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Harding Park Bronx, NY Private Investigator and Process Server

Harding Park is a subsection of the Clason Point Peninsula in the Bronx Township of New York City. It is located in the middle of different neighborhoods of Clason Point, east of the Bronx River, north of the East River, west of Pugsley’s Creek and south of Lacombe Avenue. For the most part, the area is made up of bungalows that are separated from the streets. Vaguely known as a “forgotten” area of New York as it has a feeling of isolation from the rest of Clason Point because it has a location away from the other neighborhoods in the area and a road network that does not connect easily with the Bronx roads.

A tribe of the Wappinger Federation who called themselves the Siwanoy were the first to arrive at what is now Harding Park to inhabit the area. Specifically, they were established at what is now the intersection located in the middle of Soundview Avenue and Leland Avenue. The tribe had about 60 lodging places in the area, this estimate is had due to studies carried out by archeologists in Harding Park.

The neighborhood was part of a division that had all the land that is now Clason Point in 1730 when wealthy families like the Schieffelins, Ludlows, and Lynches bought different areas and separated them from each other to build their farms. Harding Park became a recreational neighborhood with large expanses of green areas when residents wanted to take advantage of those expenses and solve their needs for a place to have fun in 1992. Its postal service serves under zip code 10473.

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