Staten Island, NY United States – OU Communities

About this community

THE ORTHODOX community of Staten Island is warm, diverse and welcoming. We feature generously sized single family and two-family homes ranging from $400K as well as apartments and house rentals. Our charming, suburban community has all the conveniences you could ask for.

These include:

– Lower tax rates

– E-Z pass discounts

– Eruv approved by all Rabbanim

– Kosher restaurants and shopping

– Close to Brooklyn, New York City, and New Jersey for visiting, family, friends and business purposes.

– Community services for children with special needs such as EI, BOE services and after school programs

– Many beautiful parks and children’s museums to visit

– There are over 10 shuls in the community to meet the needs of each family with multiple minyanim and shiurim daily. These include the Young Israel of Staten Island and Agudath Israel of Staten Island.

– There are 2 excellent elementary schools, The Rabbi Jacob Joseph School, a yeshiva with 3 divisions, a Boys school, Girls school and Preschool, and The Jewish Foundation School, a Modern Orthodox Zionistic Day School. The Yeshiva Zichron Paltiel/Chofetz Chaim High School offers a warm and growing environment. The community offers services for children with special needs such as Early Intervention services and Board of Education after school programs.

Visit us in Staten Island—you will want to stay!

INCENTIVE All new residents of the Willowbrook community of Staten Island will receive discounts on tuition, shul membership as well as membership to local schools and the JCC.


– Affordable Homes/Co-ops

– Eruv

– Job Opportunities

– Kollel

– Kosher Food Availability

– Kosher Dining

– Low Taxes

– Mikvah

– Special Needs/Disability Resources

– Yeshiva Elementary Day School

– Yeshiva High School

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