Best streets in Ridgewood

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Bleecker St

Ranked 1st best street in Ridgewood

"Piece of heaven on Earth on Bleecker Street"

- ashci08
I fell in love with this street and told the realtor this is where I belong. I brought a house here a couple of months ago and I've been in heaven since. Bleeker street gets a big two thumbs up. I can...
40.7087782982175 -73.9075377298494
Ranked 2nd best street in Ridgewood

"Great Italian vegetable market!"

- orochi
At the corner of Fresh Pond road and Madison street is Valentino’s, the best Italian vegetable market around. The fruits and veggies are cheap and fresh. The main problem with the place is that it’s s...
40.7045376759775 -73.9035477900834

Norman St

Ranked 3rd best street in Ridgewood

"Norman street embodies greenpoint."

- rebeccalynn
Norman Street is a lovely place to walk to take in the true feel of Greenpoint, Brooklyn's home to Polish life and culture. Old ladies sweep their doorways and little shops boast homemade pirogies for...
40.6981560644114 -73.9002620110776
Ranked 4th best street in Ridgewood

"Very Unique Street on Its own"

- mellowfellow
Wyckoff ave is a decent sized street (spans about a mile in length) that is located in northern brooklyn. The entire Wyckoff street spans from cooper ave to flushing ave. Closer to the cooper ave side...
40.6965382102503 -73.9058116594423

60th Ln

Ranked 5th best street in Ridgewood

"Competition for Holiday Heaven"

- bolena
A great place to live. It is true that there is not much yard space and the brownstones on this street are all connected together but it is truly an all American Queens neighborhood. Driving or walk...
40.7060181441075 -73.8989471677728
Ranked 6th best street in Ridgewood

"On Seneca Avenue"

- Macsizzle
Seneca Avenue is a nice street. This neighborhood was also fairly lively and filled with activity, a wonderful place for a young couple or someone new to the city entirely. Living in NYC definitely ha...
40.6967725001993 -73.8977764990632
Ranked 7th best street in Ridgewood

"Fairview gets thumbs up"

- orochi
Fairview Ave is runs from Cleveland park and ends at Forest Ave. Cleveland park is nice and large, often a little crowded with families and dogs. Where Fairview runs into Forest ave is a stop for the...
40.707031632626 -73.9063881618369
Ranked 8th best street in Ridgewood

"Fresh pond road has some good polish delis"

- orochi
This section of Queens is like Greenpoint east, in that there is a growing Polish community. As a result, there are quite a few Polish delis with a great selection of Polish sausages if you're into me...
40.709392541282 -73.8987002495468
Ranked 9th best street in Ridgewood

"Good value on a quiet street"

- mmmNyc
Located on the border of Bushwick and Ridgewood, this Queens portion of Jefferson avenue is farily quiet and safe. While the immediate neighborhood has little to offer in terms of culture, nightlife...
40.6979481034953 -73.9067616655161

Unranked Streets

70th Ave


"Another good hardware store in Queens"

- orochi
This street is in part of Queens which feels pretty suburban. The most notable thing on this short road of only two blocks is Glendale Company. This place is super friendly, and the people who work he...
40.7067322096786 -73.8777120760323

60th Pl


"Asian market and good dry cleaner's"

- orochi
This road is also a shortcut between Myrtle ave and Metropolitan ave, so cars are always tearing up the asphalt. There are a couple churches and some houses with nice yards. It almost feels like the s...
40.7108464083455 -73.9028413325925

65th Pl


"Kind of dingy little park"

- orochi
There is not much to 65th place except a few houses and Glen Ridge park. The park is alright. It has handball and basketball courts and a children’s playground. There is also a huge football/soccer fi...
40.7072011880942 -73.8921561569664

67th St


"The Numbers Do Not Add Up"

- bolena
I could never understand the numbering of this street, but Queens, New York is filled with numbered streets, avenues, and roads, so I guess it would be a typical name for a road. 67th Street veers of...
40.7176897346935 -73.8928762545076

68th Rd


"68th road makes it worth living in queens"

- orochi
Living on 68th road is the best of both worlds. You get the good access to public transportation by living near the M and L lines, without all the detriments of living in Bushwick: run down houses, hi...
40.7035073413968 -73.8997083671064

69th Ave


"Some homes with garages in the basement"

- orochi
The most interesting thing about this road is the style of house you’ll see. In Queens, some of the homes have driveways in the basements. It is an odd looking but functional aspect of city living. Mo...
40.7025450926342 -73.8980053353216

Catalpa Ave


"An average street, but pretty quiet"

- mmmNyc
Catalpa Ave is a standard street in this area. There are fairly average detached houses, row homes and small buildings. It is primarily residential and many people who live on the sreet own cars so...
40.7033051421493 -73.8980231245746

Covert St


"On Covert Street"

- Macsizzle
This street has just about every kind of business, and with that brings a lot of traffic. This was a great street and I loved that it was so convenient; sometimes you don’t want to go too far to get s...
40.6938340062654 -73.9049262715075

Eliot Ave


"Eliot or Elliott"

- bolena
Alright so I chose this street because I grew up in Queens, not; I chose it because I also have a brother named after this street but it's spelled Elliott. It is a long avenue and quite diversified,...
40.7163782966249 -73.8975166980978

Forest Ave


"On Forest Avenue"

- Macsizzle
Forest Avenue wasn’t really all that impressive. It was mainly residential and the residences weren’t all that great to look at. All in all, it was an average street on an average block. For more conv...
40.7051335363258 -73.9021109663345

Gates Ave


"Good hardware store on Gates"

- orochi
On the corner of Gates Ave and Forest Ave is a great hardware store. It has everything that you need and at a good price. It’s the local hardware store from yesteryear. Not like an impersonal big box...
40.7061458440336 -73.90547286091
40.7079589861615 -73.9025416079896 7

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