Glen Oaks

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North Shore Towers - History - Location and Construction
... Glen Oaks, the neighborhood where the North Shore Towers were built, was a rural, unnamed section of Flushing, part of a 20,000-acre (8,100 ha) land grant to Massachusetts settlers ... In 1923, the Glen Oaks Golf Club was built, created on 167 acres (68 ha) purchased from William K ... The North Shore Towers were constructed in Glen Oaks because of Queens’ lax zoning rules that are less restrictive than those in Nassau and Suffolk Counties ...
Queens Surface Corporation
... Meadows Express, via 6th Avenue, 3rd Avenue (AM Peak only) QM1A Glen Oaks Express, via 6th Avenue (Weekdays only), 3rd Avenue (AM Peak only) QM1A Glen Oaks Express, Glen Oaks - Fresh Meadows combo via 6th Avenue (after ...
Creedmoor Psychiatric Center - History of The Hospital
... In 1975, the land in Glen Oaks formerly used to raise food for the hospital was opened to the public as the Queens County Farm Museum ... Another part of the campus in Glen Oaks was developed into the Queens Children's Psychiatric Center ... In 2004, the remaining part of Creedmoor land in Glen Oaks was developed into the Glen Oaks public school campus, including The Queens High School of Teaching ...
Glen Oaks, Queens - Transportation
... subway station and Midtown Manhattan are accessible from Glen Oaks, using the Q46 bus, the QM5 express bus, or the QM6 express bus ...

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