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Today's Featured Building: Windsor

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Housing in Forest Hills
Forest Hills

Windsor is a multi-use residential building in the neighborhood of Forest Hills. It consists of 8,000 square feet on the first floor for retail in addition to 1,000 square feet of community service pace and an underground two level parking garage.

Five months before the Windsor opened, more than 70% of the building had already been sold.

The area is home to many upper middle class residents. Historically, the Forest Hills neighborhood has been home to many Jewish residents. The area was originally called Whitepot. The southern area is composed of a diverse mix of high status housing from single family homes to apartments.

Most of the residents have a high school diploma and about 50% of the population continued with post secondary education earning themselves either a Bachelor's or Master's Degree.

The most popular industries in the area are Education and Health. The average age within Forest Hill 40 to 46 years old and most people are native to New York State.

Public transportation is the most common way of getting to work and followed by private vehicles.[1]


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