By Ching Yu Lin
Whether or not you are from New York, you probably know that Citifield (Shea) Stadium is home to the New York Mets, and Arthur Ashe Tennis stadium is host to the US Open at the end of every summer. But waiting for you at the end of the #7 subway line (Main Street station) you will find the busiest and most exciting Asian food and culture paradise – Flushing! Here you will find all different kinds of wonderful Asian restaurants, shops, spas, galleries and stores.You will suddenly feel like you are standing on the other side of the world…you will find it amazing that you can taste so many different Asian cuisines just by walking a couple of blocks.
There are always many interesting things you will find to enjoy and entertain yourself in Flushing. But today, we’re going to shine the spotlight on one of Flushing’s superstars: Queens Crossing – the most upscale development and landmark in Flushing. Queens Crossing contains 110,000 sq. ft. of retail space, 37,000 sq. ft. of entertainment and dining areas, a full floor community facility, and 144,000 sq. ft. of office condominiums. All this is served by 86,000 sq. ft. of valet parking. I can guarantee that you will have a fun day when you experience Queens Crossing. Its interior design and layout is quite remarkable.
If you are standing on Main Street and Roosevelt Ave., you can’t miss the giant LED screen flashing above you. Bright neon colors that splash vivid advertising …it will quickly attract your eyes and – just like this mall – wink and weave at you and beckon you to come inside the building. You’ll find there are different entrances to the mall (to make it more interesting) but they connect well to each other and there are easy-to-follow signs on each floor to direct visitors once inside. So are you ready? Let’s go on in and take a glance this Flushing wonderland!