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Bellerose Queens, NY Private Investigator and Process Server

Located in the eastern-most edge of Queens, one of New York City boroughs sits this middle-class neighborhood, it is the border between Queens and Long Island. Together with Floral Park, Cambria Heights, Brookville, Glen Oaks, and Meadowmere, make up the Queens Community Board 13. It has a population of roughly 26.000, it is a working-class community, comprised mostly of Indian Americans, and European Americans. ZIP code is 11426, and it is patrolled by the law-enforcement officers in the 105th Precinct of the New York City Police Department.

Since 1656 until the early 1900s, the area known as Bellerose was called “Little Plains,” and it was mostly farmlands. In 1911, land developer Helen marsh built the first model community and later a railroad station, resulting in the exponential growth of the community. The tree-lined streets and detached homes create the perfect suburban atmosphere in Bellerose. The quiet-town experiences make people forget that the Cross Island Parkway runs through the middle of the neighborhood. Like all residential communities, Bellerose has a few parks and playgrounds, most notable are Bellrose Playground, Breininger Park, and Alley Pond Park. The NYC Department of Education is in charge of the operation of the local public schools, and there is also a branch of the Queens Public Library in Bellerose.

The housing market in Bellerose is lined with some of the most beautiful properties in NYC, comprised mostly of single-family homes and a handful of low-rise apartments building located on the main boulevards. The tranquility enjoyed by all residents is due to the distance from Manhattan, the commute to midtown using public transportation takes between an hour and an hour and a half.

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