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Homeowners Insurance Quote Bergen Beach NY

Bergen Beach NY Home Insurance

Coastal Insurance Solutions is the top authority when it comes to Bergen Beach, New York and finding families great house insurance! We work with over 30 companies and can search the entire market in just one step, letting us give you the most competitive rate possible. We can send you proposals for review(up to 10) and help you pick the best company for you by checking out the rating, the price, and our claims experience. Our company understands that owning a home is a huge investment in many ways and protecting that home for you and your family is absolutely our top goal(followed by getting you the best price).
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About Bergen Beach NY:

The neighborhood is named for Hans Hansen Bergen, an early Norwegian settler of New Netherland. What is now Bergen Beach was an island off the coast of Canarsie that was connected to the mainland in the early 1900s using landfill.

Part of the neighborhood, called Georgetown, was undeveloped until the 1960s, when a community of 400 two-story colonials called Georgetowne Greens was proposed. Around the same time, Mayor John Lindsaysought to build a 904-unit middle-class project called Harbour Village in the same area. Harbour Village would be a Mitchell-Lama development; the uncertainty of whether it would be approved brought new construction on Georgetowne Greens to a halt.

The New York City Board of Estimate approved Harbour Village by an 18-0 vote on March 25, 1971, but ultimately rejected the proposal after public outcry by the mostly white, mostly well-off residents of nearby Bergen Beach and Mill Basin. By that point, interest in Georgetowne Greens had waned, and the project was terminated. The first houses built for the development still remain. Today, Georgetown, which is considered a subsection of Bergen Beach, is bounded by Ralph Avenue to the west, Veterans Avenue to the south, either Avenue T or Avenue U to the southeast, and Paerdegat Basin to the northeast.

The area is also the site of a new combined sewer overflow (CSO) facility for Paerdegat Basin. The CSO facility was completed in August 2011.

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