St. George Waterfront Wheel Photo supplied by nycedc.comSt. George is a neighborhood located on the northeastern corner of Staten Island. Filled with rich history, culture, and arts, this area has always been in popular demand. Now, with the new developments being made in the area, St. George is becoming the next Williamsburg. 

Current Amenities

At the moment, St. George has a myriad of places to eat, drink, and do fun activities. These places cater to people of all ages and can be done all year round.  

Some of these places to enjoy recreational activities include:

Staten Island Museum

Located at 75 Stuyvesant Place, 10301, this museum is just a short and convenient walk to the Staten Island Ferry. Since it was founded in 1881, this museum has made it its mission to "engage visitors with…

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The Real Estate profession might be one of the toughest careers around. However, with a lot of hard work, honesty, knowledge, and determination, it can be one of the most rewarding. Those who survive in this commission based profession have to love their job and persevere. Suzanne and I recently told our agents that our policy of surrounding ourselves with good people allow great things to happen. We are very proud of each and every agent and staff member because of these amazing people, Tom Crimmins Realty sold 532 homes in 2016 and opened a third location in the Tottenville area. We now have a presence in the North Shore, Mid-Island, and the South Shore. This past Thursday, March 23rd, SIBOR recognized Top Producers islandwide. These Top Producers…

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We at Tom Crimmins realty, know the importance of fun and interesting recreational activities. If you're in the St. George area looking for something to do, check out the National Lighthouse Museum. Newly opened in September 2014, it is currently located on the grounds of the former U.S. Lighthouse Service “Super” Depot on the North Shore, at 200 The Promenade at Lighthouse Point, 10301. 

Their Mission:

  1. To establish and maintain a history museum open to the public relating to lighthouses and located on Staten Island, County of Richmond, New York.
  2. To collect, preserve, and interpret objects related to the history and technology of lighthouses located, in the past or present, at sites throughout the United States.
  3. To research, document and…

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10 Bay St LandingThis bright and stunning 7th floor co-op is located in the St. George area of Staten Island. Its incredible view, amenities, and convenient location make this listing a must see!

This co-op boasts an elevated living room with wet-bar and separate dining room, both with beautiful water views, a large kitchen with granite counter-tops, 2 bedrooms, 1 and 3/4 bathrooms, which offer custom iridescent glass tiles and rain shower-head. Additional features include an office space, oak hardwood floors throughout the space, high ceilings, an in unit washer and dryer as well as a large separate dressing room in the master bedroom.

This fully gated property offers a myriad of recreational areas encompassing tennis courts, a basketball court, a dog-run, a…

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We here at Tom Crimmins Realty, hope you have a happy and safe St. Patricks Day!

This year on March 5, 2017, Staten Island held its 53rd annual St.Patrick's Day parade. This yearly commemoration of Irish culture brought together about 50,000 spectators, wearing classic green attire and indulging in Irish foods and drinks.

History of St. Patricks Day

For those who don't know, St. Patrick's Day takes place on March 17th in observance of the death of the patron saint of Ireland, St. Patrick. Originally, this day began as a religious feast, however, it has evolved into a worldwide celebration involving parades, festivals, foods, and music. The Irish have celebrated this religious holiday for over 1,000 years, as it has been the legend that St.…

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What is the HOA?

The Homeowners' Association (HOA), is an organization that is common among many developments such as gated communities, or housing subdivisions. The association is generally comprised of homeowners who have volunteered to serve as members of the HOA board. Therefore, they are responsible for providing regulations for the maintenance of the community, that residents within the community adhere to. With these regulations also come HOA fees, which pay for the upkeep of common areas around the neighborhood. According to the Community Associations Institute, about 20% of Americans live in a community that is regulated by a homeowners, condo associations, or co-op board.

What Exactly Do HOA Fees Cover?

The HOA fees can range from about…

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