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Private Investigator in Carnegie Hill Manhattan, NY

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  • Cheating Spouse
  • Child Custody

  • Civil Investigations
  • Computer and Internet Investigations
  • Criminal
  • Custody Investigations
  • Divorce service

  • Domestic
  • Financial and Insurance Fraud
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  • Fraud
  • Harassment and Stalking

  • Identity Theft & Vehicle Tracking
  • Infidelity and Cheating Spouse
  • Insurance Investigations
  • Interviewing (SIU)
  • Matrimonial
  • Missing Persons & Skip Tracing

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Carnegie Hill Manhattan, NY Private Investigator and Process Server

Carnegie Hill is part of Manhattan’s Upper East Side in New York City. This neighborhood located north of 86th Street and east of Fifth Avenue in Central Park. It marks a border with 98th Street to the north continuing past Park Avenue, then crosses over to 96th Street to the south and stops at Third Avenue.The Carnegie Hill community is a member of the Manhattan Community Board 8.

What is traditionally known as Spanish Harlem was formerly the northern boundary of Park Avenue in the 2000s, which has led especially real estate brokers to refer to this area as Upper Carnegie Hill. In 1901, between 91st Street and Fifth Avenue, Andrew Carnegie’s mansion was built, from which the neighborhood’s name comes. Today, the mansion houses a branch of the Smithsonian Institution, the Smithsonian Design Museum, and the Cooper Hewitt. Several old houses have also transformed into schools and recently Spence School purchased Florence Baker Loew House and William Goadby on 93rd Street.

Along Fifth Avenue and Park Avenue, the architecture that stands out the most is apartment buildings, in the side streets dominate the townhouses. There are also cooperatives, condominiums and a group of mansions many of which are used today by the Jewish Museum, the Cooper Hewitt, the Dalton School, the Smithsonian Design Museum, the National Academy of Design and other organizations. Formerly the northern part of the neighborhood was seen as the least modern section of the East Side, but now its restaurants, museums and aesthetic sensibility are appreciated.