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Lenox Hill Manhattan, NY Private Investigator and Process Server

Lenox Hill is a neighborhood located on the south side of the Upper East Side of the Manhattan Township of New York City.  It is located west of Central Park and can be accessed directly from the park via 65th Street. It is located west of Roosevelt Island and is connected by the Queensboro Bridge. It is a well-distributed neighborhood and can be quickly traveled by its four main avenues; Madison Ave, Park Ave, 2nd Ave, and 1st Ave, which pass through Lenox Hill and its different and varied schools, museums, restaurants, shops, bars and much more.

Its name comes from the first owner of Lenox Hill’s land, Robert Lenox, who owned more than 20 acres of land.  For a while, the area was named Lenox Farm, after Robert Lenox’s famous farm and then Lenox Hill.  This happened after Robert Lenox inherited his land to his son James Lenox, who divided the land into different sections and built apartment buildings in sis places, which proceeded to sell in 1860 and for more than 2 decades was developing the residential sector of the area. He also built hospitals, libraries, and more neighborhood improvements. One of the hospitals built by Lenox Jr. was upgraded and today is Lenox Hill Hospital.

The improvements followed in 1920 when luxury apartments arrived that today are almost impossible to buy because of their high prices. Many five-star hotels also appeared after these residential improvements, turning the neighborhood into a high-class place. The postal service serves under zip code 10131.

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