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

Huguenot Staten Island, NY Private Investigator and Process Server

Huguenot is an area located in the south wing of the municipality of Staten Island in Richmond County, New York City. In its southern area is the Lower Bay which is the southern border between New York and New Jersey. In its other cardinal points, the neighborhood is surrounded by different areas of Staten Island, south of Arden Heights and Rossville, west of Annadale and Eltingville, and east of Prince´s Bay and Pleasant Plains.

Through the center, and cutting the neighborhood in half, is part of the Korean War Veterans Pkwy, a veteran’s park that runs throughout southern Staten Island. Huguenot has a population of about 15,000 people spread over a radius of 3,384 square miles. The neighborhood postal service serves under zip codes 10309 and 10312. The best way to travel Huguenot is through one of its main roads, the Drumgoole Rd E that divides and extends to the north, and the south in the Via N Railroad St that run different restaurants and cafes in the neighborhood, and even some green areas of it.

Some of its most outstanding green areas are the Arbutus Woods Park, Kingdom Pond Park, Bunker Ponds Park, and Huguenot Ponds Park, the latter three are parks for use and enjoyment of the entire community which offer recreational areas for the whole family as basketball courts and long extensions to play all types of activity. The name Huguenot comes from the name given to the believers of the Huguenot religion, the Huguenots, who were liberated by Daniel Perrin and arrived in the area in the 17th century to hide from religious persecution.

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