Livability Score

71
/100
i The AreaVibes Livability Score evaluates 9 different categories and creates an overall score out of 100. The higher the score, the better the area.

amenities A+

There are lots of amenities close to this location.
Coffee (29) A+
European Coffee Bar
Coffee Shop
Spolem Café and Lounge
Coffee Shop
The Spot
Coffee Shop
The Nest Fine Desserts
Coffee Shop
Cute Cat Café
Coffee Shop
Rogner Cafe and Lounge
Coffee Shop
C.Lo Cafe
Coffee Shop
Nomad Cafe and Eatery
Coffee Shop
L'aroma Dei Cafe
Coffee Shop
Cafe Plein Air
Coffee Shop
Norma's Corner Shoppe
Coffee Shop
Porcelain
Coffee Shop
Cafe M Seneca
Coffee Shop
#1 Natural Juice Bar
Coffee Shop
Sebastian's Cafe
Coffee Shop
Milk & Pull
Coffee Shop
AMA Coffee
Coffee Shop
Rudy's Pastry Shop
Coffee Shop
Café Moca
Coffee Shop
Onderdonk Cafe
Coffee Shop
Bravo's Café and Restaurant
Coffee Shop
Evertz's Cafe Restaurant
Coffee Shop
Chispa
Coffee Shop
Joel's Bakery
Coffee Shop
La Lampara Cafe
Coffee Shop
Entertainment (20) A+
Kimberly Klark Gallery
Art Gallery
Kimberly Klark
Art Gallery
Reservoir Art Space
Theatre Arts
Vixen Lounge & Cabaret Bar
Nightclub
Banana Space
Art Gallery
Valentine Gallery
Art Gallery
Lucy Pullen Ridgewood
Art Gallery
Gloria's Project Space
Art Gallery
Superchief Gallery
Art Gallery
Lorimoto Gallery
Art Gallery
Lorimoto
Art Gallery
Outpost Artists Resources
Theatre Arts
Knockdown center
Theatre Arts
Basement NYC
Nightclub
Tri-TryAgain
Theatre Arts
The Venue Party Hall
Nightclub
The Deep End
Nightclub
Rockwall Studios
Theatre Arts
H0L0
Nightclub
Ketchup Gallery
Art Gallery
Aquarius Studios
Art Gallery
Studio Three Thirty
Art Gallery
Greater Ridgewood Historical Society
Museum
Starr Space
Nightclub
Underdonk
Art Gallery
Food and Drink (107) A+
Twist It Top It
Sweets
Energy Fuel
Fast Food
Glenlo Tavern
Bar
Fresh Pond Liquor Store
Alcohol
Unknown Name
Fast Food
Zabka Deli
Deli
Dunkin'
Fast Food
Roksana Gourmet Deli
Fast Food
T-Mobile Store;SUBWAY® Restaurants
Fast Food
Seneca Garden II Polish American Deli
Deli
Unknown Name
Fast Food
Junior's Liquors
Alcohol
Myrtle Ave Liquors, Inc.
Alcohol
Gottscheer Hall
Bar
Val's Wine & Liquor
Alcohol
The Windjammer
Bar
Metro Deli Mini Market
Deli
KFC
Fast Food
Boston Market
Fast Food
Baskin-Robbins
Sweets
Sweet Jane's
Bar
Club House Sports Bar
Bar
Ice Cream Window
Sweets
Slovianka
Deli
Flying Fox Tavern
Bar
Fitness (9) A+
Force Fitness
Gym
All Yoga NYC
Gym
Fit Nation
Gym
New Land Community Center
Community Centre
Retro Fitness
Gym
Blink Fitness
Gym
World Gym
Gym
Planet Fitness
Gym
Mayday Space
Community Centre
Latinos Americanos Unidos
Community Centre
YES Studio
Gym
Solid Gold Yogi
Gym
Blink Fitness
Gym
The Base
Community Centre
GG's Social Trade & Treasure Club
Community Centre
Loom Yoga Bushwick
Gym
Pilates and Fitness
Gym
Martial Arts & Fitness
Gym
Nina's Gymnastics Center
Gym
Bushwick Crossfit
Gym
Blink Fitness
Gym
HOTYOGA4YOU
Gym
Utopia School
Community Centre
St. Nicks Alliance
Community Centre
NYCHA Borinquen Plaza Community Center
Community Centre
Groceries (30) A+
Catania Bakery
Bakery
Ridgewood Farm Market
Grocery Store
Price Choice Supermarket
Grocery Store
Valentino Food Market
Grocery Store
Checos Food Universe
Grocery Store
Joe's Fish Market III
Seafood
Old World Bakery
Bakery
Young Grocery
Grocery Store
Grimaldi's Bakery and Cafe
Bakery
Los Andes Mert Corp
Butcher
Vitelio's Marketplace
Grocery Store
Millers and Makers
Bakery
Morscher's Pork Store
Butcher
European Coffee and Bakery
Bakery
International Bake Shop
Bakery
Good Neighbors Supermarket
Grocery Store
Plaza Biaxtla Bakery
Bakery
Cabana Jorge
Bakery
Rudy's Pastry Shop
Bakery
Himalaya Food Market
Grocery Store
Associated Supermarket
Grocery Store
Muncan Food Corporation
Butcher
99 cents
Grocery Store
Ridgewood Pork Store
Butcher
Stop & Shop
Grocery Store
Parks (8) A+
Benninger Playground
Playground
Rosemary's Playground
Playground
Joseph F. Mafera Park
Park
Unknown Name
Playground
Grover Cleveland Park
Park
Reiff Playground
Park
Evergreen Park
Park
Unknown Name
Playground
Drumn Circle
Park
Unknown Name
Playground
Starr Playground
Park
Greenstreets
Park
"Uncle" Vito E. Maranzano Glendale Playground
Park
Unknown Name
Playground
Unknown Name
Playground
Unknown Name
Playground
Unknown Name
Playground
Bushwick Playground
Park
Glendale Veterans Triangle
Park
Heisser Triangle
Park
Frontera Park
Park
Oliver Hazard Triangle
Park
Unknown Name
Playground
Irving Square Park Playground
Playground
Hope Ballfield
Park
Shops (227) A+
Polski Barber Shop
Hairdresser
Five Star Pet Shop
Pets
Metro by T-Mobile
Electronics
Yang Hua 99 Cents
Discount Store
Noble Hardware Home Center
Home Improvement
Bliss Beauty Salon
Beauty
Garden Convenience Deli
Convenience Store
Fresh Pond Express Deli
Convenience Store
S and S Spa
Beauty
Fresh Nails
Beauty
Fresh Pond Hardware
Home Improvement
La Moda Fashions
Clothing
Flowers by Renia and Gifts
Florist
R & M Children's Boutique
Clothing
Gary’s
Hairdresser
A and D Grill and Deli
Convenience Store
Flowers by Nonna
Florist
Wallgreen's
Convenience Store
Platz Hardware True Value
Home Improvement
Forest Deli
Convenience Store
Jantar Deli
Convenience Store
CompuStop Corporation
Electronics
NYCOM Wireless Verizon Retailer
Electronics
Olympic Deli and Grill
Convenience Store
City Cut
Hairdresser
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commute A+

Of all people who commute, 63.5% take public transportation in Ridgewood.
Public Transit Stops (120)
Stops & Stations
A+
Fresh Pond Road & Linden Street
Bus Stop
Fresh Pond Road & Gates Avenue
Bus Stop
Fresh Pond Road & Palmetto Street
Bus Stop
Fresh Pond Road & Woodbine Street
Bus Stop
Fresh Pond Road & Grove Street
Bus Stop
Fresh Pond Road & Menahan Street
Bus Stop
Putnam Avenue & Fresh Pond Road
Bus Stop
Fresh Pond Road & Putnam Avenue
Bus Stop
Putnam Avenue & Forest Avenue
Bus Stop
Forest Avenue & Madison Street
Bus Stop
Fresh Pond Road & Bleecker Street
Bus Stop
Fresh Pond Road & Metropolitan Avenue
Bus Stop
Fresh Pond Road
Transit Station
Fresh Pond Road & 68th Avenue
Bus Stop
Madison Avenue & Fairview Avenue
Bus Stop
Metropolitan Avenue & Fresh Pond Road
Bus Stop
Metropolitan Avenue & 62nd Street
Bus Stop
Metropolitan Avenue & Fresh Pond Road
Bus Stop
Metropolitan Avenue & 61st Street
Bus Stop
Forest Avenue
Transit Station
Metropolitan Avenue & Admiral Avenue
Bus Stop
Metropolitan Avenue & 60th Place
Bus Stop
Metropolitan Avenue & 60th Lane
Bus Stop
Metropolitan Avenue & 65th Street
Bus Stop
Fresh Pond Road & Eliot Avenue
Bus Stop
Workers Taking Public Transit
63.5%
A+
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cost of living F

The cost of living in Ridgewood is 185/100 - which is 58% higher than New York.
Cost of Living
Goods & Services, Housing, etc.
F
Tax Rates
Income & Sales Tax
F
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crime D-

Ridgewood crime rates are 2,413 per 100k, which is 12% higher than New York
Property Crime
1,883 crimes per 100k
C-
Violent Crime
530 crimes per 100k
F
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employment A+

The median income in Ridgewood is $76,103 - which is 25% higher than New York.
Med. Household Income
$76,103
B
Unemployment Rate
3.7%
C
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health A

There are many hospitals, police and fire stations.
Health & Safety (35)
Dentist, Doctor, Hospital, etc.
A+
Taverna Vito MD
Doctor
I.M. Pediatrics, PC
Doctor
Joseph Reina Pharmacy Inc
Pharmacy
Dental Health Gentle
Dentist
Wallgreen's
Pharmacy
Forest Pharmacy
Pharmacy
Mil-Rue Pharmacy
Pharmacy
Patient Friendly Dental
Dentist
Rite Aid
Pharmacy
DocCare
Doctor
Centers Urgent Care
Clinic
Walgreens
Pharmacy
Ridgewood Medical Services
Clinic
Eurodental
Dentist
Multy Specialty Clinic
Doctor
Skinworks Dermatology
Doctor
NYPD 104 PCT
Police
FDNY L140
Fire Station
FDNY E291
Fire Station
Unknown Name
Doctor
General Dentistry
Dentist
Catalpa Dental
Dentist
Nature's Way Pharmacy
Pharmacy
Sherman Pharmacy 2
Pharmacy
Duane Reade
Pharmacy
Air Quality
Median Air Quality
F
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housing B

Ridgewood home prices are $756,326 - which is 164% higher than New York
Home Price
$756,326
A+
Home Appreciation Rate
43%
A+
Home Affordability
9.9x (home price to income ratio)
F
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schools B-

The Ridgewood graduation rate is 77% - which is 6% lower than New York
School Test Scores
51%
D-
High School Grad. Rates
77%
D
Elementary Schools (12) A+
Is 93 Ridgewood
Ps 71 Forest
Ps 88 Seneca
St Matthias Catholic Academy
Ace Academy For Scholars At The Geraldine Ferraro Campus
Ps 153 Maspeth Elementary
Ps 239
Middle Village Preparatory Charter School
Is 77
Ps 81 Jean Paul Richter
Robert E Peary School
Learners And Leaders
Ps 68 Cambridge
St Brigid School
Ps 128 The Lorraine Tuzzo Juniper Valley Elementary
Ps 91 Richard Arkwright
Ps 9
St Stanislaus Kostka School
St Pancras School
Jhs 162 Willoughby (The)
Martin Luther School
All City Leadership Secondary School
Ps 86 Irvington (The)
Redeemer Lutheran School
Ps 116 Elizabeth L Farrell
High Schools (2) A+
Grover Cleveland High School
Christ The King High School
Brooklyn School For Social Justice (The)
Academy Of Urban Planning And Engineering
Brooklyn School For Math And Research (The)
Academy For Environmental Leadership
Martin Luther School
All City Leadership Secondary School
Math Engineering And Science Academy Charter High School
Bushwick Community High School
Maspeth High School
Achievement First-Bushwick Charter School
Bushwick Leaders Hs For Academic Excellence
Brooklyn High School For Law And Technology
Ebc High School For Public Service-Bushwick
Excellence Girls Charter School
Cypress Hills Collegiate Preparatory School
Brooklyn Lab School
Academy Of Innovative Technology
Urban Assembly School For Collaborative Healthcare
Multicultural High School
Brooklyn Latin School (The)
East Williamsburg Scholars Academy
Progress High School For Professional Careers
High School Of Enterprise Business & Technology
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ratings B-

Ridgewood has an overall rating of 70% from 7 reviews.
User Reviews (4)
From AreaVibes
D+
User Surveys (3)
From AreaVibes
A+
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This is my neighborhood 4 rating By Anonymous ( Jul 28, 2019) I have lived on and off in Ridgewood for the last 45 years. I have owned a home, opened a business, got married and had children in Ridgewood. I have seen the neighborhood go from drug infested blocks to condos. I have seen affordable homes at one time now become unaffordable ...Read More to the average working class family. That being said this is not a ghetto. Ridgewood is a vibrante multi cultural neighborhood that has a lot to offer. You have your Starbuck and Blink but you will also have your Botanica, Chinese fast food and Dominican restaurants with all there delicious food. You might even find a place where you can buy live fresh poultry if that's is your thing. There are plenty of places to shop and if you don't find what you need you can always jump on the L train or the M train and be in Manhattan in about 20 minutes. Maybe Ridgewood is not for everyone but you need to see where it was at one time and where it is now. This will always be my home. Read Less
Your mileage might vary... 3 rating By miukat ( May 25, 2013) First of all, Ridgewood is not a ghetto. Please disregard the prior reviewer's assessment. There are plenty of places in NY where you can fear for your life when you walk out the door. Ridgewood is not one of them. If you are of the opinion that diversity is a negative when i ...Read More t comes to a neighborhood, than it isn't for you. As a matter of fact, neither Queens, nor NYC is for you, as one of our strengths is the array of diversity and the ability to live with each other (more or less).

Food: There are at least 6 supermarkets in Ridgewood, with a ton more in a 10 mile radius. Even a Trader Joe's if you drive or take the bus. Many supermarkets have extensive ethnic sections, so if you like to cook, chances are you can find bizarre ingredients right outside your door. (I happen to love this.) Take out and restaurants are definitely limited in this neighborhood, but is getting better. Chinese, Indian, Thai, Pizzerias on every corner, Mexican, Dominican, Columbian, and probably some more. Also, delis are everywhere if you need something and you don't want to go to the supermarket. We also boast some great butchers and bakeries.

Transportation: We have 2 major train lines, M and L. Both travel through Brooklyn before getting to Manhattan. Not the best trains, but about 40 min from downtown Manhattan. Many buses come through here, the major one, the Q58. This connects with many other buses/trains. If you need a cab, you can call one or get an illegal one. Parking is a nightmare, lots of people with lots of cars. Streets with businesses have muni-metered parking.

Housing: Most of Ridgewood is made up of 4 family railroad apartments, hence the high density of people and cars. There are various two family houses, and other permutations of living arrangements, but most of Ridgewood looks the same. Rents here are cheaper than in other places, since it takes a while to get to Manhattan, but if you have a car and are willing to play the parking game, it's very convenient.

People: Historically, the neighborhood was German and Italian. There are remnants of this in the vegetable stands and butcher shops. This has shifted to mostly Eastern European and Hispanic, depending on if you are in Ridgewood, Queens, or Ridgewood, Brooklyn. The Eastern Europeans have opened many shops and delis providing cheap comfort food to neighborhood working people. Queens and Brooklyn supports a large Hispanic population, so this is normal for most parts.

Shopping: Myrtle ave, as reported before, does have a large amount of dollar stores and discount shopping. Personally, I like shopping here, as there are a few beauty supply stores, Telco discount clothing store, a few name brand stores, like NY and Company, and some junior's stores, like Mandee, Joyce Leslie, and Rainbow. I like being able to run out in the day if I need to put together something quick to go out in. Dollar stores have their own peculiar following, but I like to get cleaning supplies and odds and ends there rather than the supermarket. Also, more thrift shops have opened in the past few years and I like that too.

Safety: I feel relatively safe here. Our apartment was broken into once when we weren't home, but that's the only problem we had here. I don't make a habit of wandering around by myself late at night, and keep the doors and windows locked. It's NYC, though, and these things happen. During the day, I feel safe here.

All in all, I've liked living here the last 10 years. It's NY. It's expensive, there's a lot of people, everything you do throughout the day is a PITA, but if you want to live here, you deal with it. Read Less
Ridgewood? Don't think twice! Run! 0.5 rating By Lolita ( Jan 23, 2013) Its horrible area. Dirty, 1 dollar stores all over, strange mixture of mostly old and super weird younger people, varying from Arab, Polish, Latinos, Chinese. Smells all over, people are harsh and impolite. The M train stations are big stinky holes, and I hear only bad things ab ...Read More out travelling on that train. The Myrtle-Wyckoff station of M/L train is a horrifying representation of the area, the feel when u put a foot on it is that if you don't get murdered today, it will be next time. Its not fun to live in Ridgewood and in actuality its extremely depressing, although not as depressing as Bronx, but almost there. I name it one of the many ghettos in NYC, pretty horrifying. There is NO entertainment, no nightlife. If 1 dollar stores is called shopping, Fresh Pond Road is the 5th avenue of the 1 dollar stores. Full of them. There are no attractions whatsoever, except nasty old looking trashy houses from whenever Queens was built. The only gem of Ridgewood is Force Fitness Club that creates something like a community feel. However its on the border Maspeth/Ridgewood so probably its not even relevant. The other shopping street is Myrtle Ave. I once walked on it and I am so done with the Ridgewood "shopping". In NYC, the general opinion is that people don't need to have cars since the public transport is allegedly so well organized. No, you so need a car in NYC especially if you live in one of the ghettos. My recommendations on Ridgewood? Turn around and run till you cant breathe, and then do it again and again. Then go online and find a place in Astoria or Forest Hills. Read Less
Ridgewood, New York, NY: Very Historic 4 rating By Anonymous ( Sep 25, 2012) I have lived in New York, NY for about 2 years now. There are many things I really like about this area. There are also many things I do not like. One thing I like is how everything is located close by. You will not have to drive 20 miles to get to a shopping mall or Wal-Mart. Ev ...Read More erything you could need is located within 5 miles. There are several places to shop and eat. There is also plenty of entertainment in this area. You will find yourself discovering new things every day. Historical buildings are also very popular in this area. There are plenty of historical sites to explore year around.

The neighborhood I live in is Ridgewood. There are many bad and good things about this neighborhood. One thing I rather like is the old historical houses. Most of the houses in this neighborhood have been there since it was first built. The houses have held up rather well too. Another thing I really enjoyed was how there is plenty of stuff in walking distance from this neighborhood. There is also the "M train" that runs through Ridgewood. This would be the train you get on to go anywhere you cannot walk. The streets are always crowded. All of the streets tend to be narrow two lane roads. On these roads there is a small spot for parking on each side. There is only one public school located in Ridgewood. They are currently trying to get it shut down due to the amount of crime surrounding it. The actual neighborhood has its ups and downs. The people who live there are all very nice. The only problem is the amount of gang related activities around this area. This neighborhood is not geared toward children. It is fine for you and your significant other, but I would not throw a child in the mix.

Overall, this neighborhood has its good and bad things about it. If you are looking for a decent neighborhood with quite a few attractions, this might be the one for you. Keep Ridgewood in mind when deciding on your next big move! Read Less
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Ridgewood? Don't think twice! Run! 0.5 rating By Lolita ( Jan 23, 2013) Its horrible area. Dirty, 1 dollar stores all over, strange mixture of mostly old and super weird younger people, varying from Arab, Polish, Latinos, Chinese. Smells all over, people are harsh and impolite. The M train stations are big stinky holes, and I hear only bad things ab ...Read More out travelling on that train. The Myrtle-Wyckoff station of M/L train is a horrifying representation of the area, the feel when u put a foot on it is that if you don't get murdered today, it will be next time. Its not fun to live in Ridgewood and in actuality its extremely depressing, although not as depressing as Bronx, but almost there. I name it one of the many ghettos in NYC, pretty horrifying. There is NO entertainment, no nightlife. If 1 dollar stores is called shopping, Fresh Pond Road is the 5th avenue of the 1 dollar stores. Full of them. There are no attractions whatsoever, except nasty old looking trashy houses from whenever Queens was built. The only gem of Ridgewood is Force Fitness Club that creates something like a community feel. However its on the border Maspeth/Ridgewood so probably its not even relevant. The other shopping street is Myrtle Ave. I once walked on it and I am so done with the Ridgewood "shopping". In NYC, the general opinion is that people don't need to have cars since the public transport is allegedly so well organized. No, you so need a car in NYC especially if you live in one of the ghettos. My recommendations on Ridgewood? Turn around and run till you cant breathe, and then do it again and again. Then go online and find a place in Astoria or Forest Hills. Read Less
Ridgewood, New York, NY: Very Historic 4 rating By Anonymous ( Sep 25, 2012) I have lived in New York, NY for about 2 years now. There are many things I really like about this area. There are also many things I do not like. One thing I like is how everything is located close by. You will not have to drive 20 miles to get to a shopping mall or Wal-Mart. Ev ...Read More erything you could need is located within 5 miles. There are several places to shop and eat. There is also plenty of entertainment in this area. You will find yourself discovering new things every day. Historical buildings are also very popular in this area. There are plenty of historical sites to explore year around.

The neighborhood I live in is Ridgewood. There are many bad and good things about this neighborhood. One thing I rather like is the old historical houses. Most of the houses in this neighborhood have been there since it was first built. The houses have held up rather well too. Another thing I really enjoyed was how there is plenty of stuff in walking distance from this neighborhood. There is also the "M train" that runs through Ridgewood. This would be the train you get on to go anywhere you cannot walk. The streets are always crowded. All of the streets tend to be narrow two lane roads. On these roads there is a small spot for parking on each side. There is only one public school located in Ridgewood. They are currently trying to get it shut down due to the amount of crime surrounding it. The actual neighborhood has its ups and downs. The people who live there are all very nice. The only problem is the amount of gang related activities around this area. This neighborhood is not geared toward children. It is fine for you and your significant other, but I would not throw a child in the mix.

Overall, this neighborhood has its good and bad things about it. If you are looking for a decent neighborhood with quite a few attractions, this might be the one for you. Keep Ridgewood in mind when deciding on your next big move! Read Less

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A+ Amenities

Are there many local amenities in Ridgewood? Yes, there are lots of amenities close to this location.

Parks

Benninger Playground
Rosemary's Playground
Joseph F. Mafera Park
Unknown Name
Grover Cleveland Park
Reiff Playground
Evergreen Park
Unknown Name

Entertainment

Kimberly Klark Gallery
Kimberly Klark
Reservoir Art Space
Vixen Lounge & Cabaret Bar
Banana Space
Valentine Gallery
Lucy Pullen Ridgewood
Gloria's Project Space

Food & Drink

Twist It Top It
Energy Fuel
Glenlo Tavern
Fresh Pond Liquor Store
Unknown Name
Zabka Deli
Dunkin'
Roksana Gourmet Deli

A+ Commute

Is public transit available in Ridgewood? Of all people who commute, 63.5% take public transportation in Ridgewood.
Drive to Work
19%

34% lower than the US average

Take Public Transit
64%

35% higher than the US average

Walk to Work
7%

1% higher than the US average

A+ Health & Safety

Is Ridgewood a healthy and safe place to live? Yes, there are many hospitals, police and fire stations.

Hospitals

NYC Health + Hospitals/Coler
Montefiore Medical Center West Campus Moses Division Hospital
New York City Children's Center Bronx Campus
Kirby Forensic Psychiatric Center
North Central Bronx Hospital
George Rosenfeld Center for Recovery
Cohen’s Children’s Medical Center
Lenox Health Greenwich Village

Pharmacies

Walgreens
Rite Aid
Duane Reade
City Chemist
Saldo Drugs
X.I.P.
Duane Reade
Rite Aid

Doctors

Chait Mental Health Center
Joseph P. Addabbo Family Health Center
New York Academy of Medicine
Marie-France Conde Pediatrics
Forest Hills Podiatry
Quality Med
Ahmadur Rahman MD PC
Robert Lechtenberg, M.D.

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