North Shore

Last June, CBS 2 reporter Elise Finch ran a story asking New Yorkers if Staten Island is turning into the “new Brooklyn” and shedding its reputation of being the “forgotten borough?”

Staten Island’s North Shore will be transformed once the $2-billion St. George Waterfront Redevelopment Project is complete in 2018. Millions of people are expected to visit the new attractions, especially the Empire Outlets and the New York Wheel.

We’ve created an embed of Google’s timelapse map of Staten Island. It’s interesting to see events like the construction of Richmond County Ballpark and the renovation of Fresh Kills happen in the blink of an eye.

Wingfest is an outdoor festival showcasing restaurants who serve Flagship Brewery ales to the community, and also taste different styles and flavors of the North Shore. There will be live music featuring John Lynch, Rob Kipp and Patrick Lynch as “{Chicken} Wings.”

Labyrinth Arts Collective at Edgewater Hall

Labyrinth Arts Collective aims to create interest in the Arts District of Staten Island by seeking mutual collaboration with groups within the tri-state area all year long.

Historic Stapleton

After being the first from Staten Island to ever win the NYC Neighborhood Challenge, the Historic Tappen Park Community Partnership has held the first of several meetings to organize “Illuminate Stapleton” on February 3rd.

Mixer

We’re committed to supporting local businesses on the North Shore of Staten Island, along the Bay Street corridor and the surrounding neighborhood. What better way to begin, than by mingling with your neighbors!

Just because it’s cold outside doesn’t mean at lovers have to suffer from cabin fever. In fact, this is one of the best times of the year to enjoy the North Shore’s John A.Noble Maritime Collection. A museum and study center located on the former grounds of the famous old retirement community, Sailors’ Snug Harbor

Staten Island Wheel Outlet Stores

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!