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Jerome Park Bronx, NY Private Investigator and Process Server

Jerome Park is an area of the Bronx borough of New York City. The name of the district is in honor of the important financier city of Brooklyn “Leonard W. Jerome” who died in England in 1891 and was Winston Churchill’s maternal grandfather. Close to this region, are Lehman College and the Bronx High School of Science, these institutions are among the most important in the educational system of the entire Bronx. The area is characterized by being a park with many green areas, large expanses of grass on all the land, with large parts dominated by trees and shrubs.

It was officially opened to the public as a recreational area on April 4, 1940, previously acquired by New York City on June 3, 1895. It contains one of the longest highways in all of New York, called Jerome Avenue. It stretches for a total of 9.0 kilometers from Woodlawn to Highbridge. On September 25, 1866, the Jerome Park Racetrack was opened, and the Belmont Stakes of the Triple Crown was held, is one of the most important races in the world in 1890.

Jerome Park Reservoir is an important construction made in 1906 that contains all the water that goes to all Bronx through the New Croton Aqueduct. It is a massive reservoir, which occupies 94 acres of land, having the capacity to contain more than 774 million gallons of water, all surrounded by thin stone walls. In 2000, the Jerome Park Reservoir was added to the National Register of Historic Places. The Jerome Park postal service serves under zip code 10468 and is part of the Bronx Community Board 08.

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