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Grant City Neighborhood Summary
To the east of Grant City is Midland Beach, and Lighthouse Hill is to the west.
In Grant City, the focus is on a slower-paced way of life where family comes first. This attitude is reflected in its quiet tree-lined residential streets, dotted with sturdy Colonials, well-maintained Victorians, tidy brick Ranches, and affordable multifamily homes that make up the neighborhood's real estate market. If this appeals to you, Grant City could be your new home. Call today for more information.
History of Grant City
The neighborhood's namesake is the great Civil War General and U.S. President Ulysses S. Grant. In fact, many of the streets in Grant City bear the presidential names, such as Adams Avenue for President John Adams and Lincoln Avenue for President Abraham Lincoln.
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Grant City's Nearby Neighborhoods
Grant City's Nearby Amenities
Grant Hill is bordered to the west by Richmond Road, which is also borders the Richmond County Country Club and High Rock Park. There are plenty of small, independent businesses within Grant City along both Richmond Road and Hylan Avenue, including cafes, restaurants, shops, banks, salons, movie theaters, and much more, in addition to larger chain stores for the convenience of the area's residents. The neighborhood is served by both public schools (elementary, middle, and high schools) as well as private schools. Latourette Park, High Rock Park, and Todt Hill Woodlands are all parks in the vicinity of Grant City.
Grant City Schools
Grant City is close to a number of public and private schools for K-12 students, as well as institutes of higher learning, such as Wagner College, St. John's University, and the College of Staten Island. For a map and more detailed information of schools you can find all across Staten Island, please visit our Local Schools page.
Transportation in Grant City
Perhaps one of Grant City's most desirable traits is its accessibility to both public transportation and roadways off the island. Rail commuters can choose from the Grant City station, the New Dorp station, or the Jefferson Avenue station, while car commuters can head north on Richmond Road to the Staten Island Expressway onto the Verrazano Bridge to Brooklyn and points beyond, or, for those who commute to New Jersey, to the Bayonne Bridge or Goethals Bridge. Express buses to midtown Manhattan stop along Hylan Boulevard. Local buses serve Grant City via Richmond Road, Lincoln Avenue, and Midland Avenue.
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