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Staten Island

Staten Island
Staten Island, NY

Staten Island, with its population of 473,279, is the least populous and most suburban of New York CityÍs five boroughs. The 1964 opening of the Verrazano Bridge, which connected the borough to Brooklyn, drove development of the previously rural area and doubled its population. Its northern edge is dotted with denser, more urban neighborhoods like St. George, Tompkinsville, Clifton, and Stapleton, which are close the terminal for the ferry to Lower Manhattan. The southern end of the island is more leafy. One could mistake its streets, lined with large single-family homes, with yards and pools, for a bedroom community in upstate New York. Staten Island is not connected to the rest of New York City Subway system, except by the ferry, unlike the other four boroughs. The rapid rise of real estate prices has not bypassed Staten Island, which has seen its share of development as a result. In 2011, the city sold seven waterfront acres in the Stapleton neighborhood for $11 million to Ironstate Development. A 900-unit rental complex, plus retail and parking, is scheduled for completion by the end of 2015. The city is also leading the redevelopment of the waterfront around the ferry terminal and the Richmond County Ballpark. In order to attract tourists to the borough, developers are planning to build the biggest Ferris wheel in the world in St. George. -TA

  • Address Staten Island
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07/21/18
...was built in part on sand shipped from Staten Island in the 1970s. The same dirt that was roughly $350 per square foot in Staten...

07/17/18
...which has received state subsidies for development on Staten Island, gave a total of $40,000. During his tenure as governor, Cuomo has upheld key policies...

07/17/18
...West, and has locations at Lighthouse Point on Staten Island, 31-00 47th Avenue in Long Island City, 1740 Broadway and the Helmsley Building at 230 Park...

07/16/18
...beset by delays that caused costs to skyrocket. Staten Island Borough President Jimmy Oddo, a frequent critic of the DDC, said he hopes Grillo...

07/11/18
...percent compared to the same time last year. Staten Island posted the highest year-on-year increase, with foreclosures jumping 39 percent to 146. Read the report here...

07/09/18
...homes in the hardest hit areas such as Staten Island and Red Hook, is $500 million over budget. And it doesn’t look as though...

07/05/18
...projects each, while the Bronx had one, and Staten Island had none. Other notable developments include one of the first projects on its way...

06/21/18
...New York Times reported. At Seaview Estates on Staten Island, the city claims Oxford Realty repeatedly denied apartments to investigators who inquired about renting...

06/19/18
...took the other six spots. The Bronx and Staten Island were once again shut out. A roughly $1.4 billion loan to Delta Airlines for its...

06/15/18
...building from Phipps Houses in the South Bronx Staten Island --One new retail building with 1,412 square feet...

06/12/18
...dollars. For example, one agent – Dimitri Kirsheh from Staten Island – in March 2009 agreed to pay $25,000 in restitution to a client after failing to maintain...

06/06/18
...Queens 8) 59-02, 99th Street, Queens 9) 266 West Service Road, Staten Island...

06/06/18
...year-over-year increase, according to PropertyShark. New foreclosures on Staten Island jumped 226 percent to 189, compared to 58 in the first quarter of 2017, according to the report...

06/04/18
...took up the other three. The Bronx and Staten Island did not have any loans crack the top 10 that month. The largest loan for...

06/01/18
...for $20 million in 2014. Father-and-son developers make history in Staten Island with retail center buy Staten Island saw one of its biggest-ever investment sales deals...

...year-over-year increase, according to PropertyShark. New foreclosures on Staten Island jumped 226 percent to 189, compared to 58 in the first quarter of 2017, according to the report...

05/30/18
...father-and-son team has purchased a retail center on Staten Island for $41 million, one of the the largest investment-sales deals in the borough's history, The...

05/24/18
...by Hurricane Sandy, mostly in Queens, Brooklyn and Staten Island. At the East New York site, the city will give preference to bidders who...

05/14/18
...Ridge Auto Group. 2) Target, 1520 Forest Avenue, Elm Park (Staten Island) - 46,000 square feet The discount retailer signed a lease for 46,000 square feet at 1520 Forest...

05/11/18
...percent in Manhattan, 15 percent in Brooklyn, 9 percent in Staten Island and 4 percent in Queens. However, in the Bronx, home sales actually went up by...

05/10/18
...York Wheel Fortuna's wheel has spun upwards in Staten Island. The developers of the NY Wheel in St. George, who are currently mired in...

05/10/18
...offices or affordable housing. In West Chelsea and Staten Island, developers have opted for refurbishment. Meanwhile, in the Bronx, Hudson Companies and its partners...

05/07/18
...renderings of Urby and Empire Outlets (Credit: Urby Staten Island, Empire Outlets NYC) Staten Island may commonly be known as New York City’s...

05/03/18
...to the city include a storage facility on Staten Island, a mixed-use project on Metcalf Avenue in the Bronx, and a trio of buildings...

...offices or affordable housing. In West Chelsea and Staten Island, developers have opted for refurbishment. Meanwhile, in the Bronx, Hudson Companies and its partners...

10/31/16
...to sell was down for all boroughs except Staten Island. In Manhattan, developers led for 1,725 condo units, down 34.5 percent from last year’s 2,633. And...

10/10/16
...that will span about 56,000 square feet. 165 Bricktown Way, Staten Island A 197,333-square-foot movie theater is planned for this property in the Charleston section of...

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10/06/16
...construction permits has dropped in every borough except Staten Island this year, Brooklyn is experiencing the hardest fall. Last year, housing permitted in Brooklyn...

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03/07/16
...know more single-family homes have were planned for Staten Island in the last seven years than for any other borough? Or that those 1,780 Staen...

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02/22/16
...Buildings in the last year.   111 Cliffwood Avenue, Staten Island Total Construction Floor Area: 21,835 square feet The largest single-family home submitted to the DOB...

02/19/16
...qualify for the expired 421a developer tax break. Staten Island had the most issued construction permits, largely for one and two-family homes. In Manhattan...

...up from $2 billion in 2014. With the exception of Staten Island, Rosewood also brokered a greater dollar volume of business than any other firm in...

01/08/16
...our count and, as usual, nothing filed in Staten Island measured more than 10,000 square feet. As for commercial filings, Ziel Feldman's HFZ Capital Group...

...one to the Marketplace at Empire Outlets on Staten Island in 2017. “Because people eat out so much, food is becoming a major aspect of...

...are in Brooklyn with the exception of one Staten Island complex. Rebenwurzel, who was born in Budapest, is a multifamily investor who was very...

09/02/15
...trying hard enough to highlight new development in Staten Island. Brace yourselves, YIMBYs of St. George: plans were filed this past month for Triangle...

...Bay Street and Ironstate's David Barry For decades, Staten Island development was a largely local affair. While the borough’s population has exploded in...

07/07/15
...the real estate in the Bronx and on Staten Island combined, at least three of the five qualifying Manhattan filings for the month were...

...Green Realty; and Launchpads in St. George on Staten Island. “We have a lot more variety in company cultures and the operators are taking...

...in Long Island City. Finally, in the Bronx (Staten Island was excluded from the ranking because there is not enough brokerage data) Rosewood was...

...found. The rankings do not include sales in Staten Island, where comprehensive data was not available. The outer boroughs are “an area of major...

...the problem is less frequent in Manhattan and Staten Island, it still exists. Litigation is ongoing in the case of an Upper East Side...

...considerable amount of business there.” Bay Ridge — where Staten Island–based RE/MAX Metro has more listings than any other firm — is, in fact...

...another 215 buildings in the Bronx, Brooklyn, Queens and Staten Island. Other high-profile buildings it manages include New York by Gehry, a 900-unit rental at...

...sell,” he said. His company also works in Staten Island, but doesn’t specialize in that market. In fact, Wilk opened a Staten Island...

...in the midst of aggressive expansions. In September 2010, Staten Island...

...Brooklyn and Queens but still way ahead of Staten Island). A large transaction of roughly $54 million also helped buoy the borough’s average sales...

...experienced a 2.7 percent drop and the Bronx and Staten Island saw a flattening in prices. (See chart.) High Manhattan prices have prompted home hunters...

...largest sales were rung up in tony Douglaston. Staten Island prices fetch similar amounts as top Queens properties. The heftiest sales in the southernmost...

...percent of properties in the Bronx, Queens or Staten Island are protected under landmarks law. View the full report here...
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