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Boerum Hill Brooklyn, NY Private Investigator and Process Server

Boerum Hill belongs to the Brooklyn district in New York City more specifically in the northwestern portion of the municipality. This is a small neighborhood located west of Fourth Avenue and south of Schermerhorn Street. Wyckoff or Warren Streets marked as the southern edge of the perimeter, and streets such as Court or Smith mark the western border in various ways.

The main business districts in the Boerum Hill community are Atlantic Avenue and Smith Street. In the neighborhood of Third Avenue and Dean Street is established the Brooklyn High School of the Arts which offers a pre-conservatory arts program and pre-university courses in various specialties such as dance, theater, vocal music, among others. Brooklyn Community District 2 is home to Boerum Hill and the 84th Precinct of the NYPD covers and patrols the neighborhood.

During the early days of Dutch colonization, the Boerum family owned a colonial farm that occupied most of the area, hence the name Boerum Hill. In early 1964, Helen Buckler shaped the name of the neighborhood by referring to the name of the colonial farmers. Despite its name, the community is now flat with ancient swamps that settle in some parts around Gowanus Creek. The area is composed of old three-story houses built between 1870 and 1840.

Boerum Hill stands out for its rows of brownstones, independent boutiques, and restaurants, including the thriving Smith Street restaurant. Cultural offerings in the neighborhood are plentiful including projects such as the Atlantic Avenue Design district, the Issue Project Room, and The Invisible Dog Art Center

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