This Way on Bay Print

It’s an exciting time for us here at This Way on Bay. Our first Print edition has been released and is headed to some of your favorite North Shore Staten Island spots.

There’s a new development scheme for the North Shore. Plans for the futuristic complex features a $33 million investment to expand infrastructure and establish a mixed-use waterfront park on a decommissioned naval base.

Sometimes the universe throws out change and growth where we least expect it to. Such is the case with the unlikely chaos which Superstorm Sandy brought to Scott Van Campen and his wife, D.B. Lampman. After having operated New York Fabricators for 12 years at 450 Front Street on the North Shore, the couple were left with total destruction to the premises. However, these business owners saw a ray of light and turned around their situation into envisioning this 6,000 ft. space into a creative space for the community.

Historic Stapleton

It’s very easy to find historic photos and postcards of Stapleton online. Some are on sale on eBay. Many from the NYC archives.

When the time comes to get a caffeine boost or to pick up a paper-back novel, no place along the Bay St. Corridor will satisfy the need like Every Thing Goes Book Cafe and Stage.

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