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Learn more about Private Investigator in Soundview Bronx, NY here.

Soundview Bronx, NY Private Investigator and Process Server

Situated north of Clason Point and Harding Park in the New York City borough of the Bronx sits Soundview, a mostly working-class residential neighborhood bounded by the Bronx River, Lacombe Avenue, the Cross-Bronx Expressway, and the White Plains Road. An interesting fact about Soundview is how the Bruckner Expressway bisects it horizontally through the middle, while the Bron River Parkway does the same vertically. The primary roadway is Soundview Avenue. Soundview together with Unionport, Castle Hill, Clason Point, Parkchester, Bronx River, Bruckner, and Harding Park make up the Bronx Community Board 9, and its ZIP codes are 10472 and 10473. Soundview is patrolled by the police officers at the 43rd Precinct of the New York City Police Department.

The neighborhood has a population of approximately 32.000 with a predominantly Hispanic and Latino demographic, although, there is a significant African-American community currently residing in Soundview. Although the neighborhood is far from any major commercial hub, residents can still fulfill their most basic shopping needs without having to leave town or the borough. Public transportation is somewhat of an issue for the morning commute, while the town has several local bus lines taking residents to different stops across the neighborhood. For those who need to travel to Midtown Manhattan, there are only a couple of options, since Soundview is too close to the city, the MTA Regional Bus Operations has no express buses available. However, residents can board the 6 train at the Elder Avenue stop. Even though Soundview is far from any of the largest parks in the borough, they have a park of their own, the Soundview Park.

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