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Rochdale Village (Cooperative Housing Development) Queens, NY Private Investigator and Process Server

Rochdale Village is a residential complex and neighborhood located on the southeast corner of Queens Township in New York City.

Belongs to the 12th district of the community and is part of Greater Jamaica, which is formerly the former Town of Jamaica.

It shares territory with four other Queens neighborhoods, which are Albans, South Jamaica, Locust Manor and Springfield Gardens by Belt Parkway.

Queens Nassau Home is located near Rochdale, specifically 2 miles or 3.2 km away.

South of Rochdale is JFK Airport, specifically 1 mile or 1.6 km away.

The origin of its name is due to an English city located in Greater Manchester, which is recognized as the birthplace of the cooperative movement.

Rochdale has a massive and quite attractive architectural concept, which occupies 122 blocks and provides residents with a suburban environment.

The original neighborhood concept began in 1939, with the idea of being “a city within a city,” intending to attract and increase tourism to Laurelton, Springfield Gardens and Rosedale.

Tourism in the area was almost nil, the only site that attracted visitors was the headquarters of the Jamaica Race Course, which was managed by the Greater New York Association which today is known as the New York Racing Association. It was also managed by the non-existent Metropolitan Jockey Club.

Rochdale Village was occupied 100% at the end of the 20th century by its owners to eliminate the apartments of stabilized rent. What coincided with the decline in city crime.

Its population is around 25,000 residents.

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