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Five Points Manhattan, NY Private Investigator and Process Server

Five Points is part of New York City in Lower Manhattan. This was a 19th-century neighborhood that was generally defined by bordering Canal Street to the north, Centre Street to the west, Park Row to the south and Bowery to the east. The old area of Five Points gradually remodeled throughout the twentieth century, with the closure or change of streets.

Currently, to the south and west, the section is occupied by both the Civic Center which is composed of important municipal, state and federal facilities, as by the African Burial National Monument. To the north and east, within Chinatown is the former Five Points neighborhood. The Five Points obtained negative notoriety at international level since it was known as a neighborhood that existed for more than 70 years infested of delinquency and crimes, and full of many diseases, characterized by being a marginal neighborhood densely populated.

The name “Five Points” originates from the intersection of five different points created by Cross Street which today is Mosco Street, and by Orange Street now Baxter Street. In a northwesterly direction, the route continued starting from the intersection of Worth Street previously Anthony Street, dividing in turn in two triangular blocks one of the four corners, from where the fifth point is derived. West of this fifth point ran from north to south the now non-existent Little Water Street creating what would be known as Paradise Square which was precisely a triangular plot after the buildings that were in the triangle demolished in 1832.

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