• Stapleton's "Windows Into the Past" Project

    "Windows Into the Past" is a project that launched the Historic Tappen Park Community Partnership's "Illuminate Stapleton" initiative. This was a collaborative project with the Preservation League of Staten Island, SI Advance and the Van Duzer Street Civic Association. Windows Into the Past connects Stapleton's past to Stapleton's exciting future.

  • Illuminate Stapleton

    Save the Date! October 10th and 11th, 2015

  • Celebrate Stapleton's Presenting Sponsor, Dave Barry (Ironstate Development)
  • New Stapleton Homeport Development URL

    The former Navy Homeport is being transformed into a vibrant, sustainable, and livable addition to the Stapleton community and the Staten Island waterfront.

  • The Historic Tappen Park Community Partnership's 3rd Annual Awards Reception

    President, Kamillah Hanks presenting the 2015 Neighborhood Leadership Award to Eleni Bourinaris accepting an award on behalf of former President of NYCEDC, Kyle Kimball

  • Development is Booming in Nearby St. George Neighborhood!

    NY Wheel and Empire Outlets

  • Meet the Board of Directors and Staff of Historic Tappen Park Community Partnership
  • Historic Tappen Park Winners of 2015 Neighborhood Challenge

    SBS Commissioner, Maria Torres-Springer and President of New York City Economic Development Corporation, Kyle Kimball, stand with the seven winners of this year's Neighborhood Challenge. (Image courtesy of the Department of Small Business Services)

Illuminate Stapleton Project

Illuminate Stapleton Project will showcase local artists that will create light-based art installations in Tappen Park and throughout the neighborhood of Stapleton.

Saturday, Oct.10, 2015 - Sunday, Oct. 11, 2015 

Windows Into the Past Exhibition

Titled "Windows Into the Past," the project drapes black and white photos of Stapleton, ranging from the 1830s to the 1920s, over the windows of the Deals discount store on Prospect and Bay Street.

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Historic Tappen Park Winners of 2015 Neighborhood Challenge

http://www.silive.com/northshore/index.ssf/2015/01/get_ready_for_staplet...

SBS Commissioner, Maria Torres-Springer and President of New York City Economic Development Corporation, Kyle Kimball, stand with the seven winners of this year's Neighborhood Challenge. (Image courtesy of the Department of Small Business Services)

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