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Breezy Point Queens, NY Private Investigator and Process Server

Breezy Point is located on the western-most end of the Rockaway Peninsula. It is one of the neighborhoods that make up Queens, one of the boroughs of New York City. It sits between the Rockaway Inlet, Jamaica Bay, and the Atlantic Ocean. It is a private community run by the Breezy Point Cooperative Board, residents of this quaint, and breathtaking town most pay a fee to cover all the costs involved in keeping the community private, including maintenance and security. Residents own their homes and hold a share of the Cooperative board. Unlike the rest of the neighborhoods in New York City, Breezy Point still keeps its small beach town vibe. West of the town lies Breezy Point Tip, a 200-acres ocean-facing beach, part of the Gateway National Recreation Area, it is an isolated area and the perfect breeding environment for several bird species.

Along with Belle Harbor, the Rockaways, Neponsit, Bayswater, and Arverne, make up the Queens Community Board 14. ZIP code is 11697, and it is patrolled by the men in blue of the 100th Police Precinct of the New York City Police Department. Unlike other Queens neighborhood, Breezy Point isn’t culturally diverse, with a predominantly White population.

The town’s history began in the early 1900s, back then it was a famous summer destination, lined with beach-facing bungalows. It was nicknamed by its residents as the Irish Riviera, for the number of Irish American residing in the area. In 2012, the town was hit by Hurricane Sandy which destroyed most of the homes in Breezy Point, the town has since rebuilt.

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