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Population: 6,765 over 1 square miles
Median Age: 38.5
Median Income: $56,359
% of Population with Bachelor's Degree or Higher: 47%
% Households with Children Under 18: 20.7%
The Village of Nyack is located in the town of Clarkstown in Rockland County. The village of Nyack has an attractive downtown, with many beautiful victorians along its hilly streets. To its North is Upper Nyack, which usually has homes on larger lots. In Nyack, residents forgo large lots in order to be within walking distance to the stores.
Many of the residents of Nyack are attracted by its vibrant downtown, home to several blocks of local businesses and restaurants. The downtown also a YMCA and local library that are very active. The Nyack Library hosts the well known Carnegie Concert Series throughout the year.
The village hosts many community events. There is a popular summer farmer's market, several street fairs, and a popular Halloween parade that attracts 200,000 visitors each year. Nyack is the home of Edward Hopper, and still retains an artsy and funky charm. You can still visit Edward Hopper's birth home in Nyack, at the Edward Hopper museum.
In addition to the downtown, there are beautiful views and parks in Nyack. You will find the Nyack Beach State Park with 61 acres of waterfront, which offers a scenic route for hiking and biking. The Memorial Park, right on the Hudson River, has sports fields, playground, and hosts the Nyack summer concert series.
Around 22.2% of Nyack real estate properties are detached single family homes. You will find a range of housing options including multi-family properties, condos, and large estates overlooking the Hudson River in Nyack.
Approximately 33.9% of the homes in Nyack are owner-occupied, and 66.1% are being rented.
In 2014, there were 40 single family homes sold for a median price of $395,000. There were also 12 condos sold for a median of $436,000, and 12 co-ops sold.
Among all the homes for sale in Nyack in 2014, below is a range of how much the single family homes sold for:
Charming house in Nyack NY
Nyack is located along the Hudson River, approximately 28 miles North of New York City. To travel to New York City, you can cross the Hudson River on the Tappan Zee Bridge, with its entrance at Nyack. Driving to New York City without traffic takes approximately 50 minutes.
For public transportation, there are buses that connects Nyack to the Tarrytown Metro North station in Westchester, or straight to Port Authority. Depending on where they are going to, some people will drive South to New Jersey to take the train or Ferry over to Manhattan.
For more information, please visit our Commute Guide.
Students in Nyack belong to the Nyack Union Free School District. The school district also covers the villages of South Nyack, Upper Nyack, Central Nyack, West Nyack, and Valley Cottage. Click here for more information about the Nyack School District, and more information about all Rockland County school districts.
Nyack is great for a night out due to its diverse options of dining and entertainment. Below is a list of local's favorite Nyack restaurants. It is by no means a complete list, and if you have any recommendations, please let us know!
Village of Nyack website: nyack-ny.gov
Village of Upper Nyack website: uppernyack-ny.us
Village of South Nyack website: southnyack.ny.gov
View of the Tappan Zee Bridge from Nyack river front
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