Run by F.I.T Graduate and prominent NYC Artist Kiaira La’Che, the mission of Kinetik Arts is to. Provide a place for local artists to display their work but also get involved with their community. A Showroom, commercial and event space all in one. If you are in town this gallery must be on your places to visit. Aside from the amazing art, there is also an amazing view of the city from within the gallery, a great place to come watch the sunset on a hardworking new york city day.
The acclaimed Clinton Hall has opened their 6th location in NYC and first location on Staten Island, at Empire Outlets just in time for summer. Empire Outlets planed a soft opening for the restaurant on Friday, July 2. The restaurant is currently open and located at 55 Richmond Terrace Staten Island, NY 10301 on the 4th Floor of Empire Outlets. The perennially popular super craft beer hall is toasting its debut in Staten Island each weekend by opening it’s outdoors to the public from 3 pm – 10 pm, Friday – Sunday. In addition to serving up Supercraft beer selections, wine, and cocktails, they’ll also have a can’t miss Shell Shack Summer Lobster Roll on their menu from Executive Chef Darryl Harmon with more seasonal bites on the way in the coming weeks.
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.
If you’re looking for a way to support and celebrate Staten Island this holiday season then look no further.
It’s about to be an even better time to live on Staten Island. If only one thing is good about this Island, it’s the food. We’re about to get a whole lot of restaurants and eateries over the course of the next few years. Many of these restaurants will be featured in either the soon-to-be renovated Staten Island Mall or the upcoming Empire Outlets.
It’s coming, and it’s going to change New York City forever. When Tourists make their way to Staten Island on their trip past Lady Liberty, they’ll no longer make a u-turn in the St. George ferry terminal and head back to Manhattan
The smart people behind the Empire Outlets YouTube channel seem to understand how much Staten Islanders like drone footage. In the clip above posted on April 13th, you can see 3.2 million pounds of steel that makes up the MTA Build-over Area, a feature that protects the St. George community protection from future Hurricane Sandy type superstorms. The flyover of the site also shows a general state of the build site from the top of a crane.
Here at This Way on Bay, we’ve been keeping you up to date on the development of the core four developments on Staten Island. Today we have a real treat, the Instagram above shows the embed foundation for one the New York Wheel’s massive legs.
The official YouTube account of the Empire Outlets posted an update on it’s construction. The videos above show the progress of NY’s first outlet mall, being built right here on Staten Island.
Today, we give you a series of interviews , originally uploaded to the official New York Wheel YouTube account, from some key players to the completion of the project, as well as in the north shore community.
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