Douglas Manor Association 23421 41st Ave, Douglaston, NY11363 For more than 100 years, the Douglas Manor Association has been maintaining the waterfront in its neighborhood. The dock…More at Douglas Manor has been a popular swimming locale during the summer for decades. The group's membership includes more than 600 homes in Douglas Manor, which was included in the city's landmarking of Douglaston in 1997. The association's office is located along 41st Avenue near the Douglaston Long Island Rail Road Station.
Home NY Real Estate 4060 Douglaston Pkwy, Douglaston, NY11363 Home NY Real Estate is a local agency specializing in properties in Douglas Manor and Douglaston. The agency's staff is…More experienced in the New York State Foreclosure Process and the New York City Tax Lien Process. Home NY Real Estate is owned by Douglas Montgomery, a licensed and experienced real estate broker and Douglas Manor resident. Montgomery is the current President of The Douglaston Garden Club, Vice President of the PS 98 PTA and is a past chair of The Long Island Board of Realtor's Professional Standards and Mediation Committee.
Manor Market 4039 235th St, Douglaston, NY11363 Manor Market is located just a few short steps from the Douglaston LIRR station. Its signature items are two things…More commuters should never go without – coffee and breakfast.<br /><br />This is the perfect spot to grab a bagel, muffin or hot coffee for your morning commute, no matter how early your day starts. Manor Market opens at 5am on weekdays and 7am on weekends. It even stays open late enough for an after-work slice of pizza. There is indoor seating as well as a few tables outside. <br /><br />Manor Market accepts cash only.
The Douglaston/Little Neck Historical Society 328 Manor Road, Douglaston, NY11363 The Douglaston/Little Neck Historical Society has been fighting to preserve and collect artifacts from its two…More northeastern Queens communities since 1989. Julia Schoeck is the president of the society, which she operates from her Douglaston home. The group's collection of photographs, maps, booklets and memorabilia can be viewed at the Bayside Historical Society's site at Fort Totten, located at 208 Totten Avenue. The society is currently in the process of obtaining its own charter from the state of New York. The organization hosts educational programs, house tours and galas.