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Private Investigator in Queensboro Hill Queens, NY

  • Accident Investigations
  • Asset Search
  • 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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Queensboro Hill Queens, NY Private Investigator and Process Server

Queensboro Hill is a neighborhood located south of Flushing on the east side of the Van Wyck Expressway, on the southern fringe of the Kissena Corridor Park. Is located East of College Point Boulevard and west of Kissena Boulevard. North of Long Island Expressway and Reeves Avenue, and south of Kissena Corridor Park and Kissena Park.

Despite being located in the central part of the municipality, Queensboro Hill is not the best-known neighborhood in Queens but is part of zip codes 11355 and 11367. Many times people refer to Queensboro Hill by another name, they call it South Flushing.

Queensboro Hill is characterized by its unique closeness to green spaces and a large amount of living it contains. Most houses in the neighborhood are small townhouses and duplexes, while other blocks are surrounded by small single-family homes.

Near the southern end of the neighborhood is the Queensboro Hill Queens Library own branch. It also has the NewYork-Presbyterian/Queens Hospital, the Turtle Playground for children, Queensboro Hill Community Church, one of the leading churches that is part of Queensboro Hill Community Church.

The Van Wyck and Long Island highways are easily accessible and although Queensboro Hil has no subway stations directly in the neighborhood, residents have access to train number 7 in Flushing via local bus Q44.

The recreational area extends from Flushing Meadows-Corona Park, followed by Kissena Corridor Park, Kissena Park and ending at the Kissena Park golf course. Queensboro Hill is hard to match when it comes to neighborhoods with park extensions.