Welcome to St. George
Bustling urban locale with plenty to see and experience
Located on the northeastern most point of Staten Island, St. George is a vibrant urban neighborhood with plenty to do and see. It is situated directly on the Upper Bay and is a more densely populated community than nearby locales.
St. George is well-known for its abundance of restaurants, stores, and attractions. It is home to the scenic North Shore Waterfront Esplanade and the Richmond County Bank Ballpark (which is also located directly on the waterfront). Visitors and residents can also visit The Staten Island September 11th Memorial, which serves as a remembrance of all of the locals who were lost on that day in 2001.
When searching for the perfect residential property in St. George, you’ll find a mix of condos, single-family, and multi-family homes. Real estate in this neighborhood tends to cost a bit more than in the surrounding suburbs. One bed, one bath condo units are often priced between $250,000-$300,000, with more spacious and updated properties selling for over $1 million.
What to Love
- Exceptional restaurants and shopping
- Home to several beautiful parks/playgrounds and top Staten Island attractions
- Situated on the Upper Bay
People & Lifestyle
Prospective buyers who seek a more lively city environment on Staten Island will find exactly what they want in St. George. Set within reach of New York City, this is the ideal place to live for those who want to get the best value on a home while being near the busyness of city life.
In fact, residents of St. George have direct ferry access to Lower Manhattan. The Staten Island Ferry Terminal takes individuals to the Whitehall Ferry Terminal, a mere 5.2 miles away. Rather than stress about a morning and evening commute, you can get to and from work by taking a relaxing ride on the water.
Dining, Shopping & Entertainment
On top of offering effortless access to the best shopping and dining NYC has to offer, St. George has its own scene to explore.
Along Richmond Terrace, you’ll be able to enjoy a leisurely afternoon of top-notch shopping. At the Empire Outlets, browse the shops, including Columbia Factory Store, Old Navy, Nike Factory Store, Nordstrom Rack, and Francesca’s. As you take a stroll around town, check out Fort Place Deli grocery store, Everything Goes Clothing
, Vannessa Flowers
, and Key Food Supermarkets.
If you consider yourself a restaurant connoisseur, get ready to enjoy the broad spectrum of flavors at St. George’s best dining establishments. Locals here can’t get enough of the menu items at places such as Beso
, Chang Noi Thai
, Mandi House
, Pier 76
, Blaze Jamaican Restaurant, and Gingerbread House.
Things to Do
If you are someone who enjoys filling their free time with new and exciting things to do, you’ll feel right at home in St. George. There is never a shortage of things to explore in and around this neighborhood.
Start your day by taking in stunning views of the Bay at North Shore Waterfront Esplanade Park. Walk or run along Bank Street to experience the full beauty of the water. Don’t miss a visit to the National Lighthouse Museum
, The Living Roof community garden, and the Richmond County Bank Ballpark
Away from the water, even more fun awaits. Make plans to spend some time at Mahoney Playground, Fort Hill Park, and the Lt. Lia Playground. You can even hop on the Staten Island Ferry to spend a day in New York City.
St. George is home to several excellent schools. Top educational opportunities include: