Dongan Hills is a neighborhood located in the borough of Staten Island. It is on the Island's East Shore. Dongan Hills was one of the first Staten Island neighborhoods to witness an upsurge in home construction after World War II, as many small, one-family homes were built there during the 1950s, and the city also built a public housing project in the community; known as the General Berry Houses, it is the southernmost public housing project on Staten Island. Population growth accelerated in the area when the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge linking Staten Island with Brooklyn was opened in November 1964.
Rental Prices:$1,533 ― $2,159
Sales Prices:$368,000 ― $519,000