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Old Today, 02:30 AM
 
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I seen this on Facebook earlier and some older people say lindenwood has been bad/terrible for years which I highly doubt . Anybody familiar with the area can verify ?it has be exaggeration . I think most of Queens is pretty mellow and that’s one of the areas I’d least guess as bad .
my daughter lives there and the area is fine .. we live in bay terrace in queens which is one of the nicest areas in queens and we have about the same rate of issues.

for what it would cost to rent in bay terrace they bought a very nice co-op in howard beach and at least own something that potentially can go up . .
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my daughter lives there and the area is fine .. we live in bay terrace in queens which is one of the nicest areas in queens and we have about the same rate of issues.

for what it would cost to rent in bay terrace they bought a very nice co-op in howard beach and at least own something that potentially can go up . .
They like it there, right?
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Old Today, 09:55 AM
 
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They like it there, right?
yes .

it is just off the beaten path for everything .... it is like here they are in queens and it can still take us 40 minutes from bayside. you either have the belt , the van wyck or woodhaven to deal with
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Old Today, 10:05 AM
 
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yes .

it is just off the beaten path for everything .... it is like here they are in queens and it can still take us 40 minutes from bayside. you either have the belt , the van wyck or woodhaven to deal with
Yeah, Queens is big, it takes me 45 mins driving to get to LIC with no traffic
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Old Today, 10:07 AM
 
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Yeah, Queens is big, it takes me 45 mins driving to get to LIC with no traffic
i was doing some training for my old company a few months ago in long island city ... from lic to bayside took me 1:15 minutes every night
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Old Today, 10:14 AM
 
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i was doing some training for my old company a few months ago in long island city ... from lic to bayside took me 1:15 minutes every night
Sheesh
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Old Today, 10:28 AM
 
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An easy search on Google and SpotcCrime map will tell you that Lindenwood is a low crime ultra safe neighborhood.
Hi crime East New York is adjacent to Lindenwood as well as Howard Beach where the murder of a jogger made headlines
took place not to long ago. That perp was from East New York. Geographical boundaries like highways and bodies of water
are key to keeping neighborhoods isolated and relatively safe for years.This particular crime appears to have been committed by
three banditos residing outside or on the fringes of the community.

Lindenwood 106 Pct = 63 robberies to date - https://www1.nyc.gov/assets/nypd/dow...-us-106pct.pdf


ENY 75 Pct = 327(!) robberies to date - https://www1.nyc.gov/assets/nypd/dow...-us-075pct.pdf


ENY has roughly 5x the number of robberies that Lindenwood does.

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Old Today, 10:43 AM
 
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i was doing some training for my old company a few months ago in long island city ... from lic to bayside took me 1:15 minutes every night
Sheesh wow , I was literally talking about bayside in another thread saying how far it is . Is it worth it ? I hear bayside is really nice but itís so far I never even been .
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Old Today, 10:46 AM
 
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Sheesh wow , I was literally talking about bayside in another thread saying how far it is . Is it worth it ? I hear bayside is really nice but it’s so far I never even been .
we love bayside , specifically bay terrace . my wife is here 40 years now . i am here 15 years . it has everything we want and 5 -10 minutes from major highways and bridges .
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There was always an element of Brooklyn in Queens neighborhoods that border it.
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