You, The Resident, Business Men and Women of Downtown Staten Island,are the cornerstone of making our economy work for everyone. Small business is always at the forefront of growth & innovation.
Empire Outlets is set to transform Staten Island’s St. George waterfront, with its spectacular views of Manhattan, New York Harbor and the Atlantic Ocean, into one of New York City’s top tourism destinations.
Since the Staten Island Yankees were created in 1999 and moved to Richmond County Ball Park in 2001, the Low A team has shown New York’s southernmost borough some great baseball. The team has won seven division titles and six championships since 2000, the last coming in 2011.
That ferry may not carry many people who live in other parts of the city, but it is very popular with tourists, who take advantage of its free fare to get a close-up look at the Statue of Liberty. At the request of the Staten Island borough president, James Oddo, the city’s Independent Budget Office produced a study last month of the feasibility of charging out-of-towners to ride the ferry.
With all of the development slated for the near future on Staten Island, it’s difficult to keep track what’s going where, and when the different projects are opening up. Well, the official website of St. George’s The New York Wheel has got you covered!
Success should be this family’s last name. The Gomez brought 5 star quality to not only Staten Island but also to Bayonne and Midtown with its famous place “Da Noi”. The restaurant represents true Italian cuisine, a cozy atmosphere and elegance.
Purchasing goods from your local business in your neighborhood puts 70% of that money back into circulation in your local economy. Spending the same amount of money in a local chain store puts approx 40% back into circulation in your local economy. Spending it on line with an out of state on line store puts 0 % back into your local economy.