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North Corona Queens, NY Private Investigator and Process Server

Corona divided into two areas, the first section better known as North Corona located on Roosevelt Avenue to the north forming part of Community District 3. North Corona from north to south limits from 32nd Avenue to Roosevelt Avenue and from east to west from 89th Street to Grand Central Parkway.

Corona placed south of Roosevelt Avenue and North Corona being part of the north of Roosevelt Avenue, together made up the population of the neighborhood in its entire extension. The population residing in the North Corona section was 52,037, according to 2010 U.S. Census data.

North Corona is patrolled by Precinct 115 on 92-15 Northern Blvd and compared to last year, overall crime in the area has decreased by 16%. However, it still has a reputation for being unsafe, even though the neighborhood has improved dramatically over the past decade.

Still, the improvement is evident and more young professionals have moved to North Corona and its adjacent neighborhoods due to the low prices of their homes and easy access to the subway. Train 7 has the particularity of crossing through the heart of North Corona, which is not always good, as the noise of the subway can disturb the tranquility of the neighborhood.

North Corona is a lower-middle-class neighborhood settled in Central Queens, near Elmhurst and Jackson Heights. Its community is remarkably diverse, Hispanic residents predominate with small percentages of African Americans, Italians, and Asians. The Hispanic community residing in the area is mostly composed of Guatemalans, Mexicans, Salvadorans, Chileans, Colombians, Peruvians, Bolivians, Dominicans and Venezuelans.

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