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Concord is a neighborhood that is part of one of the five municipalities of New York City in the single states of America, called the district of Staten Island, located more precisely in the northeast of the island. It is surrounded by the adjacent neighborhoods of Old Town, Clifton, Emerson Hill, Grasmere, and Dongan Hills. Originally the Concord neighborhood was named Dutch Farms but thanks to the historical importance of the city of Concord in Massachusetts was renamed in 1845 after that with the same name.
Henry David Thoreau and Ralph Waldo Emerson’s brother are among the first residents to come to live in the Concord neighborhood. They honor him by naming
the nearby Emerson Hill neighborhood Judge William Emerson. Today it consists of an ethnically diverse community, but previously the area was dominated by a large and abundant German immigrant population at about the beginning of the 19th century.
Today, the Concord neighborhood consists of condominiums, small apartment buildings, and single-family homes. Some of Staten Island’s busiest roads run through the entire Concord community, including Targee Street, Staten Island Expressway, Clove Road and Richmond Road. In the early 1960s, many properties in Concord were sacrificed for the construction of the Staten Island Expressway.
The Price Street which is one of its main east-west roads, today is known as Narrows Road North and a highway service road. Concord was home to an annex of St. Sylvester’s Elementary School which gave rise to Monsignor Farrell High School to function until the completion of its permanent campus in Oakwood.