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Private Investigator in Lincoln Square Manhattan, NY

  • Accident Investigations
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  • Background Checks
  • Business to business service
  • Cheating Spouse
  • Child Custody

  • Civil Investigations
  • Computer and Internet Investigations
  • Criminal
  • Custody Investigations
  • Divorce service

  • Domestic
  • Financial and Insurance Fraud
  • Find People
  • Forensic consultant
  • Fraud
  • Harassment and Stalking

  • Identity Theft & Vehicle Tracking
  • Infidelity and Cheating Spouse
  • Insurance Investigations
  • Interviewing (SIU)
  • Matrimonial
  • Missing Persons & Skip Tracing

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  • Process server
  • Social Media
  • Surveillance
  • Worker's Compensation

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Lincoln Square Manhattan, NY Private Investigator and Process Server

Lincoln Square is the name given to the whole neighborhood and the square that is located in the Upper West Side of the municipality of Manhattan in New York City. It is located in the middle of Columbus Avenue and Broadway, southwest of Central Park. Also adjacent to Hell’s Kitchen. It extends from 63rd Street to 66th Street from south to north. The most efficient way to get around Lincoln Square is through its main street, Amsterdam Avenue, the long street that runs through Lincoln Square in the middle and passes through different schools and theaters. You can enter directly from Central Park on 65th Street.

Originally, the area was called San Juan Hill, and it was a neighborhood dominated mostly by African Americans and its territory was smaller, I feel Amsterdam Avenue one of its limitations. That name it had previously, is believed to be in honor of the Battle of San Juan Hill. It was also known as the most populous African American community in New York in the 20th century, with more than 5,000 residents per block approximately.

Its name was changed years later, in 1906 when the area already contained Lincoln Center and was taken as part of creating what is now Lincoln Square. It is not known exactly why they decided on that name, but it was given by the New York City Council. It is home to different schools of law, arts, as well as an opera and theater center highly influenced by Broadway. Its postal service serves under zip code 10023.