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

Meiers Corners Staten Island, NY Private Investigator and Process Server

Meiers Corners is an area located in the northeastern part of Staten Island Township, Richmond County, New York City. It is surrounded by different neighborhoods in the borough; south of Port Richmond and Mariners Harbor, west of Westerleigh and Castleton Corners, north of New Springville and Willowbrook, and east of Graniteville and Bulls Head. Its population is around 6,000 mostly Caucasian people and descendants of Italian immigrants at a density of 16,700/mi². In Meiers Corners, specifically in the Bradley Avenue area, is the largest population of Asians in the municipality, containing more than 20% of its population.

Meiers Corner’s postal service serves under zip codes 10302 and 10314 and is located in Staten Island Community District 2. The best way to get around the neighborhood is through its main thoroughfare; the Victory Boulevard that runs through different streets of Meiers Corner. It is known as the commercial backbone of the community and was formerly officially called the Richmond Turnpike. It is considered a residential neighborhood that, for the most part, has single-family homes, of which, more than 80% of them are inhabited by a married couple.

The name of the neighborhood comes from the Dutch immigrant; Joachim Meier, who had a stone house known as the Martling-Cozine House, which was built before the American Revolution, written by Marjorie Johnson, historian of The Encyclopedia of New York City. The historical house was in where today is located 40 Watchogue Rd, remained standing for many years, until the decade of the 80 when it was demolished by the plans of the city.

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