaining brick street in Ridgewood.[65]
  • Ridgewood North Historic District, designated This historic district includes 96 buildings, mostly three-story brick rowhouses called "Mathews Model Flats", built in by the G.X. Mathews Company.[66]
  • Ridgewood South Historic District, designated This historic district includes buildings, a large collection of three-story brick rowhouses as well as the St. Matthias Roman Catholic Church, built in by the G.X. Mathews Company.[67]
  • Central Ridgewood Historic District, designated This historic district includes buildings, mostly brick rowhouses, constructed in by various small builders.[68]

Individual landmarks[edit]

There are two individual city-designated landmarks:

The Vander Ende-Onderdonk House, the Evergreens Cemetery, and St. Matthias Roman Catholic Church Complex are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.[72][76]

Police and crime[edit]

Maspeth, Ridgewood, Middle Village, and Glendale are patrolled by the th Precinct of the NYPD, located at Catalpa Avenue.[6] The th Precinct ranked 21st safest out of 69 patrol areas for per-capita crime in However, the precinct covers a large diamond-shaped area, and Maspeth and Middle Village are generally seen as safer than Ridgewood.[77] As of [update], with a non-fatal assault rate of 19 per , people, Ridgewood and Maspeth's rate of violent crimes per capita is less than that of the city as a whole. The incarceration rate of per , people is lower than that of the city as a whole.[59]:&#;8&#;

The th Precinct has a lower crime rate than in the s, with crimes across all categories having decreased by % between and The precinct reported 2 murders, 17 rapes, robberies, felony assaults, burglaries, grand larcenies, and grand larcenies auto in [78]

Fire safety[edit]

Engine Co. /Ladder Co. 40

Ridgewood contains a New York City Fire Department (FDNY) fire station, Engine Co. /Ladder Co. , at Metropolitan Avenue.[79][80]

Health[edit]

As of [update], preterm births and births to teenage mothers are less common in Ridgewood and Maspeth than in other places citywide. In Ridgewood and Maspeth, there were 70 preterm births per 1, live births (compared to 87 per 1, citywide), and births to teenage mothers per 1, live births (compared to per 1, citywide).[59]:&#;11&#; Ridgewood and Maspeth have a low population of residents who are uninsured. In , this population of uninsured residents was estimated to be 13%, slightly higher than the citywide rate of 12%.[59]:&#;14&#;

The concentration of fine particulate matter, the deadliest type of air pollutant, in Ridgewood and Maspeth is milligrams per cubic metre (×10−9&#;oz/cu&#;ft), more than the city average.[59]:&#;9&#; Twenty percent of Ridgewood and Maspeth residents are smokers, which is higher than the city average of 14% of residents being smokers.[59]:&#;13&#; In Ridgewood and Maspeth, 19% of residents are obese, 7% are diabetic, and 20% have high blood pressure—compared to the citywide averages of 22%, 8%, and 23% respectively.[59]:&#;16&#; In addition, 19% of children are obese, compared to the citywide average of 20%.[59]:&#;12&#;

Ninety-two percent of residents eat some fruits and vegetables every day, which is higher than the city's average of 87%. In , 78% of residents described their health as "good," "very good," or "excellent," equal to the city's average of 78%.[59]:&#;13&#; For every supermarket in Ridgewood and Maspeth, there are 5 bodegas.[59]:&#;10&#;

The nearest major hospitals are Elmhurst Hospital Center in Elmhurst[81] and the Wyckoff Heights Medical Center in Bushwick.

Post offices and ZIP Code[edit]

Ridgewood is covered by ZIP Code , which it shares with neighboring Glendale.[82] The United States Post Office operates three post offices nearby:

Border with Bushwick[edit]

Today, Ridgewood's land area lies within Queens County. However, its political boundary with Brooklyn causes confusion and debate about where the western boundary of Ridgewood truly lies and whether part of Ridgewood is considered to be actually part of Brooklyn. The political dispute dates to the 17th century, when Newtown was under English rule and Boswijck was under Dutch rule. Disputes over the boundary between the two settlements continued until , when a boundary line was drawn through what later became known as the Arbitration Rock.[17][86][87] The street grid plan in Ridgewood and Bushwick was laid out in the late 19th century. Because the Arbitration Rock lay along a diagonal with this grid plan, numerous houses were built on the Brooklyn-Queens boundary, their owners sometimes subject to taxes from both counties.[88][86] During the 19th century, this resulted in situations where some houses received water and fire protection from what was then the city of Brooklyn, while their neighbors in Queens had to rely on volunteer firefighting squads and paid exorbitant water bills to private utilities in Elmhurst.[88]

In , the political boundary was adapted to the street grid, resulting in a zig-zag pattern.[86][87][a] The change resulted in 2, persons' addresses being reassigned from Queens to Brooklyn, and persons' addresses reassigned from Brooklyn to Queens.[87] Modern addresses in the two boroughs can be distinguished by the presence or absence of a hyphen in the house number.[89] Queens's house numbering system uses a hyphen between the closest cross-street (which comes before the hyphen) and the actual address (which comes after the hyphen).[90] While buildings fronting on streets that are west of Forest Avenue and the Bay Ridge Branch follow the Queens address numbering system, the avenues which run parallel to the county line—bounded by Metropolitan Avenue to the north, Forest Avenue to the east, and the Brooklyn border to the south—do not follow this address numbering system. Streets in this area that run perpendicular to the county line are demarcated by a jump in numbering sequence between the two boroughs.[89]

ZIP Code changes[edit]

Since at least , when the boroughs of Brooklyn and Queens were created as part of the City of Greater New York, Glendale and Ridgewood's postal mail had been routed through the main Brooklyn post office in Williamsburg, rather than the main post office in Flushing, because they are located closer to Williamsburg.[91] When ZIP Codes were assigned in , the neighborhoods were assigned Brooklyn ZIP Codes with the prefix, along with all areas whose mail was routed through a Brooklyn post office.[91] This gave Glendale and Ridgewood a Brooklyn mailing address despite actually being located in Queens.[91] The neighborhoods' ZIP Code of was shared with Bushwick, Brooklyn, as well as with Wyckoff Heights on the border of the two boroughs. After the New York City blackout, newspapers around the country published UPI and Associated Press' photos of Bushwick residents with stolen items and a police officer beating a suspected looter, and Bushwick became known for riots and looting.[92] Afterward, the communities of Ridgewood and Glendale expressed a desire to disassociate themselves from Bushwick.[55]

Following complaints from residents, Postmaster GeneralWilliam Bolger proposed that the ZIP Codes would be changed if United States RepresentativeGeraldine Ferraro could produce evidence that 70% of residents supported it.[91][93] After Ferraro's office distributed ballots to residents, 93 percent of the returned ballots voted for the change.[56] The change to ZIP Code was made effective January 13, [57]

Newspaper[edit]

The Ridgewood Times, established in and now known as the Times Newsweekly, serves as the community newspaper.[94] It is published in English and was formerly published in German as well.[45]

The Ridgewood Post is an online version of the community newspaper. It is a part of the Queens Post group, a subsidiary of Outer Boro Media, which publishes seven local news sites in Queens and one in North Brooklyn.

Education[edit]

Ridgewood and Maspeth generally have a lower rate of college-educated residents than the rest of the city as of [update]. While 33% of residents age 25 and older have a college education or higher, 16% have less than a high school education and 50% are high school graduates or have some college education. By contrast, 39% of Queens residents and 43% of city residents have a college education or higher.[59]:&#;6&#; The percentage of Ridgewood and Maspeth students excelling in math rose from 36% in to 67% in , and reading achievement rose from 42% to 49% during the same time period.[95]

Ridgewood and Maspeth's rate of elementary school student absenteeism is less than the rest of New York City. In Ridgewood and Maspeth, 14% of elementary school students missed twenty or more days per school year, lower than the citywide average of 20%.[60]:&#;24 (PDF p. 55)&#;[59]:&#;6&#; Additionally, 82% of high school students in Ridgewood and Maspeth graduate on time, more than the citywide average of 75%.[59]:&#;6&#;

Schools[edit]

Ridgewood's public schools are operated by the New York City Department of Education. Ridgewood contains the following public elementary schools, which serve grades PK-5 unless otherwise indicated:

The following middle schools are located in Ridgewood:

Grover Cleveland High School is the only high school in Ridgewood, and is the zoned public high school to most of Ridgewood.[]

There are two Catholic grammar schools located in the neighborhood. The first one is the Notre Dame Catholic Academy (formerly known as Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal School) located on Bleecker and 61st Streets. The second one is St. Matthias Catholic Academy located on Catalpa Avenue between Onderdonk and Woodward Avenues.

Libraries[edit]

The Queens Public Library's Ridgewood branch is located at Madison Street.[]

The Brooklyn Public Library's Washington Irving branch is located at Irving Avenue near Woodbine Street, just across Ridgewood's border with Bushwick.[] The Queens and Brooklyn Public Libraries are separate library systems and are not interchangeable.[]

Transportation[edit]

The New York City Subway's BMT Myrtle Avenue Line (M train) runs through the heart of Ridgewood with stops at Seneca Avenue, Forest Avenue, and Fresh Pond Road. Additionally, the Myrtle–Wyckoff Avenues station, in the southern portion of Ridgewood, is a transportation hub serving the Myrtle Avenue Line, the BMT Canarsie Line (L train), and several buses.[] At the end of the Myrtle Avenue Line is the Fresh Pond Yard, a storage yard for the M train. Halsey Street (L train) has entrances in both Ridgewood and Bushwick.[]

The Ridgewood Terminal at the Myrtle–Wyckoff Avenues station serves New York City Bus' B13, B26, B52, B54, Q55 and Q58 lines. The B20, B38, B57, Q38, Q39, Q54 and Q67 bus lines also serve Ridgewood.[] In addition, the neighborhood is home to the large Fresh Pond Bus Depot, which services many of the buses that run throughout Brooklyn and Queens.

Parks and recreation[edit]

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Ridgewood Veterans Triangle

The Ridgewood Park baseball ground, built on land owned by William Wallace,[] was part of a larger entertainment area bounded by Wyckoff Avenue, Covert Street, Halsey Street, and Irving Avenue. From to , it was home to the Brooklyn Bridegrooms (later the Brooklyn Dodgers and now the Los Angeles Dodgers) for their Sunday games.[] The property continued to operate until [] Another similarly named site, called Grauer's Ridgewood Park, was located between Myrtle Avenue, Cypress Avenue, Seneca Avenue, and Decatur Street, and was used mainly as a picnic site.[][]

Mafera Park, named after former Queens borough president Joseph F. Mafera, is located south of the Fresh Pond Junction, between the Myrtle Avenue elevated line to the west and the Bay Ridge Branch to the east.[]

Notable people[edit]

Notable current and former residents of Ridgewood include:

  • Pedro Beato (born ), pitcher who played for the New York Mets.[]
  • James Cagney (–), actor[]
  • Peter Daempfle (born ), author[]
  • Chris Distefano (born ), comedian[]
  • Joe Duplantier (born ), French-American musician and producer, owner of Silver Cord Studio (Rockwall studios complex on the Halsey stop).[][]
  • Ron Eldard (born ), actor[]
  • Philip Giaccone (–), Bonnano crime familycapo[citation needed]
  • Mitski (born ), singer-songwriter[]
  • Jeannie Ortega (born ), recording artist, songwriter, actress[citation needed]
  • Rosie Perez (born ), actress (attended school in Ridgewood)
  • Tommy Ramone (–), musician, original member of the Ramones.[]
  • Katie Sandwina (–), circus strongwoman and one time "Strongest Woman in the World" opened a restaurant at 70–02 Cypress Hills Street in []
  • Dan Schneider (born ), poet and critic
  • Genesis P-Orridge (–), avant-garde musician (Throbbing Gristle, Psychic TV)[]
  • Bob Sheppard (–), public address announcer for the New York Yankees and New York Giants.[]
  • Gus Van (–), singer and vaudeville star, part of the team of Van & Schenck
  • Reginald VelJohnson (born ), actor
  • John Ventimiglia (born ), actor

References[edit]

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Crime Statistics For Ridgewood, NY

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Crime Comparison for Ridgewood, NY per , people

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Larceny Theft

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  • Public transportation (how close stops are)
  • Housing cost (single bedroom or studio per month)
  • Surrounding stores for food and shopping

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Rego Park

This neighborhood is a good option if you need access to public transportation. It&#;s also safe and relatively close to shops and grocery stores.

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Demographics

    • Residents: 28,
    • Household income: $75,
    • Race makeup: % White, % Asian, % Hispanic, and % Black.
    • Ages: 31% are between the ages of 25–44, 28% between 45–64, and 19% over

Safety in the neighborhood

The area&#;s low crime rate is attributed to its seclusion and reputation as a &#;suburb within the city.&#; With a non-fatal assault rate of 14 per , people, Rego Park and Forest Hills&#;s rate of violent crimes per capita is less than that of the city as a whole.

Public transportation 5 star

Three subway lines run through this neighborhood: E, M, and R. The best stop for residents is 63 Drive &#; Rego Park Station.

Housing cost

Housing cost ranges from $1, to $2, a month.

Surrounding stores for food and shopping

A few grocery stores to note are Foodtown of Rego Park, Netcost Market, Fresh Value Marketplace, and R&M Supermarket.

There are not many shops in this neighborhood, but a few to mention are Rego Center, Mandee, century21, and Pier.


Woodhaven

This is a great neighborhood to live in for safety and transportation. Housing cost and shopping is a little harder to come by though.

Woodhaven ny

Demographics

    • Residents: 56,
    • Household income: $51,
    • Race makeup: % Hispanic, % Asian, % White, and % Black.
    • Ages: 22% are between the ages of between 0–17, 30% between 25–44, and 27% between 45–

Safety in the neighborhood 5 star

The chance of becoming a victim of either violent or property crime in Woodhaven is 1 in Based on FBI crime data, Woodhaven is not one of the safest communities in America. Relative to Michigan, Woodhaven has a crime rate that is higher than 77% of the state&#;s cities and towns of all sizes.

Public transportation

The J, Z subway goes right through the neighborhood with the best stop being Woodhaven Blvd.

Housing cost

Housing cost ranges between $1, and $1,

Surrounding stores for food and shopping

Many grocery stores are in this neighborhood. A few to note are Scaturro Super Market, Compare Food Market, S & D Deli and Grocery Corp, Fine Fare Supermarkets, and Superior 88 Deli & Grocery.

A few specialty shops are in this neighborhood. A few popular ones are Schmidt&#;s Candy, Planet Hobbywood, and New Cafe Sugar and Spice.


Ridgewood

This is a very safe neighborhood, but when it comes to shopping, it doesn&#;t have many options. Housing cost is a little high and public transportation is nearby.

Ridgewood ny

Demographics

    • Residents: 69,
    • Household income:$71,
    • Race makeup: % Hispanic, % White, % Asian, and % Black.
    • Ages: Most inhabitants are youth and middle-aged adults: 22% are between the ages of 0–17, 31% between 25–44, and 26% between 45–

Safety in the neighborhood 5 star

The overall crime rate in Ridgewood is 74% lower than the national average. For every , people, there are daily crimes that occur in Ridgewood. Ridgewood is safer than 90% of the cities in the United States. In Ridgewood you have a 1 in chance of becoming a victim of any crime.

Public transportation

The M subway line runs right through this neighborhood, and one can either stop at the Fresh Pond Road Station or Seneca Avenue Station to get where you are going.

Housing cost

Living here would cost you a little more than other places, between $1, and $2, a month.

Surrounding stores for food and shopping

The best grocery stores to go to in this neighborhood is Billy&#;s Marketplace, Food Universe marketplace, Shop Fair Supermarkets, Vitelio&#;s Marketplace, and Mount Everest Grocery & Deli.

Only a few shopping options are around: Deep Cuts Record Store, Gotham Thrift, Stay Forever, and Ridgewood Antiques.


Astoria

This is a great place to live. With great transportation and surrounding shops and grocery stores, you&#;ll always have options for food. The only thing holding this neighborhood back is the crime rates and apartment costs.

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Demographics

    • Residents: 78,
    • Household income: $66,
    • Race makeup: % White, % Hispanic or Latino, % Asian, % African American, and % Native American.
    • Ages: 16% are between the ages of 0–17, 41% between 25–44, and 22% between 45– College-aged is 10% and elderly residents is 12%.

Safety in the neighborhood

With a crime rate of 50 per one thousand residents, Astoria has one of the highest crime rates in America compared to all communities of all sizes &#; from the smallest towns to the very largest cities. One&#;s chance of becoming a victim of either violent or property crime here is one in

Public transportation 5 star

Any stop along the N, W subway service will get you where you need to go. It runs right through the neighborhood. Stops Ditmars Blvd Station (north side) or 36th Avenue (south side) will take you on your journey.

Housing cost

For housing, you&#;ll range from $1, a month to upwards of $2,, depending on how nice of a place you want.

Surrounding stores for food and shopping

There are a few specialty and clothing shops in this neighborhood. A few to note are Lavender Label-Little Soap Shop, The Brass Owl, and The Astoria Bookshop.

As far as supermarkets and grocery stores, there are plenty of options. A few to mention are Trade Fair, CTown Supermarkets (a few), and Titan Foods.


Long Island City

Long Island City is closest to Manhattan which makes for easy travel. Public transportation is very accessible and there are a few grocery stores and shops in the neighborhood.

Long Island City

Demographics

    • Residents: 20,
    • Household income: $66,
    • Race makeup: % Hispanic or Latino, % African American, % Pacific Islander, and % White.
    • Ages: NA

Safety in the neighborhood

For every , people, there are daily crimes that occur in Astoria-Long Island City. Astoria-Long Island City is safer than 53% of the cities in New York. In Astoria-Long Island City you have a 1 in 51 chance of becoming a victim of any crime.

Public transportation 5 star

Many public transportation subways run in or near Long Island City. The closest one is in the heart of the neighborhood: G subway at 21 Street-Van Alst Station.

Housing cost

Housing ranges from $1, to $1, a month. It&#;s on the upper end compared to other places in New York City.

Surrounding stores for food and shopping

For grocery stores, there are Key Food Supermarkets, E & I Deli and Grocery, Natural Frontier Market, and Millie&#;s Deli & Grocery.

Shops named Just Things, Matted, and Long Island City Kleaners are a few shops in this area.


Briarwood

Overall, this is a safe and convenient neighborhood to live in. The only downside is the grocery stores and shops &#; there are not many nearby.

Briarwood queens ny

Demographics

    • Residents: 53,
    • Household income: $50,
    • Race makeup: % White, % Black, % Hispanic, and % Asian.
    • Ages: NA

Safety in the neighborhood

Queens has an overall crime rate of 13 per 1, residents, making the crime rate here near the average for all cities and towns of all sizes in America. According to our analysis of FBI crime data, your chance of becoming a victim of crime in Queens is 1 in

Public transportation

The E, F subway runs around the perimeter of the neighborhood. The best stop is Sutphin Blvd.

Housing cost

Housing cost is between $1, and $2, a month &#; a little on the higher end.

Surrounding stores for food and shopping

A few ethnic grocery stores like Taj Mahal Supermarket and Kawran Bazar Inc are options.

There are not many shopping options other than R & P Smoke Shop and Moto Sports Tires and Wheels.


Richmond Hill

All aspects of living in Richmond Hill are good except stores and grocery shopping. There are stores nearby, just not in the neighborhood.

richmond hill queens ny

Demographics

    • Residents: 62,
    • Household income: $69,
    • Race makeup: % Hispanic or Latino, % Asian, % White, % African American, and % Native American.
    • Ages: 22% are between the ages of between 0–17, 30% between 25–44, and 27% between 45– College-aged is 17% and elderly residents is 7%.

Safety in the neighborhood

With a non-fatal assault rate of 43 per , people, Richmond Hill and Kew Gardens&#;s rate of violent crimes per capita is less than that of the city as a whole. The incarceration rate of per , people is lower than that of the city as a whole.

Public transportation 5 star

The J, Z subway line goes right through the neighborhood making it easy to access the public transportation system. Stop Street Station (west side) or Jamaica &#; Van Wyck Subway Station (east side) are good options.

Housing cost 5 star

Rens starts in the $1,s and goes up to an average of $2, They&#;re good prices if you ask us!

Surrounding stores for food and shopping

There are not many options when it comes to grocery stores. Key Food Supermarkets has a location here.

There are a few shops in the neighborhood like &#;Pawn Shop, Buy- Sell- Trade&#; and &#;Rubie&#;s Costume Company &#; Richmond Hill Flagship Store.&#; Your best bet, however, is to go south a few blocks were there are more shops.


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