Private Investigator in Utopia Queens, NY
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Utopia Queens, NY Private Investigator and Process Server
Utopia is a middle-class neighborhood located in Fresh Meadows, in its southeastern part.
To the west is Utopia Parkway, which is one of the main streets of Queens Township. It stretches from Beechhurst to Jamaica Estates.
The area stretches along different streets that begin to merge from the north with Northern Boulevard and Cross Island Parkway, to the south with Hillside Avenue, and Grand Central Parkway.
In 1903 the Utopia Land Company was founded by Simon Freeman, Samuel Resler, and Joseph Fried. There was an extension of company land as they purchased 64 acres of land, from Flushing to Jamaica.
It was planned to build on behalf of Utopia Land Company, a cooperative community to attract Jewish families living on the Lower East Side of Manhattan.
The company intended to name the streets of the Lower East Side where many Jewish families were already living in the area.
The neighborhood was unable to continue its development because the company ran out of funds after its initial acquisition.
Felix Isman, a Philadelphia businessman, bought 118 acres for $350,000 in 1909.
At that time, Utopia Parkway received its name thanks to the works of Freeman, Resler, and Fried.
Utopia Parkway has a triangular-shaped recreation park extending to 73rd Avenue.
The area used to be called Black Stump and gave rise to the Black Stump School.
Utopia is a subsection of Fresh Meadows and is part of the Queens 8 Community Board.
It has a diverse population, consisting of many conservative and orthodox Jews, Chinese Americans, Korean Americans, Russian Americans, Native Americans, and Hispanics and Latin Americans.