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Midland Beach Staten Island, NY Private Investigator and Process Server

Once known as Woodland Beach, now called Midland Beach, is a working and middle-class residential neighborhood situated along the eastern shore of the New York City borough of Staten Island, in an area the locals like to call Mid-Island or East Shore. It is bounded by Grant City, New Dorp Beach, Graham Beach, and South Beach. The two main thoroughfares in Midland Beach are Father Capodanno Boulevard and Midland Avenue, and its ZIP codes are 10305 and 10306. The neighborhood is patrolled by the capable officers over at the 122nd Precinct of the New York City Police Department.

For purposes of determining the population of Midland Beach, the government of New York City classifies it as part of a larger area comprising the neighborhoods of New Dorp and Midland Beach. The total population is of nearly 22.000, with a predominantly White demographic, although in recent years, there has been an influx of Hispanic and Latino immigrants moving in. The town was founded sometime during the 1890s as a Beach Resort for the residents of Manhattan and New Jersey who arrived by ferries, steamboats, and the then newly inaugurated Staten Island Railroad. The town’s popularity began to decline during the 1920s due to fires and other problems, by the 1970s the town became a mainly residential community. In October 2012, Midland Beach was one of the many neighborhoods in New York City to suffer the wrath of Hurricane Sandy.

Residents of Midland Beach have no problems when it comes to public transportation, the community is served by several local and express bus routes taking residents from and to Manhattan, and to other nearby neighborhoods where they can board the NYC Subway.

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