The Village of Nyack is a residential community located on the west shore of the Hudson River, just 25 miles north of New York City. Known for its antiques, fine restaurants, and multicultural community, it is a popular place to live for people seeking a small town environment with a cosmopolitan flavor.
The downtown area is the heart of the village’s active social life. It is a regional attraction featuring festivals, street fairs, parades, a farmer’s market, theaters, restaurants and nightclubs. The village is a sonic hotspot — music of all types can be heard at various venues around town.
Nyack is a shopper’s paradise. The village features numerous unique shops and boutiques. The Palisades Center mall in West Nyack is one of the largest malls in the country.
Enriching cultural activities can be found throughout the area. The Nyack Street Fair is a hugely popular event, held three times a year in October, May and July. Other cultural attractions include the famous Helen Hayes Performing Arts Center, the Elmwood Playhouse, multiple art galleries and music concerts.
Nyack features ideal access to the Tappan Zee Bridge, Palisades Interstate Parkway and is close to all major transportation outlets. Bus and rail service connects the Nyacks (incorporating Upper Nyack, South Nyack and Nyack) with Rockland, Westchester and New York City.