AM-NY reports on City Living in Hollis
Today, Hollis and nearby St. Albans have retained a distinctly suburban feel, thanks to a concentration of one-family houses set on 100-by-100-foot and 80-by-80-foot lots.
"I have a lot of different ethnicities now moving into Hollis; I see a South Asian community, a Hispanic community, an African community moving in," said Councilman Leroy Comrie, whose 27th District covers both neighborhoods. "As it gets identified, you realize you can get more bang for your buck than [in] Bayside or Flushing."
Here's their slideshow.