Rego Park Reviews
Rating 4.11 out of 5 63 reviews
Rego Park is a very diverse, safe and clean place. Many stores and transportation is near here, making it easier to get to places or just cure your boredom. The people are nice and are from many different places, which made me help understand culture better. However, it is a very old place, meaning that the apartments/ houses would be rusty and out - dated. Not many job opportunities too. Besides that, it is an 11/ 10 place to live.
Very interesting neighborhood to live in, not going to lie. During the hard times of a pandemic, the whole neighborhood got out their windows to clap and make some noise at 7pm every day for the essential workers. This was a sign of appreciation to them and it felt really magical.
Rego Park is a very diverse, mainly residential neighborhood that is still bustling with stores and eateries.
Safe neighborhood, great schools, and great restaurants. Not very diverse and can sometimes be oppressive.
Perfect localization to live: all public transportation, safety and friendly area with many parks, public schools and child care places.
I love Rego Park for it's diversity and it's ability to feel welcoming to anybody in or outside of Queens. It feels like a community of people wanting to help each other out as best they could. It feels like home. The schools are also excellent, I went to PS139 and I have the best memories from those years of my life.
Easy access to public transportation, grocery stores, and restaurants. Many malls in the area, so shopping is not a problem.
It’s a very nice neighborhood, everything is nearby. Plenty of stores and restaurants (with a good variety too). It also has plenty of access to public transportation such as buses and the subway, so you can go anywhere you need to with ease.
I like how the community is very small and I grew up here since I was a kid and I love how safe the neighborhood is
On my commute to school, it feels generally safe other than the common sense to do and not to do. The restaurants are okay with a fast-food chain here and there. However, there is a mall nearby, which can be nice.
Rego Park is a very safe neighborhood. I have lived here for over 15 years. I walk home late or early, around 3 or 4am, from the train station and nothing has happened to me. There are many supermarkets and shops that are all walking distance from my place. It is a safe and nice neighborhood.
One of the safest places in queens, there might not be parking anywhere with all the new apartments being built but its still a fantastic place to live. It's close to the malls and other shops, so there's always something to do.
The environment is family-friendly and full of life. You truly feel like you belong to a community in Rego Park. I don't believe there ever will be a better home for me than this place.
I lived here for about 19 years. i love this neighborhood as there is a lot to do and a lot of diversity. Everything is close by, however the cold of living is on the rise
Very segregated.. If youre american you don't fit in . AND those buildings are so damn old my apartment was haunted.
Rego Park is a very diverse and family-friendly community. Many immigrant groups, such as South Asians, Koreans, Latin Americans, and Russians, settle in this particle area. There are excellent transportation options (being extremely close to the city), public schools, and shopping options, such as Rego Park Center and Russian specialty food stores. All in all, there is no other place like home than Rego Park, Queens.
I enjoy Rego Park's proximity to old Forest Hills, which features architecture dating back to the 1920s. The racial, ethnic and religious diversity of the area provides a great cultural and culinary experience!