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Inwood Manhattan, NY Private Investigator and Process Server

Inwood is an area of the northern Manhattan Township of the City of New York. Located east of the Hudson River, west of Fordham Heights, south of Spuyten Duyvil and north of Fort George. It is considered a residential area because most of its territory is full of apartment buildings, parking lots and other residential areas, as well as a subway terminal and athletic tracks of Columbia University, is the oldest higher education university in New York State, the fifth oldest in the United States with more than 20,000 students today.

On its east side, it has a dock to the Harlem River, and a bridge to connect with Fordham Heights. Inwood has a large part of its territory occupied by a huge park, the Inwood Hill Park, a huge community park with handball courts, basketball, baseball, soccer, tennis, barbecue areas, training equipment, food stores, nature centers, spray showers and more. It is believed that the area was bought by Peter Minuit, a general of the Dutch colony, in 1626 for only 60 guilders, and it is believed that a rock located in Inwood Hill Park was the location where the sale was made.

During the American Revolutionary War, while the British occupation took place in Manhattan, there were in what is now Inwood, more than 70 huts where the Hessian troops took refuge in different streets of the area.  Inwood’s postal service serves zip codes 10034 and 10040, has a population of about 58,000 and is located in Manhattan Community District 12.

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