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3-10 Astoria Blvd.
Astoria, NY 11102

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Non-Navy Yard tenants: Access the ferry landing by walking through Building 77, which is located on Flushing Ave at Vanderbilt Ave or by taking the self-driving vehicle from Flushing Ave at Cumberland St (weekdays only) or from the backside of Building 77 – through the ground floor (weekends).

Wheelchair / Electric Scooter (ADA Access): The path from Building 77 to the landing is fully ADA  accessible. 

Stroller Entrance / Access: The path from Building 77 to the ferry landing is accessible for strollers.

Bike Entrance / Access: The path to the ferry landing is accessible with bike via the Clinton Ave / Flushing Ave entrance. 

Transit Options


M103, Q102, Q18, and Q19 busses between 27 Avenue and 2nd Street

Neighborhood Fun Facts

  • Astoria, Queens, is known as one of New York City’s most diverse communities. It is hard to walk more than a few blocks without hearing a handful of languages spoken while passing restaurants serving cuisines from all corners of the globe!
  • The neighborhood known as Astoria was originally called Hallett’s Cove, after its first landowner William Hallett who settled in the area in 1652. Later, the area was renamed for the (then) wealthiest man in America, John Jacob Astor, who actually never set foot in Astoria, but enjoyed looking at the village named in his honor from Manhattan’s 87th Street. (Source:,_Queens)
  • Motion picture studios were opened in 1920 by the Famous Players – Lasky Corporation at 35th Avenue between 34th and 37th streets in Astoria, just across the East River from the company’s headquarters in Manhattan. Between 1921 and the time the company became known as Paramount in 1927, about one quarter of its films were made there (the rest were made in Hollywood). (Source: