The upscale village of Irvington, New York is located within the boundaries of the town of Greenburgh, just 20 miles north of Manhattan.
It is easily accessed by the Metro-North line which runs from Grand Central terminal to the Irvington stop in as little as 36 minutes.
Other attractions in Irvington include the historic Main Street and picturesque waterfront, overlooking the Hudson River. The Scenic Hudson Park at Irvington is a former industrial site that has been transformed into an attractive walkway with views of the Tappan Zee Bridge, the Manhattan skyline, and Palisades. The park also includes a boat launch, ball fields, and a senior center.
Charming bistros and upscale restaurants rivaling the best inner city cuisine line the streets of Irvington. Indian, Italian, and Mexican offerings are available to please the palette of any diner who craves international cuisine.
While many commute to Manhattan, Irvington itself is home to several notable businesses, including Columbia University’s Nevis Laboratories, clothing design company, Eileen Fisher, and Flat World Knowledge, an online publisher of college textbooks.