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About the East Shore

A hub for commercial development

About the East Shore

The East Shore is the waterside region running along the East Coast of Staten Island. It includes land that stretches from the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge in the north to Great Kills Park in the south. Residents and visitors are often in walking distance of the Staten Island Railway, which terminates at the ferry. Residents and visitors alike support businesses along commercial corridors: Hylan Boulevard, which runs north and south, is the most developed, while Midland Avenue, Sand Lane, Seaview Avenues, and Father Capodanno, which runs parallel to the beach, have small retail and commercial strips.

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Resilient Neighborhoods

Click below for a copy of the NYC planning case study.



NYC Planning, “Resilient Neighborhoods: East Shore, Staten Island.”

East and South Shores of Staten Island

Click below for a copy of a report that contains in-depth information on the topography, demographics, and economies of the East and South Shores.



NYC Special Initiative for Rebuilding and Resiliency, “East and South Shores of Staten Island.”

Shoreline Parks Plan

Click below to be directed to the NYC Parks website for more information about the NYC Parks Plan.



NYC Parks, “Shoreline Parks Plan: A Plan for the East Shore of Staten Island.”

Coastal Storm Risk Management

Click below to view the South Shore of Staten Island Coastal Storm Risk Management Feasibility Study.



U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, “South Shore of Staten Island NY, Coastal Storm Risk Management.”