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Fiske Terrace Brooklyn, NY Private Investigator and Process Server

Fiske Terrace is a residential area located in the south-central part of the Brooklyn Township of New York City. It’s a planned community in the Midwood district. It is located in its southern area and borders the Flatbush community.  It is located east of the BMT Brighton Line, north of Atlantic Railway, west of Ocean Avenue and south of Glenwood Road.

The Fiske Terrace development was developed alongside the Midwood Park development, with a residency plan of individual homes, each with its design that sets it apart from the rest. This project came from the company T.B. Ackerson in the early 1900s. Fiske Terrace has a list of prominent residents who once inhabited the area, such as the owner of Brooklyn Dodgers Baseball Stadium and Ebbets Field Baseball Stadium, Charles Ebbets, as well as the creator and founding father of Hellmann’s Mayonnaise, Richard Hellmann.

Fiske Terrace as part of Midwood Park was recognized by the New York City Historic Site Preservation Commission as a historic district, along with an allocation of more than 200 homes for the recent community. This commission also declared the Avenue H station, belonging to BMT Brighton, as an individual historical monument in the middle of 2004. This assignment allows improvements in the station, but with the condition of not modifying the main structure, both inside and outside.  In 2007 the station and other station structures were restored by the MTA in early 2007. The contract came hand in hand with an announcement clarifying this project, because being a historical monument, it is a delicate matter to have to modify it.

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