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New Brighton Staten Island, NY Private Investigator and Process Server

Situated along the North Shore of Staten Island, one of the five boroughs of New York City sits New Brighton, a residential and industrial neighborhood bounded by Kill Van Kull, Jersey Street, Brighton Avenue, the Snug Harbor Cultural Center, Castleton Avenue, Lafayette Avenue, West New Brighton, St. George, and Tompkinsville. Its ZIP codes are 10304 and 10301. New Brighton together with the fellow neighborhoods of Willowbrook, Arlington, Silver Lake, Livingston, Elm Park, Rosebank, Fort Wadsworth, Sunnyside, Randall Manor, Westerleigh, Stapleton, Grymes Hill, Shore Acres, Port Ivory, and Clifton Concord belongs to the Staten Island Community Board 1, the neighborhood is patrolled by the watchful eyes of the officers over at the 120th Precinct of the New York City Police Department.

To determine the population of New Brighton, the government of New York City classifies it as part of a larger area comprising the neighborhoods of West New Brighton, St. George, and New Brighton. The combined population is of nearly 34.000 with a predominantly mixed White, African-American, and Hispanic and Latino demographics. Public transportation is definitely not a problem for the residents of this Staten Island neighborhood, commuters have quick and easy access to Manhattan thanks to the Staten Island Ferry, as well as several local bus routes.

New Brighton has no shortage of famous attractions, the neighborhood is home to Snug Harbor, built in 1833. It was designed to be the place to go for retired sailors, nowadays it is a Cultural Center and a Botanical Garden.

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