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Arrochar Staten Island, NY Private Investigator and Process Server

Arrochar is part of the Staten Island district in New York City in the United States, specifically in the northwestern part of the municipality. It is a neighborhood that is located south of Staten Island Expressway on the east side of Hylan Boulevard directly in the interior of South Beach and Fort Wadsworth, bordering in turn with the community of Grasmere to the west. Today this neighborhood is composed mostly of small businesses and one- and two-family homes.

The area was formerly the site of a Lenape camp before the arrival of Europeans on Staten Island in the late 17th century. The name of the neighborhood comes from a farm owned by William Wallace MacFarland in the 1840s that he named his birthplace in Scotland, which in turn was the home of the former chiefs of the MacFarlane Clan. The MacFarland farmhouse now became part of the grounds of a Catholic school for girls called St. Joseph Hill Academy.

It is also home to St. John Villa Academy located across Landis Avenue from St. Joseph Hill Academy, but one today is nothing more than a vanished Catholic high school for girls. The neighborhood became a fashionable gateway in the early 20th century for the tourist communities of Midland Beach and South Beach. It evolved throughout the twentieth century and became a residential neighborhood for diverse ethnic groups especially the Italo-Americans who predominated in the area. The Italian community has continued to grow in number, however, Arrochar today has a growing Chinese-American community as well.

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