Welcome to Queens, the most culturally diverse area in the United States. With such an eclectic mix of ethnicities and heritages comes a bounty of unique experiences that can’t be found anywhere else in the world. It’s a community for those who love to sample all of what life has to offer and aren’t afraid of a little adventure here and there. In one day, you can enjoy some of the best Chinese food in New York City in Flushing (right before taking in a Mets game at Citi Field) and then travel west to Astoria to soak up traditional Greek culture as you sip a cold brew at Bohemian Hall, the oldest beer garden in the city. Or you can explore the clash of aesthetic style by viewing the graffiti artwork on display at 5 Pointz and the contemporary art housed in MoMA’s PS1. Like everything else in Queens, housing options exist on a broad spectrum: luxury high rises with unbeatable river views in Long Island City to Ridgewood’s workforce housing to detached single family homes in the eastern part of the borough. Would you expect anything less varied from this wonderfully assorted community?