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Downtown Brooklyn Brooklyn, NY Private Investigator and Process Server

Downtown Brooklyn forms the borough of Brooklyn from New York City in the United States, specifically established in the northeastern part of the district. After downtown Manhattan and Lower Manhattan, it is the third-largest central business district in the city. The neighborhood is characterized mostly by residential and office buildings such as the MetroTech Center office complex and the Williamsburgh Savings Bank Tower. Brooklyn Community District 2 is home to the Downtown Brooklyn community and the 84th Precinct of the New York City Police Department is responsible for maintaining security and patrolling the perimeter. It is assigned the numbers 11217 and 11201 as its primary zip codes.  Approximately 7,053 people make up the population of this neighborhood.

The area has been transforming since 2004 with the rezoning of Downtown Brooklyn, investing $300 million in ongoing public improvements and $9 billion in private investment. The area has become an excellent and growing center for education. In 2017, an announcement made by New York University that it would invest more than $500 million for the expansion and renovation of both the New York University Tandon School of Engineering and its respective campus in Downtown Brooklyn.

Gentrification in nearby neighborhoods began with the rezoning of Downtown Brooklyn in March 2012. However, before this, affordable housing had already been created in the area since 2004.  By 2014 some 420 affordable units were already available to residents. Also since 2004, the income of the hotel industry in the area had tripled thanks to the increase in housing in the area, thus benefiting the economy of Downtown Brooklyn.

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