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Crown Heights Brooklyn, NY Private Investigator and Process Server

Crown Heights established within the Brooklyn district in New York City, precisely in the central section of the district. This is a neighborhood whose northern border is Atlantic Avenue, its southern border is Clarkson Avenue/East New York Avenue, its eastern border is Ralph Avenue and its western boundary is Washington Avenue. The area is approximately 2 miles long and 1 mile wide. It has some reasonably nearby communities including Bedford-Stuyvesant to the north, Prospect Lefferts Gardens and Flatbush to the south, Brownsville to the east and Prospect Heights to the west.

Brooklyn Community District 8 hosts the northern half of Crown Heights and the 77th Precinct of the NYC Police Department is in charge of patrolling this section, while Brooklyn Community District 9 hosts the southern half of the neighborhood and NYPD Precinct 71 covers and maintains perimeter security. Districts 41, 36 and 35 of the New York City Council are the community’s diplomatic representatives in the event of a political issue arising. For the postal service, the following codes were assigned: 11238, 11216, 11225, 11233 and 11213. According to data recorded in the 2010 population census, the neighborhood is made up of about 143,000 residents.

The Eastern Parkway is the main road that runs through the neighborhood which extends 3.2 kilometers or 2 miles east-west. Frederick Law Olmsted was the designer of this tree-lined boulevard. Initially, years ago, the name of the area was Crow Hill. From Utica Avenue to Washington Avenue to the east and west were traversed and surrounded by a succession of beautiful hills. In 1916 when Crown Street cut, the name of the neighborhood changed.

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