St. George, Staten Island Neighborhood Review
Located on the northeastern tip of Staten Island, St. George is bordered by Tompkinsville to the south and the neighborhood of New Brighton to the west.
Possibly due to its convenient placement right off the Staten Island Ferry Terminal, St. George remains the most densely developed neighborhood on Staten Island.
Victorian, Colonial and Tudor-style homes populate the historic district of the St. George neighborhood but there are many apartments situated right along the waterfront with fabulous views of the harbor and NYC.
The St. George Theater is a landmarked spot popular for hosting performances, film and television shoots, concerts and educational programs.
Other points of interest include the Staten Island Yankees Ballpark, the North Barrett Esplanade Park, the Staten Island September 11th Memorial, and the National Lighthouse Museum.
FUN FACT:The Verrazano-Narrows Bridge, also known as the starting point for the New York City marathon, claimed three lives during its construction in 1964.
The Verrazano-Narrows Bridge is the longest bridge in the country and connects Staten Island to Brooklyn.
Staten Island is the only borough not connected to New York City by the subway, so it looks like the ferry or bus will have to do for all of those non-car owners out there.
St. George is the terminal for the Staten Island Railway and the Staten Island Ferry.
The ferry takes approximately 30 minutes to reach Manhattan.
Most bus routes stop at the Staten Island Ferry and St. George Ferry Terminal
|Ferry||Free of Charge|
|Bus||X1, X2, X3, X4, X5, X7, X8, X9, X10, X11, X12, X14, X15, X17, X19, X21, X22, X22A, X23, X24, X30, X31, X42|
Average Rent Prices
|Studio||1 Bedroom||2 Bedrooms||3 Bedrooms|
Coles Dockside Restaraunt will make you feel like you are on a tropical island, not Staten Island. Enjoy marina views, yummy cocktails and a wide selection of delicious seafood in a relaxed environment for lunch or dinner.
Enjoy two Italian grandmother's authentic dishes at Enoteca Maria. The concept is simple: "Every evening, one of the resident Italian nonnas and a guest nonna from a different part of the world cook their own recipes from the old country, giving diners the opportunity to enjoy nonna’s home cooking away from home."
Cozy up at Beso, a small Spanish tapas restaurant along the waterfront. Patrons will be sure to enjoy great music, a relaxed atmosphere, and food bursting with flavor.
For a great evening, visit Jimmie Steiny's Pub for some great beer, food, and live music.
Public & Charter Schools
All Staten Island schools fall under District #31, which means there are a lot of really great schools to offer Staten Island residents.
Staten Island Technical School is ranked #2 out of all NYC schools.
|Curtis High School||Public - 9-12 - 2,483 students||Stimulating curriculum, top-notch arts education, city-champion sports|
|Ralph R. McKee Career and Technical Education High School||Public - 9-12 - 622 students||Well-equipped career education programs, supportive environment, diverse course options|
|Staten Island Technical High School||Public - 9-12 - 1,278 students||Challenging curriculum, strong engineering program, students learn Russian, prepares students for college|
|P.S. 35 Clove Valley School||Public - k-5 - 371 students||Small community school with a small student-teacher ratio, involved PTA|
|John W. Lavelle Preparatory Charter School||Public Charter - 6-12 - 490 students||Small class sizes, nearly three adults per classroom, aims to prepare all students for college|
|St. Joseph Hill Academy - High School||Private all-girls Catholic - 9-12 - 407 students||Highly rated, dedicated faculty, students graduate college-ready|
|PS 5 Huguenot||Public - k-5 - 245 students||Attentive staff, involved parents, secure environment|