Astoria is a thriving neighborhood in motion, enhancing its charm with a never-ending selection of eclectic restaurants and bars, dynamic street and gallery art, independent boutiques, and record stores that make shopping small a big deal.
Explore the local art community by visiting the nearby museums, including Noguchi, MoMA PS1, and the Museum of the Moving Image. Enjoy a host of exhibitions, screenings and programs at Socrates Sculpture Park, a community-engaged New York City waterfront park, dedicated to supporting artists in the production and presentation of public art.
Hallett's Point has a rich history dating back to the 17th century. The peninsula is named after English settler, William Hallett, who purchased the area that is now known as Astoria in the 1650s.
Once a prominent leisure destination for affluent 19th century Manhattanites; Hallett's Point subsequently became an industrial area before evolving into the dynamic and diverse cultural residential community it is today.
Minutes From Manhattan
Complimentary 10 Halletts Point shuttle service is exclusive to residents, offering direct connections to subway stops, ferry landings, and stores.
N, W Subway Line
Less than 20 minutes on the N and W lines to Midtown Manhattan.
Less than 5 minutes to Manhattan with a direct connection to the Upper East Side. The Astoria Ferry also offers connections to Roosevelt Island, Midtown and Lower Manhattan, Brooklyn, and Queens.
24-hour attended on-site parking garage.
Q18, Q19, Q102, Q103 bus services lines available to major airports and transit centers.
Citi Bike Station
Located adjacent to 10 Halletts Point on 27th Avenue and 9th Street.