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Saint Albans Queens, NY Private Investigator and Process Server

Saint Albans is a middle-class neighborhood in Queens Township in New York City. This community is in the middle of an intersection created with the union of Farmers Boulevard and Linden Boulevard, which can be used as a route to the JFK airport located to the south.

it is located in the middle of many different neighborhoods. It is northeast of South Jamaica, north of Springfield Gardens, northwest of Laurelton, west of Cambria Heights, southwest of Queens Village and south of Hollis.

In 1655, part of the land of Saint Albans was granted to the Dutch settlers by the governor of the New Netherlands, Peter Stuyvesant, and remained for the next two centuries as a land of crops and forests.

The core of this farming community was at its peak when in the 19th century the lands of four families – the Remsens, the Everitts, the Ludlums, and the Hendricksons – formed a union that expanded crop productivity to reach an extension in the eastern part of Jamaica City.

Village of Jamaica was the first incorporated town on Long Island in 1814 and its boundaries extended to Foch Boulevard in the 1920s, which includes parts of present-day Saint Albans.

Addisleigh Park is a small western enclave, a historic U.S. district in Saint Albans where African American notables such as Jackie Robinson, W. E. B. have lived in the area.

The Saint Albans Postal Service operates under zip code 11412 and is in the Queens 12 Community District.

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