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Auburndale Queens NY Private Investigator and Process Server

Auburndale is a vibrant, working-class community, situated between the neighborhoods of Bayside and Murray Hill in the New York City borough of Queens. It was named after Auburndale, Massachusetts, where the town’s developer L.H. Green lived. The town was established circa the 1900s. Thanks to the Long Island Railroad Line, Auburndale grew exponentially over the years. Along with Hollis Hill, Bayside, Oakland Gardens, Douglaston-Little Neck, and East Flushing, they make up the Queens Community Board 11. The ZIP code is 11358, and it is patrolled by the watchful eyes of the law officers belonging to the 111th Precinct of the New York City Police Department. Auburndale has a population of roughly 20.000 and covers an area of 785.35 acres. Auburndale is famous for the amount of Tudor-style homes and streets lined with trees. Also, most homes come with great-looking green front gardens. In addition to the Tudor-style homes, the neighborhood also showcases Dutch-Colonial and Cape Code style homes. Low-rise apartments are available, as well as blocks of rowhouses. The Auburndale Improvement Association protects the community’s quaint nature.

Most people move to Auburndale, Queens, due to its convenient proximity with Midtown Manhattan, a 25-minutes ride from and to Penn Station. The largest public school in the neighborhood is the Francis Lewis High School, and there is also a branch of the Queen’s Public Library open in Auburndale.

The food scene in Auburndale is as diverse as its population, with Thai, and Italian restaurants being amongst the favorites. Residents don’t have to go far to purchase groceries or take dance classes, businesses are blooming.

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