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Bowery Manhattan, NY Private Investigator and Process Server

Bowery is part of the Manhattan district in New York City. It is a neighborhood and a street on Mott Street, Worth Street and Park Row that runs from Chatham Square in the south to north of 4th Street in Cooper Square. The neighborhood is north of Chinatown, west of the East Village and the Lower East Side, and east of NoHo and Little Italy. It also covers an approximate extension from the north of Canal Street to East Fourth Street / Cooper Square, and from east of Bowery to First Avenue and Allen Street.

The road in the 17th century was subdivided from Broadway at Manhattan Point north of Fort Amsterdam to the home of New Holland’s general manager, Peter Stuyvesant. Before 1807 this street was better known as Bowery Lane, whose word has Dutch origin and derives from an ancient Anglicization meaning farm. That area composed at that time of many farms.  At the intersection of Kenmare and Delancey Streets in Bowery is the BMT Nassau Street Line served by a subway station called Bowery in New York City.

Bowery in the early 19th century was no longer an agricultural area outside the city because the population continued to grow in New York and the city’s northern boundary continued to move.  As people of good standing moved their residences to the area, Bowery Street became a spacious boulevard, gaining elegance and respectability.  In recent years, the area’s high-rise condominiums have grown, and in 2008 the first luxury apartment complex in the Bowery, Avalon Bowery Place, was opened.

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