Real EstateCity LivingQueens City Living: Kew Gardens is tucked away yet central with a young, laid-back vibe Print Share fbShare Tweet Email The Kew Gardens LIRR platform to Manhattan in Kew Gardens, Queens, Monday, April 13, 2015 Photo Credit: Linda Rosier News Find It Kew Gardens is bordered to the north by Union Turnpike and the south by Jamaica Avenue. Its eastern boundary is the Van Wyck Expressway and its western boundary is Park Lane South and Bessemer Streets. News Transportation Trains: E, F to Kew Gardens-Union Tpke, Briarwood-Van Wyck Blvd, Jamaica-Van Wyck J, Z to 121 Street; LIRR to Kew Gardens Station. Buses: Q10, Q37, Q46, Q54, Q56, Q60, QM18, QM21, X63, X64 News Post Office USPS, 83-30 Austin St. News Library Queens Library Richmond Hill, 118-14 Hillside Ave. News Crime Kew Gardens is covered by the 102nd Precinct in nearby Richmond Hill at 87-34 118th St. In the week of March 30-April 5, there were six robberies and five burglaries reported in its CompStat report. There were three rapes and two murders reported by the precinct in 2015 as of April 5. Crime was down almost 8% so far this year as of April 5 from the year to date in 2014.