• Bucking national trend: Big retail projects coming to Staten Island

    STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. — As the corridors of malls across the country remain empty and unprofitable due to the rise in online shopping, Staten Island will soon be home to nearly 1.4 million more square feet of retail space. In fact, Staten Island is experiencing a huge investment in retail, which will create thousands of new jobs, and will set the stage for the borough to be seen as a leader in New York City’s retail industry. [Read More]
  • Name the food & beverage deck at Riverside Galleria

    STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. — The developers and leasing agents of Riverside Galleria — a retail complex that will include a large waterfront promenade, a multiplex cinema and eateries with outdoor dining in Charleston — are asking the public to help name the food and beverage deck of the new center. “Aside from providing shoppers with magnificent retail options, we want Riverside Galleria to be a destination for people who want to stroll the waterfront, enjoy a movie and have a great meal,” said Robert Konig, executive project manager for Riverside Galleria. [Read More]
  • Riverside Galleria approval process underway – December 11, 2016

    Riverside Galleria is moving forward with its city mandated Uniformed Land Use Review Process, reported Steven Barshov, partner of the Manhattan-based Sive, Paget and Riesel who are the attorneys for the project.  Said Barshov in a recent Staten Island Advance Article, “We are expecting to get certified in the next three to four months of 2017, and then ULURP goes through its regular time period, and if all goes as it should, we’ll be approved. And we should be approved within calendar year 2017.” At the same time, the project was being showcased at the International Council of Shopping Center (ICSC) annual New York City real estate conference. Said James Prendamano, Managing Director of Casandra Properties, the leasing agents for the project, “”I had a who’s who (of meetings) set up for the show, as there is a lot of interest in Riverside Galleria.” [Read More]
  • Traffic and parking plans unveiled for Riverside Galleria – May 2, 2016

    The May 2, 2016 article which appeared in the Staten Island Advance reported that the developers of riverside Galleria have devised a traffic and parking plan to make accessing the site easier for the community.  The developer will be constructing more than 2,300 feet of new roads, plus turning lanes along Arthur Kill Road. Said Nathaniel Zuelzke, project leader and senior designer of the Manhattan-based STUDIO V Architecture – the architect for the project, “We only have 600-feet of frontage on Arthur Kill Road. The solution we have come up with, which we think will pull any type of traffic congestion off Arthur Kill Road, is to create a (network) of new streets that are connecting the two edges of our property where they touch Arthur Kill Road. We have about 2,330 odd linear feet of new road that form a U-shape, and our project will front primarily onto these new roads, as well as a small section of Arthur Kill Road where we are keeping the Cole House.”  [read more]
  • Riverside Galleria, a new luxury waterfront retail center

    weboverlookRiverside Galleria, a new luxury waterfront retail center, will be located on the south shore of Staten Island, just below the Outerbridge Crossing.  This nearly 500 thousand square foot shopping center will be home to a new dine-in movie theater operated by local businessmen Greg and Jessie Scarola who currently run The Atrium in Eltingville.
    James Prendamano, Managing Director of Casandra Properties says that Riverside Galleria will be a new type of retail center offering Staten Island residents “destination” shopping that will include entertainment, food and beverage, retail and possibly an upscale grocer.  Prendamano says that up until now there has been no synergy in the way retail is laid out in Staten Island retail centers.  Riverside Galleria will provide shoppers with a retail experience that will satisfy their every need. Read More here (http://sibiztrends.com/2015/11/04/riverside-galleria-to-serve-unmet-need-in-staten-island/)
  • 55,000 Square Foot Dine-In Movie Theater with Rooftop Bar Coming to Staten Island’s South Shore

    190Hw7XiKRM_400x4006a00d83420911553ef010535e882ac970cRiverside Galleria, a 21+ acre outdoor, waterfront, retail complex located in the Charleston section of Staten Island has secured its first lease before breaking ground. Robert Konig, executive project manager for Riverside Galleria, announced that they have signed a lease with Gregg and Jesse Scarola, managing partners of The Atrium, to build a theater with 12 to 16 screens and rooftop bar. When completed, Riverside Galleria will offer 458,000 square feet of retail, entertainment and dining options as well as a public promenade. Riverside Galleria is slated to be open for business in 2017 To read more about this , click the logos above.                         .
  • CHARLESTON RETAIL COMPLEX WILL HIGHLIGHT HISTORIC COMPONENTS OF SITE

    6a00d83420911553ef010535e882ac970cRiverside Galleria, a 450+ thousand waterfront retail complex located in the Charleston section of Staten Island will include a restaurant and catering facility that celebrates the history of the site. The restaurant will be located in the 19th century Cole House which fronts on Arthur Kill Road. Though the building is not landmarked, developers wanted to celebrate the rich history of the site and asked award winning architect, Jay Valgora to preserve the building as part of the design. The area where Riverside Galleria is located was settled by the Dutch and has been a part of New York City history since it was first opened as a grist mill in the 17th century.
  • NEW OUTDOOR RETAIL COMPLEX COMING TO CHARLESTON

    6a00d83420911553ef010535e882ac970cA new outdoor, waterfront retail complex will open in the Charleston section of Staten Island adjacent to the Outerbridge Crossing. Riverside Galleria, a project being developed by Melohn Properties, Inc., will offer visitors more than 450 Thousand square feet of retail, entertainment and waterfront dining options along with a public promenade. The environmentally forward retail complex has been designed by award winning architect, Jay Valgora of Studio V who is best known for his waterfront designs.