The City of White Plains offers a winning combination of urban and suburban amenities. The City provides a wide variety of recreation programs, quality parks and recreational facilities, special events, such as the July 4th Fireworks extravaganza and New Year's Eve Ball Drop, a bustling downtown that offers unparalleled dining and shopping options, easy access to mass transit and major highways, housing options for everyone - from families, to singles and senior citizens, and well-regarded public schools. White Plains is also home to some outstanding cultural organizations, including Arts Westchester, White Plains Performing Arts Center, White Plains Outdoor Arts Festival and the Music Conservatory of Westchester. The City is fortunate to have a large and active base of community-serving organizations that further enrich the White Plains experience.
If you live, play, work or visit White Plains, you will find a unique community filled with vibrant people and many activities. Visit The White Plains Public Library
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Scarsdales central location in Westchester County, close proximity to New York City, reputation of the Scarsdale school system, and quality of life, has attracted residence from all walks of life. Almost 97 percent of Scarsdale land area is zoned for single family detached homes. Real Estate in Scarsdale is among the most desirable anywhere.
Supporting the needs of Scarsdale residents are a number of high quality and service oriented retail, professional and financial organizations. The English architecture of the Scarsdale business districts enhances the historical heritage of the village and adds to the enjoyment of casual shoppers and visitors. Visit The Scarsdale Library Website
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Discover Rye Brook, a peaceful and charming residential village with a strong and vibrant sense of community.
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The members of this town’s exclusive Westchester Country Club hosted the Westchester Classic stop of the PGA Tour for many years. And Jean Harris dispatched her lover, “Scarsdale Diet” creator Dr. Herman Tarnower in his home here, the gatehouse of an old estate. But lots of different types of people—not just those with deep pockets—including the proprietors of its many Italian delis and second-generation contractors, call Harrison home. The town attracts a wide variety of residents to its different neighborhoods. Some, like the super-wealthy hamlet of Purchase and the Westchester Country Club area, are dotted with stone walls and gated multi-million-dollar homes and estates; others, like the working-class areas close to its two downtowns, are characterized by sidewalks, basketball hoops, and more affordably priced clapboard houses. The town comes together through its kids, schools, and spirited sports leagues, three active community centers, and much-used parks, like the one in downtown West Harrison sporting an elaborate water park-like swimming pool. CEOs and sub-contractors alike cheer on the Columbus Day parade during the town’s wildly popular “It’s Great to Live in Harrison” celebration, sampling authentic ethnic goodies from homemade sausage to sushi afterwards. Also calling Harrison home—and helping to offset residents’ taxes—are such corporate giants as MasterCard and PepsiCo; the lush compound of the latter features a spectacular, open-to-the-public outdoor sculpture garden.
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