A Better Place to call home

There are many reasons to move to Westchester, like its proximity to New York City, its spacious apartments near transit stations, a thriving art scene and culture, and employment opportunities at numerous Fortune 500 companies. Oh, and one thing you won’t find in NYC: affordability.

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Hike trails, explore nature preserves, and more across 18,000 acres of parkland.

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Commute to New York City in as little as 30 minutes.

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Enjoy cutting-edge art and live music throughout Westchester.


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Featured Cities

Westchester County is home to 45 cities, towns and villages, each offering proximity to New York City and ideal opportunities for living, working and visiting. Explore these six featured locations to get a closer look at all that Westchester offers. More featured municipalities coming soon.

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Located on the banks of the Hudson River, Peekskill is a thriving, historic community that’s been enjoying a cultural and economic rebirth. And it’s just one hour north of New York City.

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New Rochelle

Just 30 minutes from the heart of Manhattan, New Rochelle is Westchester’s fastest growing city with a developing downtown, diverse neighborhoods, and a vibrant creative culture.

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White Plains

Diverse and affluent, White Plains is a thriving urban center that’s centrally located and serves as the County seat and commercial hub of Westchester.

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Port Chester

With its close proximity to New York City, Port Chester is home to a new generation of young professionals drawn by its bustling downtown scene and quick commute to Manhattan.

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Mount Vernon

A strong economy, low taxes, a “make things happen” business environment, a richly diverse arts and cultural scene, and its 22-minute commute to New York City set Mount Vernon apart.

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Ranked one of the “Top 100 Best Places to Live,” Yonkers is conveniently located along the Hudson River and serves as a gateway between New York City and the Hudson Valley.


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