Tag: Staten Island Homeport

The New York Times: Staten Island’s Turning Point?

C.J. Hughes at The New York Times features our client, Ironstate Development, in a report about the revitalization of Staten Island. A wide bay may separate Staten Island from the rest of the city. But in terms of real estate, differences between the borough and other enclaves seem to be lifting like a morning fog.…

NY1 Online: 36 Acre Waterfront Community Near Completion

NY1 VIDEO: While a lot of attention is being put on development projects in St. George including the NY Wheel and Empire Outlets, another development project just down the shoreline is getting closer to completion. The project is transforming 36 acres on the former Stapleton Homeport into a sustainable waterfront community.  It will include 900 units…

Staten Island Living, Retail Development Taking Shape on North Shore

Plans have been in the works for years to redevelop Staten Island’s north shore. Now, there are some visible signs of progress at one site, where a residential and retail space is expected to rise. NY1’s Amanda Farinacci filed the following report. At one time it was home to the U.S. Navy, a 36-acre space…

Staten Island: NYC’s farthest-flung borough gets ready for its close-up

via Adam Bonislawski/ New York Post Today’s NY POST report on Staten Island real estate features our clients Ironstate Development and Meadow Partners.  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…

Plan to Boost Staten Island ‘Downtown’

via LAURA KUSISTO/ The Wall Street Journal Staten Island sits just a half-hour ferry ride from the crowded shores of Lower Manhattan, but the area where passengers disembark presents a challenge for city officials and residents who hope to create an urban center in the city’s most suburban borough. In its last six months, the…

City Breaks Ground On SI Homeport Transformation Project

via Amanda Farinacci/ NY 1 With the Manhattan skyline as a backdrop, Mayor Michael Bloomberg and Staten Island officials broke ground on Thursday what’s to be a nearly $200 million transformation project at the old Homeport. “We’re breathing new life into a once blighted and abandoned spot in our city,” Bloomberg said. The 36-acre site…

Finally, it’s a go for Staten Island’s Homeport

via Irina Ivanova/Crain’s New York After decades of sporadic efforts, ground was finally broken Thursday for a $150 million redevelopment of the old Navy base near the ferry terminal. It is the first of three big projects—including a towering Ferris wheel that is underway. After more than two decades of aborted plans, and four years…

NY1 Online: Developer Talks About Rebuilding At Stapleton Homeport

Our client, David Barry of Ironstate Development Company, interviewed on NY 1 about the company’s mixed-use redevelopment project on Staten Island’s North Shore waterfront. NY1 VIDEO: Staten Island’s North Shore waterfront is going look much different in just a few years with several development projects in the works. One that is already underway is the mixed-use…