Gerald Peters, a jewelry store located inside the Staten Island Mall, New Springville, won a Crain’s award for family-owned businesses in late June. Crain’s New York Business, a publication focused on New York City’s major industries, created the Family Business Awards this year to honor family businesses with a unique story. Of the 83 businesses […]
Marissa T. Jones is a 2004 graduate of New York Law School. After Graduating from Law School, she became a Contract Attorney working on assignments for two large law firms: Paul Weiss, Rifkin, Wharton & Garrison, LLP and Hughes and Hubbard and Reed, LLP. In February 2005, she became a Staff Attorney at Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher […]
Staten Island’s borough president is hoping tourists don’t fuhgeddaboud the forgotten borough. James Oddo launched a dedicated Tourism and Cultural Affairs office Monday that aims to get more tourists to explore Staten Island with high-end hotels and mega-projects on the way such as the Empire Outlets and the New York Wheel set to take over the waterfront. “The time […]
Architect and SIBC member Frank Martarella, owner of thinkDESIGN Architecture, has had a great opportunity to collaborate with Daymond John, entrepreneur and star of televisions Shark Tank, on a new project within NYC.
The Staten Island Chapter of The American Institute of Architects (AIA) is pleased to announce the appointment of James F. Oliva of Richmond Valley as their newly elected President. The Chapter has additionally elected Joseph Loccisano, Frank Martarella, III and Mark Anderson to the positions of Vice President, Secretary, and Treasurer, respectively.
STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. — While Victoria Rose Nieto, 32, was attending St. Joseph Hill Academy in Grasmere, she worked part-time at Pildes Optical in New Springville. “I would go after work in my Hill uniform, which the patients really got a kick out of,” she said, noting she also worked there after earning a bachelor’s […]