St. George: Staten Island's Developing Waterfront

7 October 2012 from 10am to 10am

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Join life-long Staten Islander, Georgia Trivizas, as she accompanies you from Manhattan and across the river to her hometown, bringing you through the area surrounding the Staten Island Ferry Terminal. Known as St. George, the neighborhood on the northeastern tip of Staten Island is the most densely developed region of the island, serving as the administrative center of the borough, a home to the St. George Historical District (designated by the New York Landmarks Preservation Commission in 1994), and the site of the islandГ­s many large artist communities

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