St. George

Located on the northeastern tip of Staten Island, St. George is the most densely developed and diverse neighborhood in Staten Island. Positioned where the Kill Van Kull enters the New York Bay, this neighborhood is known for being the administrative center of the borough, the central hub for transportation, and Staten Island’s downtown area. The area provides the perfect balance of culture, arts, and history and is currently undergoing a “renaissance” of revitalization and renewal. St. George offers quick access to Manhattan via the Staten Island Ferry and other areas of the borough via Staten Island Rapid Transit or bus service. For commuters who drive, a quick ride over the Verrazano Bridge will take you to Brooklyn or Manhattan. There are many housing options in the St. George area. Historic Victorian and Colonial homes and apartments residing in pre-war buildings add the perfect balance of history and culture among newly constructed homes and apartments. Offering a wide variety of restaurants, it is not uncommon to find authentic-themed restaurants, classic steakhouses, wine bars, coffee shops, and tapas bars only blocks away from one another.

Cargo Cafe

Cargo Cafe

Cargo Cafe is located in St. George at 120 Bay Street. A short walk from the Staten Island Ferry brings you to this eclectic eatery which offers a pub grub menu, full bar, and a vibe full of “lotta peace, lotta love, lotta interesting things.

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The Accolade Condos

The Accolade Condos

Located in a gated community called Bay Street Landing, The Accolade Condos offers many amenities, including a private lounge with a bar, private dining room and catering services, a golf simulator, children’s playroom, pet spa, and fitness center (to name a few).

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Flagship Brewery

Flagship Brewery

Let’s raise a glass to Flagship Brewery, the first brewery to open on Staten Island in over 50 years!

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St. Peter’s Church

St. Peter’s Church

St. Peter's ChurchSt. Peter's Church located in St. George, on Staten Island's North Shore, is the oldest of the 36 Roman Catholic parishes on Staten Island, established in 1839, and located at 53 St. Marks Place, Staten Island, NY 10301. Magnificent French Gothic in...

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P.S. 59 – The Harbor View School

P.S. 59 – The Harbor View School

PS 59, the Harbor View School: One of Staten Island’s newest North Shore elementary schools is the Harbor View School, located at 300 Richmond Terrace (the former site of St. Peters Girls Elementary and High School).

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St. George Greenmarket

St. George Greenmarket

St. George GreenmarketOperated through Grow NYC, a privately funded nonprofit organization, the St. George Greenmarket visits the corner of St. Mark’s Place and Hyatt St. on Saturdays from 8am-2pm. The Greenmarket in St. George is one of 54 urban farmers markets...

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Fort Place Bed and Breakfast

Fort Place Bed and Breakfast

Fort Place Bed and BreakfastLocated at 22 Fort Place in St. George is one of Staten Island’s few bed and breakfasts, Fort Place Bed and Breakfast. Conveniently located near the Staten Island Ferry and within walking distance from St. George’s many attractions, Fort...

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National Lighthouse Museum

National Lighthouse Museum

National Lighthouse Museum: Still without a home, supporters of the National Lighthouse Museum have their sights set on St. George, Staten Island as a place to call home. The museum’s goal is to celebrate and enhance the historical significance and maritime heritage of lighthouses…

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Zipcar

Zipcar

ZipcarA great alternative to owning or renting a car has reached the St. George area of Staten Island. This car-sharing program is located on Wall Street between Academy and Stuyvesant Place and allows members to use a vehicle by the hour or by the day. Here’s how it...

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St George Theater

St George Theater

St George TheaterSt. George Theatre: This is a beautiful landmarked movie house that opened in 1929 and is just two blocks from the Staten Island Ferry. Located at 35 Hyatt Street, and truly a magnificent treasure on Staten Island’s North Shore. When it opened, the...

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Curtis High School

Curtis High School

Curtis High SchoolCurtis High School A Magnificent example of elaborate Gothic architecture. Located just outside the historic district of St. George. This stately landmark building is the oldest high school on Staten Island. It was founded on February 9, 1904, and is...

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