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Learn more about Private Investigator in Eltingville Staten Island, NY here.

Eltingville Staten Island, NY Private Investigator and Process Server

Eltingville is a neighborhood located within the Staten Island district in the new city of the United States of America, specifically established on the south coast of the island just north of Annadale and south of Great Kills. Along Richmond Avenue extends the main commercial area of Eltingville which also divided into branches

heading north on Hylan Boulevard and Amboy Road. Joe Borelli represents the Eltingville community on the New York City Council.

Eltingville is served by the Staten Island Railroad at the neighborhood station, as well as offering its residents both express and local bus service whose many of the routes for both ends at the Eltingville Transit Center. Express bus routes served by SIM10, SIM15, SIM1, SIM1C, SIM31, SIM6, SIM7, SIM22, SIM8, SIM9, SIM5 SIM4, and SIM4C. On the other hand, local bus routes served by S89, S59, S79, SBS, S54, and S78.

The neighborhood was originally known by the name of South Side and years later as Seaside, however, the current name of the area is because in the late nineteenth century a prominent family settled in the neighborhood with the name Elting. When the line extended to Tottenville in 1860, the area ceased to be the southern terminal of the Staten Island railroad. Just north of the intersection of Richmond Avenue and Amboy Road around the railroad station, the community’s main business district emerged.

Today, the Eltingville neighborhood is dominated by the Italian-American population who have established many Italian-owned pizzerias and businesses. However, a growing group of Russians and other minority ethnic groups have found their home in the area.

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