Life on the waterfront offers a thriving downtown with some of the best restaurants and entertainment venues in the tri-state area. Add in convenience, affordability, and an economic revival, and you’ll see why Port Chester is an attractive option to live, work and play.
Port Chester is a village with a tight-knit community, but offers the cultural and economic opportunities of a city. So whether you’re looking to open a new maker space or enjoy waterfront walks after dinner and a show, you’ll find it here.
Port Chester offers quaint and affordable places to call home for singles and those who are starting families, including hundreds of rental apartments—many of which are located in the heart of downtown—and more co-ops than any other Westchester town or village.
Port Chester’s downtown Restaurant Row offers everything from Mario Batalli’s Tarry Lodge to dozens of eclectic establishments serving global cuisine at every price point.
After dinner along the waterfront, catch a movie at the multiplex theater, take in a show at the legendary Capitol Theatre, or enjoy one of Port Chester’s many outdoor multicultural festivals.
Bring a boat out on the Long Island Sound and park at the Port Chester Marina, take a few swings at the batting cage, walk your pooch to a three-acre dog park, and show off your skills at the newly opened skate park.
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.