Mount Manresa

The Mount Manresa property was sold for $15 million in February. (credit: CBS 2)

Staten Island Residents Fight Development At Mount Manresa Retreat Center Site

In February, the property — with old-growth trees, a chapel, a water tower and other buildings — was sold to developers, the Savo brothers, for $15 million.


Staten Island residents are upset over a plan to build a housing development on a 15-acre stretch of Mount Manresa. (Credit: CBS 2)

Staten Island Residents Rally Against Housing Development On Mount Manresa

Staten Island residents planned to gather on Richmond and Platinum Avenues on Saturday, to rally in an effort to save Mt. Manresa.


Mount Manresa (Credit: CBS 2)

Staten Island Residents Fighting To Save Mount Manresa From Developer

A Staten Island group is at ends with developer Savo Brothers over the sale of land they say is historic and should remain as green space.