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Tarrytown NY Overview

Tarrytown, NY is a suburb of New York City. A fantastic place to live, shop and dine. Learn more.

Educational Facilities
Tarrytown shares it's public school system with it's close neighbor Sleepy Hollow. There are also parochial schools in the area, as well as Hackley, a private school, and The EF International School of English. For more information on public and private schools, colleges and libraries click here
 
Recreational Facilities
Tarrytown offers a very active recreational department servicing every age group. Activities include AYSO SoccerTNT Baseball League, men's softball leagues and more. There are also weekly and monthly markets, festivals and concerts in the parks. The village maintains several parks including Patriot Parkon Broadway near the Warner Library, Pierson Park on the waterfront with tennis courts, basketball courts and picnic areas, and Losee Park with lighted softball and baseball fields, also directly on the Hudson River. Tarrytown also has two well equipped marinas run by the the Tarrytown Boat Club & theWashington Irving Boat Club and a public boat launch. For a full compliment of activities click here.
 
Houses of Worship
Religious congregations in Tarrytown include Christ Episcopal ChurchChurch of the MagdaleneChurch of the Transfiguration and Temple Beth Abraham (Reform). For more information click here.

Tarrytown, NY Facts & Figures

Population of 11,415 people and two constituent neighborhoods, it is the 166th largest community in NYS.

  • Tarrytown's population hold mostly white-collar jobs, 90.23%, well above the national average. 
  • Tarrytown is home to Artists of all genres:  theatre, fashion, and people in all media.
  • Tarrytown's concentration of artists helps shape the Village's haracter.
  • Tarrytown’s crime rate is among the lowest in the U.S.
  • Tarrytown's commute to NYC is 30 minutes. 
  • Tarrytown is a very ethnically-diverse village.
  • Tarrytown also has a high percentage of its population that was born in another country: 21.83%.
  • Tarrytown is one of the more educated communities in America, with a full 55.75% of its adults having a college degree or even advanced degree, compared to a national average across all communities of 21.84%.

The per capita income in Tarrytown in 2010 was $51,529, which is a wealthy relative to New York and the nation. This equates to an annual income of $206,116 for a family of four. However, Tarrytown contains both very wealthy and poor people as well.

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  • Permit to Completion - Builder Timeline Depends on Where and Why

    Posted To: MND NewsWire

    Despite complaints about labor, lot, and material shortages, builders needed no more time to build a home last year than they did in 2016. The time did increase compared to 2015 by about two weeks. Using data from the Census Bureau's Survey of Construction (SOC), the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) concludes that the average time to build a single-family house was 7.5 months. The actual building time was about 6.5 months following a typical delay of around 30 days after the permit was authorized. Data from the 2015 survey showed the time from permit to completion at 7 months. The range however is wide, from less than a month to more than 6 years. Much depends on who is building the house, for what purpose, and where. , writing in NAHB's Eye on Housing Blog, says that houses built...(read more)

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  • MBS RECAP: Bonds Gain Despite Data Surprise and Stock Rally

    Posted To: MBS Commentary

    Before any discussion about market movement in July, we have to set the stage with some disclaimer about "slow summertime trading." That was the subject of this morning's commentary ( read it here , if you like). With that out of the way, we're equipped to pay the appropriate amount of attention to today's seemingly interesting events. First up, we had a reasonably strong move in European bonds overnight help set a mildly positive tone for the start of domestic trading. The biggest volume spike of the early morning came at 8:30am in response to the Import Price data, which came in much lower than expected. Bond yields/prices, themselves, only moved a bit, however--a fact that likely reflects the nearness of yields to the lower end of their prevailing range. The other notable...(read more)

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  • Lowest Rates Since May, But There's a Catch

    Posted To: Mortgage Rate Watch

    Mortgage rates fell by an observable amount today-- one of the few times they've done so in recent weeks. Technically, today's average lender is offering the best we've seen since May 31st. That sounds pretty great, right?! Unfortunately, there's a fairly big catch. While today's rates are indeed the best in a month and a half, the range during that time has been so excruciatingly narrow that most prospective mortgage borrowers will find the distinction fairly meaningless. In almost all cases, the actual NOTE rate at the top of your loan quote will be the same as it has been for weeks. The only change in lenders' rate sheets is in the upfront cost associated with that rate. In other words, if you'd seen a quote of 4.75% with 0 points yesterday, today's quote would be more like 4.75% with a...(read more)

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Bonnie Koff  |  Licensed Associate Real Estate Broker  |  William Raveis Legends Realty Group  | Tarrytown Office 
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