St. George Tompkinsville

208 Bay St
Staten Island, NY 10301

A Variety of Charming Living Options in St. George and Tompkinsville

St George is a thriving sometimes-urban, sometimes-suburban neighborhood located on the northeastern tip of Staten Island, on a peninsula at the convergence of the Kill Van Kill and the Upper New York Bay. Tompkinsville is a slightly more suburban area located directly south of St. George and stretching a bit farther west. Together, these two neighborhoods form a unique community filled with shops, businesses, restaurants, art galleries and museums, parks, and much more affordable living options.

Additionally, St. George is home to the Staten Island Ferry terminal (for free rides to Manhattan) and Tompkinsville is the site of the northernmost terminal of the Staten Island Railway. If you’re looking for an NYC community with quieter streets, clearer skies, and lower price tags—one that’s still an easy commute from Manhattan, that is—then it’s time to come explore the neighborhoods of St. George and Tompkinsville.

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St. George and Tompkinsville at a Glance

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Stapleton, Silver Lake, New Brighton

Living in St. George and Tompkinsville

St. George

St. George is all about variety. It’s got bustling streets lined in businesses and high-rise condos that look downright urban. It’s got quiet and lush neighborhoods with a laid-back suburban feel. It’s even got a few old Victorian homes climbing steep hillsides that almost look like a slice out of San Francisco. In short, St. George has a lot of unique options to offer buyers—affordable, luxurious, urban, suburban, rowhomes, condos, mansions, and everything in between.

This community is also home to a number of attractions, such as the Staten Island Institute of Arts & Sciences, the National Lighthouse Museum, the Postcard Memorial, and the St. George Theatre, which dates back to 1928. It even has a thriving Downtown district that includes tons of small businesses worth a visit, like Everything Goes Book Cafe and Neighborhood Stage or Pier 76.


Smaller and a bit quieter and more suburban, Tompkinsville is still pulsing with life and possibility. It’s home to one of the city’s largest Sri Lankan communities—and a pretty fantastic restaurant scene that includes local favorites like New Asha, Dosa Garden, and Lakruwana Gourmet. It’s also got a thriving arts scene, thanks to live music and art venues like Deep Tanks Studio, Coyle Cavern, and the Universal Temple of the Arts. There’s even a Second Saturday Art Walk that stretches from neighboring Stapleton to the North Shore esplanade.

On its southwestern edge, Silver Lake Park is a 200+-acre park featuring a wealth of amenities, including stunning natural landscaping, tennis courts, sports fields, walking trails, a skate park, and even an 18-hole golf course.

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