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East New York Brooklyn, NY Private Investigator and Process Server

East New York is an area located on the east wing of the Brooklyn Township of New York City. It is considered a residential community. It is surrounded by different areas of the district; south of Cypress Hills, west of Howard Beach and John F. Kennedy International Airport, east of Brownsville and Canarsie, and north of Broadchanel.

The best way to get to and around East New York is through its main roads; Atlantic Avenue and Linden Boulevard, which passes through different restaurants and right next to Linden Park, an extensive park with running tracks, basketball, handball, baseball, tennis, spray showers and even free Wi-Fi hotspots.

But this park is not the most remarkable green area of East New York, as it has the Fresh Creek Nature Preserve, a nature reserve with more than 40 acres of varied vegetation, as well as different species of birds, fish, butterflies and more life within this beautiful environment. Some areas of the reserve can not be accessed by the public, but there are safe points to observe the landscape and wildlife, some walking trails, and even a football field. The neighborhood has other small parks like Grace Playground and Martin Luther King Jr. Playground.

East New York began in the mid-1650s and was originally called New Lots. It emerged as an annex as Brooklyn’s 26th district. It was officially incorporated as part of New York City in the late 1980s, at a time when most of the city’s inhabitants were Latino and African American.

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