Its scenic overlooks of the Hudson River are breathtaking. And throughout its vibrant galleries, performance venues, farm-to-table restaurants and breweries, the city’s emerging art and food scene is just as wondrous.
Peekskill is home to a growing arts community with more than three miles of continuous parkland along the waterfront. Downtown is bustling with unique dining and entertainment establishments. And with more development projects, parks and events planned, the small city offers a desirable blend of urban and country living.
If you’re looking for your first apartment or start home, you’ll find comparatively affordable rents and home prices with a mix of historic architecture and new construction.
From scenic views of the Hudson and picnic pavilions to baseball fields, tennis courts and more, Peekskill’s parks offer many family-friendly activities.
Solarize Westchester selected Peekskill to participate in its solar energy discount program, making installations easier and more affordable for residents and businesses.
Peekskill’s lively art scene is highlighted by such local venues as the Paramount Center for the Arts, which regularly screens independent films, the Peekskill Coffee House, where local acts are showcased, and eclectic, unexpected treasures at Early Electrics.
450 square miles and 45 cities, towns and villages.
Relax at beaches, hike and bike trails, and enjoy other activities across 18,000 acres of parkland.
Get to Grand Central Station in as little as 30 minutes.