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The History of Kew Gardens Queens NY 11415:
Kew Gardens is a triangular-shaped middle
class neighborhood in the central area of the New York City borough of Queens, bounded to the north by the
Jackie Robinson Parkway (formerly Interborough Parkway), to the east by Van Wyck Expressway and 131st Street, to
the south by Hillside Avenue, and to the west by Park Lane, Abingdon Road and 118th Street.
Forest Park and the neighborhood of Forest Hills and
Forest Hills Gardens lie west of
neighborhood is accessible thanks to the surrounding expressways, Kew Gardens – Union Turnpike
subway station, and Kew Gardens railway
Kew Gardens was one of seven
planned garden communities built in Queens from the late 19th
Century to 1950. Much of the area was acquired in 1868 by Englishman Albon P. Man, who developed the
neighborhood of Hollis Hill to the south, chiefly along Jamaica Avenue, while leaving
the hilly land to the north undeveloped.
Kew Gardens Road opened in 1875. A Long
Island Rail Road station was built for mourners in October and trains stopped there from mid-November.
The station was named Hopedale, after Hopedale Hall, a hotel located at what is now Queens Boulevard and Union Turnpike. In the 1890s, the executors of Man's estate laid
out the Queens Bridge Golf Course on the hilly terrains south of the railroad. This remained in use until it was
bisected in 1908 by the main line of the Long Island Rail Road, which had
been moved 600 feet (180 m) to the south to eliminate a curve.
Cemetery entrance on Queens
The golf course was
then abandoned and a new station was built in 1909 on Lefferts Boulevard.
Man's heirs, Aldrick Man and Albon Man Jr. decided to lay out a new community and called it at first Kew and
then Kew Gardens after the well-known botanical gardens in England. The architects of the
development favored English and neo-Tudor styles, which still predominate in many sections of the
In 1910, the
property was sold piecemeal by the estate and during the next few years streets were extended, land graded and
water and sewer pipes installed. The first apartment building was the Kew Bolmer at 80–45 Kew Gardens Road, erected in 1915; a clubhouse followed in 1916 and a private
school in 1918. In 1920, the Kew Gardens Inn at the railroad station opened for residential guests, who paid $40
a week for a room and a bath with meals. Elegant one-family houses were built in the 1920s, as were apartment
buildings such as Colonial Hall (1921) and Kew Hall (1922) that numbered more than twenty by
In July 1933, the
Grand Central Parkway opened from Kew
Gardens to the edge of Nassau
County; this road was extended in 1935 as the Interborough Parkway to Pennsylvania Avenue in
East New York. Since the parkways used part of the roadbed of Union Turnpike
no houses were sacrificed.
The greatest change
was wrought by the opening of the Independent subway along Queens Boulevard
to Union Turnpike on December 31, 1936; four months later, the subway was extended to Jamaica, Queens. Residents could now reach
Manhattan and Brooklyn twenty-four hours
a day for five cents. The immediate effect was to stimulate the construction of larger apartment buildings like
Kent Manor and high-rise buildings along Queens Boulevard and the last
vacant land disappeared.
historical significance, Kew Gardens lacks any landmark
P.S. 99 Main
Building on Kew Gardens Rd.
In 1964, the neighborhood gained news notoriety when Kitty Genovese was murdered near the Kew
Gardens Long Island Railroad station. A New York Times article reported that none of the neighbors responded
when she cried for help. The story came to represent the apathy and anonymity of urban life. The
circumstances of the case are disputed to this day. It has been alleged that the critical fact reported by the
NYT that "none of the neighbors responded" was false. The case of Kitty Genovese is an oft-cited example of the
bystander effect, and the case that originally spurred research on this social psychological