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Ditmas Park Brooklyn, NY Private Investigator and Process Server

Ditmas Park belongs to the municipality of Brooklyn in New York City, specifically part of the Flatbush district. This historic district along with Ditmas Park West established north of Midwood and Newkirk Avenue, south of Prospect Park South and Dorchester Road, west of Greater Flatbush and Ocean Avenue, and east of Kensington and Coney Island Avenue. Brooklyn Community District 14 is home to the community of Ditmas Park and the 70th Precinct of the New York City Police Department is responsible for ensuring and maintaining the safety of the area. New York City subway trains Q and B serve the residents of Ditmas Park.

The Ditmas family were the owners of the land where today stands the neighborhood of Ditmas Park, which until the early twentieth century remained as a rural area. The neighborhood still preserves structures that were built in the first decade of the twentieth century, such as autonomous houses and large Victorian houses of the time. The Ditmas Park Historic District is, of course, within Ditmas Park. This national historic district consists of 172 buildings built between 1914 and 1902, most of them residential.

The neighborhood also includes good examples of Queen Anne, Colonial Revival, and Bungalow/Braftman style single-family homes. The Neo-Georgian Congregational Church Flatbush-Tompkins is also part of the historic district, which is 1983 registered in the National Register of Historic Places. The rapid gentrification that has passed through the neighborhood has attracted many artists and young people for the relatively cheap rents located in large spaces.

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