Saint George facelift is under way! I hope this brings new life to a potentially vibrant area.
via Adam Bonislawski/ New York Post
Today’s NY POST report on Staten Island real estate features Ironstate Development.
Everyone loves a water view, but, as the saying goes, God isn’t building any more beachfront property.
And so, as New York’s waterfront has emerged from its industrial past as a prime location for residential real estate, builders have steadily moved farther and farther afield in search of new spots for development.
Lately, they’ve made their way to Staten Island.
The city’s least populous borough, Staten Island has often been an afterthought in discussions of New York real estate. But with several hundred million dollars in commercial and residential development slated for the area, the island — and its Manhattan-facing north shore, in particular — is having a moment.
“It’s part of the larger story of outer borough waterfront development,” says David Barry, president of Ironstate Development, which is in…
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