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Bushwick Brooklyn, NY Private Investigator and Process Server

Bushwick belongs to the Brooklyn district in New York City, specifically established in the northern section of the municipality. This is a working-class neighborhood whose southern boundary is Brownsville, its northeastern boundary is the Ridgewood neighborhood in Queens, its southeastern boundary is the Highland Park and East New York cemeteries, its southwestern boundary is Bedford-Stuyvesant, and its northwestern boundary is Williamsburg.

Brooklyn Community District 4 is home to the Bushwick community and Districts 37 and 34 of the New York City Council are the political representatives of this neighborhood. The 83rd Precinct of the New York City Police Department covers and patrols the perimeter. It is assigned the following primary zip codes: 11237, 11206, 11221 and 11207. According to 2010 census data, 129,239 residents registered in Bushwick.

In the seventeenth century during the Dutch colonization of the Americas, the city was first founded by Europeans. The neighborhood became a community of Germanic immigrants and their descendants beginning in the 19th century and at the end of the following century as another wave of immigrants arrived it became predominantly Hispanic. Formerly, the neighborhood was part of Brooklyn’s 18th District, which throughout its history has undergone several territorial changes since it was once an independent city.

The type of housing in Bushwick is very varied, there are both townhouses for three and two families as well as apartment buildings for six families. This neighborhood serves as a center for the Hispanic community along with neighboring East New York. The area is home to the largest number of Hispanic Americans in Brooklyn.

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