Historic Flushing Town Hall, built in 1862, hosts Untapped New York Insiders on a tour of the secrets of its 160 year history as a civic and cultural center.
Continuing our new virtual programming at Untapped New York, tomorrow at noon, Flushing Town Hall’s deputy director Sami Abu Shumays
Flushing Town Hall is a picturesque landmark on Northern Boulevard with a rich history, notable architecture and vibrant use as a multi-cultural arts center.
Thanks to community activists and creative entrepreneurs, many historic buildings are being saved and adapted to fit the changing needs to the modern city.
Flushing, Queens stands as a cultural hub, home to various ethnic communities, killer food options and a colorful array of commercial and retail shops.