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Bath Beach Brooklyn, NY Private Investigator and Process Server

Bath Beach belongs to the Brooklyn district in New York City, specifically part of the southwest end of Gravesend Bay Township. This is a neighborhood that is bounded along 86th with New Utrecht and Bensonhurst, along Stillwell Avenue with Gravesend, and along 14th Avenue with Golf Course and Dyker Beach Park. Bath Beach is a member of the Brooklyn Community Board 11 with a population of approximately 29,931 residents. It contributed as the primary zip code number 11214.

The streets of the neighborhood are composed of four two-way streets that cross the entire community in addition to having a unique nomenclature. These roads are Benson Avenue, Cropsey Avenue, 86th Street, and Bath Avenue which are parallel to Shore Parkway running southeast/northwest. There is also another road that begins at Stillwell and ends at Twenty-Fourth Avenue, known as Harway Avenue. Unfortunately, there is no longer a real beach in the neighborhood, even though it still retains its name. In the mid-twentieth century, the beach paved for the creation and construction of the Shore Parkway. However, a promenade built in the northwest half which allowed its residents access to a levee.

Bath Beach is a predominantly working-class community comprised of small apartment houses and townhouses. Over time, Italian-Americans born in the country have mingled with other ethnicities as recent immigrants from the former Soviet Union, the Middle East and a considerable number of Chinese arrive in the area, becoming a mixed ethnic community. The Bath Beach neighborhood includes parks such as Dreier-Offerman Park, Bath Playground and Calvert Vaux Park, as well as a Ceasar’s Bay Shopping Center located on the Bay Parkway.

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