Peekskill NY Real Estate

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Living in Peekskill NY

Population (2010 census): 23,583 over 5.5 square miles
Median Age: 39.7 
Median Income: $58,266
% of Population with Bachelor's Degree or Higher: 28.4%
% Households with Children Under 18: 32.9%

The City of Peekskill is located in Northwestern Westchester, bordering the Hudson River. During the 19th century, it was a manufacturing hub, producing stoves, plows, hats, etc. The factories started closing around the 1950s, and by the early 1990s, the population was dwindling, with a half vacant downtown.

That was when the city decided to implement revitalization programs. An Artists' District was developed to attract artists priced out in New York City. There are now affordable artist/live work lofts converted from old manufacturing buildings. and a Business Improvement District was developed. 

Nowadays, Peekskill has attracted new galleries, boutique shops, restaurants, and businesses into its downtown. The diverse selection of dining and nightlife, and the Paramount Center for the Arts, attract local and nearby town residents to go out in Peekskill. You will find former factories converted into artists lofts and condos. 

Peekskill Commute

The Metro North service from the Peekskill station takes around 65 minutes to Grand Central Station. Peekskill is around 41 miles North of Midtown Manhattan. The Bear Mountain Bridge is 5 miles North of Peekskill, which provides access across the Hudson River to Orange County.

Visit our New York City Commute Guide for more information.

Peekskill Schools

Most of the students attend the Peekskill School District. Part of the city is districted for the Hendrick Hudson School District.

Please visit our Westchester School Districts page to find out more about all the school districts in the county.

Peekskill Real Estate

Living in Peekskill, you will find a diverse housing choice, and find it more affordable than the rest of Westchester.

28.2% of the properties in Peekskill are detached single family homes, and 14% are attached single family homes. More than half the homes are condos, multi-family homes, and apartments.

52.5% of the homes are owner occupied, and 47.5% are being rented. 

In 2014, there were 882 single family homes sold according to the Hudson Gateway MLS. The median sales price was $250,750 and the average days on market was 122 days. 63 condos were sold at a median sales price of $233,000, and 36 coops were sold for a median sales price of $60,000.

Peekskill NY Links

The City of Peekskill NY: www.cityofpeekskill.com

 

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