Quiet Elmhurst rm. Near subway, airport, mall & NYPD!


Private room in townhouse hosted by Kaz

1 guest, 1 bedroom, 1 bed, 1 shared bath
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This is a private room in Elmhurst, NY!
2nd floor of a three story townhouse (no elevator).
Total 4BR / 1BA

A simple and secure no frills room in the heart of Queens. The living/dining area is small but the room is spacious.

Safe & convenient neighborhood.
The NYPD 110th Precinct is a 3 min walk!
If you are into shopping, Queens Center Mall is just 17mins away by walking.

Restaurants, bars, drugstore and banks are around the station.
Students, young professionals & Internationals welcome!

The space
Room features:
・New bedding setup for each new guest
・126 sq.ft., with an east-facing window and closet
・hardwood floors with floor light
・Twin-size bed, desk, chair, trash bin

Kitchen features (shared):
・large fridge, extra small fridge.
・gas stove with 4 eyes, cabinet
・microwave, rice cooker, oven, cookware and tableware
Enjoy daily cooking!

*Close to Long Island Rail Road. Little noisy when the trains running.

We appreciate your inquiry for availability prior to your booking request. Sometimes our listings are not available to book although they show "available" in the calendar because many of our current guests extend monthly. Currently, we can only accept booking requests with a check-in date within 30 days from today. (e.g. We can start accepting a booking for Nov 1st check-in from Oct 2nd)

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What this place offers

Free street parking
Air conditioning
Hair dryer
Dedicated workspace
Long-term stays allowed

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Where you’ll be

Queens, New York, United States

Welcome to another famous neighborhood of NYC - Elmhurst.

The area is south of Jackson Heights, with its north side bordering Roosevelt Avenue and its south is the Long Island Expressway.

Like most neighborhood in Queens, Elmhurst is comprised of supermarkets, barbers, laundromats, and dentists’ and accountants’ offices.

With many of our properties in the neighborhood, our tenants are exposed to treats from all over the world without leaving the vicinity, The area is gradually becoming a melting pot of international cultures judging from the amount of international cuisines.

Speaking of which, many restaurants here will take your breath away, namely Il Triangolo. The Burrata, and Homemade bruschetta with chopped tomatoes balsamic and basil is the bomb dot com. One of our members will not stop gushing about the lasagna here.

The large dish is also homemade with a signature meat sauce. You have to stop by if you get a chance!

Hosted by Kaz

  1. Joined in June 2017
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Dear Airbnb guests! I manage furnished monthly rentals and co-living spaces in Manhattan, Queens, and Brooklyn with my team members. I have been managing furnished apartments for a decade and have had more than 5,000 guests from 77 countries so far :) Please feel free to ask me any questions! *I can speak Japanese as well! Please feel free to contact me in Japanese if you do. Who we are: Our Principles 1) Growing Our Alumni Community: We don’t require any extra/hidden fees to maximize our profits. Instead, our focus is on growing our alumni community. We believe that our services and fair pricing speak for themselves among our guests. Our alumni posted 400+ reviews in 2019 and 2020. What’s more, 75% of the reviews gave us five stars and 97% awarded more than four stars. Our alumni community spans the globe with 77 unique nationalities, and it has been expanding. We look forward to serving all our new guests: our alumni of tomorrow. ‍ ‍2) Transparency. One All-Inclusive Price. That’s What We’re About: There’s no math required. The price for our one-month minimum stay is simple and fair, no matter how long you stay with us. Our one-month price is already competitive (averaging $1,100 to $1,600, with 90% of our 150 rooms under $1,700 per month), compared to others’ discounted prices for three- to six-month stays. In 2020, 40%+ of our customers extended their original stay by a few months. There’s really no substitute for all-inclusive furnished rentals and a co-living environment, with a furnished private room, that’s ready for you on day one. ‍ ‍3) Increasing Value for the Local Property Industry: We provide co-living communities for our guests by helping property owners draw more value from under-managed residential properties. We care about our customer community, of course, but we’re also excited about uniting property owners, vendors, and our team on one digital platform. ‍ ‍4) Privacy Is the Priority: There are no required social events. Our priority is providing privacy, a quiet environment, and security for all our guests. Our team will take care of cleaning the common spaces every week, so that our kitchen/dining areas are always comfortable. But if you want to expand your network or social circle, our office at WeWork offers you day/after-work communities. We just moved our headquarters to the newest WeWork offices in Long Island City, which is easily accessible by all subway lines. ‍5) 10 Years Perfecting the Co-Living Mindset: Our founder started this business in his apartment after he couldn’t find appropriately priced accommodation for his first three months in New York. But our whole team has experienced co-living firsthand, so we understand what the customer feels and will need next. “We live and breathe co-living: first as roommates, and now serving our co-living guests.” ‍ ‍6) A Sustainable Business Model in the Sharing Economy: We won’t invest in luxury buildings like hotels or event spaces. We rent existing empty apartments and townhouses from the owners, put IKEA-type furniture in, and list the clean rooms on multiple digital platforms. We grow by our operational profit base, which comes from guests being charged fair prices and the revenue owners receive. However, what drives our growth is not the number of rooms, but our deep understanding of how to care for guests and rooms 24/7, and the intangible value within them. ‍ ‍7) Our Vision - Making Dreams Come True: CrossOver’s goal is to help our guests achieve their goals and dreams by providing the most affordable and flexible housing environment available. But it doesn’t stop here. Our guests’ dreams are expanding to a variety of locations around the globe, and CrossOver will be right there with them—powering the dreams of residents, landlords, and our staff in the wider world.
Dear Airbnb guests! I manage furnished monthly rentals and co-living spaces in Manhattan, Queens, and Brooklyn with my team members. I have been managing furnished apartments for a…


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This apartment is a shared space, I do not live here (just within the area) and would take pleasure in helping your stay be as awesome as possible! I enjoy hosting people from all over the world and have been doing this for years.

I am always available for questions and recommendations. I'll be sure to check you in and help you get settled.
This apartment is a shared space, I do not live here (just within the area) and would take pleasure in helping your stay be as awesome as possible! I enjoy hosting people from all…
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Things to know

House rules

Check-in: 1:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Checkout: 11:00 am
Not suitable for children and infants
No smoking
No pets
No parties or events

Health & safety

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Airbnb's social-distancing and other COVID-19-related guidelines apply
Carbon monoxide alarm
Smoke alarm
Security Deposit - if you damage the home, you may be charged up to $713

Cancellation policy