St. George


St. George sits on the northeast corner of Staten Island, and surrounds the ferry terminal.  As the Island’s civic and transportation hub, it contains courthouses and municipal offices that serve as its centerpieces and hosts over 70,000 passengers daily on the Staten Island ferry.  The neighborhood has become a focal point for investment and development due to its scenic views of lower Manhattan and ease of travel.

Connected to the rest of Downtown Staten Island by the Bay Street corridor, St. George offers an array of cultural and entertainment options for visitors, including the Staten Island Yankees, the St. George Theatre, and the National Lighthouse Museum.  The Empire Outlets and Lighthouse Point will soon offer prime retail options, eateries, and open space, just a short walk away from the ferry.

With a rich history going back hundreds of years, St. George is known for its variety of well-kept architectural styles including Victorian, Tudor, and Art Deco, and its topography that offers sweeping views of New York Harbor.


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"Strong neighborhoods are the backbone of our city, and the $1.54 million in investments to Staten Island is going a long way towards revitalizing key commercial corridors.  By working with the Staten Island Chamber of Commerce, we are responding to local needs to support small business growth and build more vibrant neighborhoods for all New Yorkers."

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what's in the neighborhood


Community Services

  • U.S. Post Office
  • Seamen's Society
  • St. Vincent's Services
  • Staten Island Vet Center

Food & Drink

  • Honor Wines
  • Pier 76 Restaurant
  • Hard Hat Café
  • 120 Bay Café

Professional Services

  • Gateway Arms Realty

  • Allstate
  • Up and Growing Daycare

Shops & Markets

  • Cindi's Jewelry