Along the water, with views of New York City is where you will find the town of St. George on Staten Island, New York. Much of the St. George buildings and apartment complexes were built during the early 1900’s and are 19th century Queen Anne Style.
The current attractions in this neighborhood range, from the Richmond County Ballpark to The St. George Theater. As a historical feature, the St. George Theater was built in August of 1928 and doors opened on December 4th, 1929 as a 2,800 seat venue.
Today, St George is in the process of building New York City’s first outlet mall. It will be located at the base of the Staten Island Ferry Terminal and will hosts’ brands like Banana Republic outlet, Gap outlet, and H&M. (Empire Outlets)
Looking to move to St. George? This town has a lot to offer, from rich historical buildings to a new destination for shoppers! This neighborhood is located right beside the Staten Island Ferry and is 20 minutes from Manhattan. There has been a 31.6% increase in new listings and a 5.8% increase in median sales price.
NeighborhoodScout’s research revealed that 28.6% of the Saint George neighborhood’s commuters ride a ferry to and from work each day, which is more than we found in 100.0% of America’s neighborhoods. ( NeighborhoodScouts)
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