Located just 25 miles north of Times Square on the eastern shore of the Hudson River, lies Irvington and “Rivertowns” of Hastings on Hudson, Dobbs Ferry, Tarrytown, and Sleepy Hollow. The idyllic village of Irvington lies at the center at the base of wooded hills and is just 36 minutes from Manhattan by train. Named for the legendary American writer, Washington Irving, the village boasts a multitude of eateries, locally roasted coffee and an abundance of public parks, hiking/biking trails, and a weekly farmers market. All just steps from Bridge Street Landing.
Whether your craving sushi or spaghetti, you’ll find it in Irvington.
From the dramatic River Front views at the Red Hat to the casual elegance of italian Bistro Mima Vinoteca, there’s something to suit every appetite and palette. Be sure to check out Red Barn organic bakery right at Bridge Street.
Parks & Nature
Bridge Street is sandwiched between tranquil Mathieson Park and Scenic Hudson Park with athletic fields. The historic Aqueduct biking/hiking trail, Rockefeller Park, and more are all within a few miles.
Just up the road is Lyndhurst, Kykuit (the Rockefeller Estate and Park), Sunny Side, the home of Washinton Irvington, and the Tarrytown Music Hall. A host of other historic sites, structures cultural centers are within a few miles.
36 minutes from Manhattan, yet a world apart.
Neighboring the Irvington Metro North train station and located near major highways and the brand new Mario Coumo Bridge,, the Bridge Street campus is an easy commute. from Rockland County, Fairfield County .