Private Investigator in Rockwood Park Queens, NY
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Rockwood Park Queens, NY Private Investigator and Process Server
Rockwood Park is a Howard Beach area of Queens Township in New York City.
It is considered to be a section of the highest society and mostly consists of single-family houses.
Most of its residents call the area “New Howard.”
It extends from 78th Street, located to the north, to 92nd Street, located to the south. Its extension from east to the west begins at 156th Avenue until 165th Avenue which is its borders.
The bus lines that work at Rockwood Park are Q41 and Q21.
The area stretches to Springfield Creek Park, which reaches its last street in the middle of Brooklyn and Queens.
The area remained undeveloped during the early 20th century.
At the end of the Second World War, many Cape Cod-style houses were built in the area, this was because the land west of Cross Bay Boulevard was renovated.
Between the 1960s and 1970s, many ranch-style houses were built.
The famous criminal boss of Gambino’s family, John Gotti, lived on 85th Street in Rockwood Park, as did many important members of the mafia in the history of the United States at Howard Beach, in its most luxurious area.
Another construction boom began at Rockwood Park between the late 1980s and 2000.
Most of its traditional Cape Cod-style houses were demolished and one-million-dollar luxury mini-mansions were built instead.
After living on Coney Island, famous folk singer Woodie Guthrie and his family moved to Rockwood Park on 85th Street.
The area has more than 55 trails where you can take a guided tour to see the park.
Rockwood Park shares postal service with Howard Beach, both zones use zip code 11414.