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The Bronx has seen numerous revitalization efforts during the past few decades, making it an up-and-coming borough with a rich cultural history and diversity. Home to famous landmarks such as the New York Botanical Garden and the Bronx Zoo, more families are moving to the Bronx to take advantage of everything the area has to offer. It’s also renowned for offering the most flavorful Latin food in NYC.
Brooklyn offers a wealth of cultural museums, world-class restaurants, and first-rate housing opportunities. From high-rise apartments to townhomes, co-ops, and condos, Brooklyn has something to suit any budget. It’s becoming quite popular among young professionals looking for an easy commute into the city while offering a rich cultural heritage right in its backyard. From a thriving theater and bar scene to quiet cafes and tree-lined streets, Brooklyn holds a soft spot in just about everyone’s heart.
Dutchess County is in the southeastern pocket of New York and is home to sprawling, scenic landscapes. While it used to be primarily rural, it has been growing in popularity with fans of modern suburbia, with boosted home values to boot. Local landmarks of interest include Franklin D. Roosevelt’s family home and the majestic Vanderbilt Mansion. Each year, thousands also flock here for a hot air balloon launch along the banks of the Hudson River. You can’t go wrong with buying or renting a home in this region.
Manhattan is the most densely populated borough in New York City, but it’s also often cited as the cultural, financial, and entertainment capital of the world. Home of the Rockefeller Center, Broadway, Times Square, and the Empire State Building, Manhattan also offers some of the most coveted brownstones, townhomes, and apartments for people who are smitten with this part of the city.
Nassau County is home to some of the best beaches and tight-knit communities around. Thanks to its proximity to New York City, many families and young professionals have chosen to put down roots in this area. Residents enjoy both trendy big-name storefronts and family-run boutiques, as well as gourmet restaurants, wineries, art galleries, theaters, and outdoor activities like canoeing, camping, fishing, and kayaking. These Long Island neighborhoods have captured many hearts.
Orange County can be found between the Hudson and Delaware Rivers, near the New York-New Jersey border. It has earned the reputation as one of the fastest-growing counties in the New York City metro area, mostly thanks to its convenient rail service to the city for commuters. It’s also home to West Point Academy, the Storm King Art Center, parts of the Appalachian Trail, riverside restaurants, and award-winning wineries. Enjoy a laid-back country feel with a convenient city commute when you move here.
Putnam County is in the heart of the Hudson Valley, located about an hour outside of New York City. Made up of towns and villages, Putnam County is home to resort communities and growing families. The only American library specializing in Buddhist history – the Chuang Yen Monastery – is a local landmark worth exploring. Made popular because of its commuting distance to Manhattan, Putnam County is also one of America’s most affluent counties with high property values.
Queens is New York City’s largest and most diverse borough with equally diverse housing options, including high-rise apartments, single-family homes, and brownstones. Home of both LaGuardia and John F. Kennedy International Airport, Queens always has a whirlwind of activity for residents. You’ll find authentic international cuisine in many family-owned restaurants and unique flavors and ingredients in the area’s many specialty markets. Variety is the spice of life, and Queens has something for everyone.
You shouldn’t discount Rockland County because of its diminutive size. Located miles from Manhattan, this county is ripe with city commuters looking for a quieter place to call home. The region is famous for numerous public and private golf courses, riverside parks, and hiking trails for residents to kick back and relax after a busy work week. The local job economy is also robust with various industries represented, including health, retail, construction, and research. Find out more to see if Rockland is a good fit for you.
Suffolk County stretches across eastern Long Island and offers a diverse housing market, ranging from rustic farmhouses and modest single-family homes to beach houses and modern apartments. Local points of interest include the Walt Whitman Historic Site, the Vanderbilt Museum, Smith Point County Park, and the Fire Island National Seashore. You’ll also find wineries, farms, gourmet restaurants, beaches, and bustling downtown districts in the area when you decide to make it your new home.
Sullivan County has been a favorite tourist destination for decades due to the beauty of the Catskill Mountains. Your money will go further with the sprawling real estate landscape when you decide to make this county your new home. Home of the Woodstock concert in the 1960s and many famous resorts, locals enjoy world-class entertainment and outdoor activities in this laid-back region. In addition to year-round residents, many New Yorkers are proud to call Sullivan County their second home with a cottage or vacation home here.
If you value your privacy, the remote landscapes of Ulster County may represent an attractive property investment. Famous for wide-open spaces and a thriving farming industry, this county in the center of the Hudson Valley boasts fertile farmland and wild woodlands. Residents have plenty of quaint shops, restaurants, and local entertainment to choose from, as well as an easy commute to Manhattan. Explore the conveniences and rich culture Ulster County has to offer by contacting one of our real estate agents.
Westchester County is one of the more populated counties in New York, but you’ll feel right at home here thanks to its cosmopolitan convenience and suburban charm. Several large companies have made it their corporate headquarters, including MasterCard and Pepsi. Local landmarks include the Rockefeller Estate, Croton Point Park, and numerous castles, mansions, and boutiques. Whether you prefer life in a thriving city or a picturesque hamlet, Westchester County offers many options.