White Plains has the infrastructure to support many types of businesses, Go Green initiatives, a lively cultural scene, and convenience for commuters.
With its diverse community, business opportunities, recreational activities, and central location, White Plains is a city you can thrive in and continuing growing with through every stage of life.
White Plains is home to Pace University. It’s well known for its School of Law’s environmental law program and the MBA program at the Lubin School of Business. Other local colleges include Mercy College and the College of Westchester.
From nature trails and farmers’ markets to aquatic playgrounds and mini golf, White Plains offers outdoor adventures for all ages.
White Plains has two Metro-North train stations, but for those looking to go further than New York City, it’s also 10 minutes from the Westchester County Airport. And when you’re staying closer by, the city has three Zipcar locations, 4.1 miles of designated bike lanes, and 20 publicly accessible Electric Vehicle (EV) charging stations in parking structures and lots around the city.
Heineken USA, Bunge Limited, and Reader’s Digest are headquartered in White Plains. The city is also one of the top urban suburbs in the nation for office and retail.
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.