Nyack

New York

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The charming village of Nyack, located on the west bank of the Hudson River north of the Governor Mario M. Cuomo Bridge about 15 miles north of Manhattan, is a vibrant, close-knit community rich in history, culture, commerce and recreational opportunities.

The village of Nyack in southeastern Rockland County, which was incorporated in 1872, is a charming suburb of New York City. It is one of five hamlets and villages constituting “The Nyacks,” and situated about 15 miles north of Manhattan near the Hudson River’s west bank. Nyack, which is home to Hook Mountain and was a favorite pre-Colonial fishing spot, has 7,265 residents within its 1.6 square miles of area, about half of which falls within the Hudson River. The village retains a very small western section in Clarkstown. Originally a shipbuilding community in the 18th and 19th centuries, Nyack later became Rockland County’s commercial center. With the completion of the Tappan Zee Bridge, now the Governor Mario M. Cuomo Bridge, in the mid-1950’s, the village’s population increased and its commerce expanded. A key urban revitalization project in the 1980’s, including the building of the Helen Hayes Theatre, contributed to the village’s vibrant downtown. Residents take pride in Nyack’s history and historic landmarks, including the Edward Hopper House Art Center, and it’s coveted Memorial Park provides recreation and ongoing special events for all ages. Students are served by the Nyack Public School District.

The village of Nyack in southeastern Rockland County, which was incorporated in 1872, is a charming suburb of New York City. It is one of five hamlets and villages constituting “The Nyacks,” and situated about 15 miles north of Manhattan near the Hudson River’s west bank. Nyack, which is home to Hook Mountain and was a favorite pre-Colonial fishing spot, has 7,265 residents within its 1.6 square miles of area, about half of which falls within the Hudson River. The village retains a very small western section in Clarkstown. Originally a shipbuilding community in the 18th and 19th centuries, Nyack later became Rockland County’s commercial center. With the completion of the Tappan Zee Bridge, now the Governor Mario M. Cuomo Bridge, in the mid-1950’s, the village’s population increased and its commerce expanded. A key urban revitalization project in the 1980’s, including the building of the Helen Hayes Theatre, contributed to the village’s vibrant downtown. Residents take pride in Nyack’s history and historic landmarks, including the Edward Hopper House Art Center, and it’s coveted Memorial Park provides recreation and ongoing special events for all ages. Students are served by the Nyack Public School District.

The village of Nyack in southeastern Rockland County, which was incorporated in 1872, is a charming suburb of New York City. It is one of five hamlets and villages constituting “The Nyacks,” and situated about 15 miles north of Manhattan near the Hudson River’s west bank. Nyack, which is home to Hook Mountain and was a favorite pre-Colonial fishing spot, has 7,265 residents within its 1.6 square miles of area, about half of which falls within the Hudson River. The village retains a very small western section in Clarkstown. Originally a shipbuilding community in the 18th and 19th centuries, Nyack later became Rockland County’s commercial center. With the completion of the Tappan Zee Bridge, now the Governor Mario M. Cuomo Bridge, in the mid-1950’s, the village’s population increased and its commerce expanded. A key urban revitalization project in the 1980’s, including the building of the Helen Hayes Theatre, contributed to the village’s vibrant downtown. Residents take pride in Nyack’s history and historic landmarks, including the Edward Hopper House Art Center, and it’s coveted Memorial Park provides recreation and ongoing special events for all ages. Students are served by the Nyack Public School District.

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Featured Listings

7 Charles Street
Nyack, NY $749,000

7 Charles Street

Nyack, NY

$749,000
  • 3 Beds
  • 2/1 Baths
  • 1,790 Sqft
70 S Broadway
Nyack, NY $3,999,999

70 S Broadway

Nyack, NY

$3,999,999
  • 5,125 Sqft
501 N Broadway
Nyack, NY $3,250,000

501 N Broadway

Nyack, NY

$3,250,000
  • 6 Beds
  • 3/1 Baths
  • 5,239 Sqft
225 River Road
Nyack, NY $3,200,000

225 River Road

Nyack, NY

$3,200,000
  • 7 Beds
  • 5/1 Baths
  • 5,471 Sqft
2 Tompkins Court
Nyack, NY $2,499,000

2 Tompkins Court

Nyack, NY

$2,499,000
  • 6 Beds
  • 4/1 Baths
  • 5,096 Sqft
2 Smith Avenue
Nyack, NY $2,400,000

2 Smith Avenue

Nyack, NY

$2,400,000
  • 5 Beds
  • 6/1 Baths
  • 6,660 Sqft
31 Shadyside Avenue
Nyack, NY $2,250,000

31 Shadyside Avenue

Nyack, NY

$2,250,000
  • 4 Beds
  • 4 Baths
  • 4,000 Sqft
73 N Highland Avenue
Nyack, NY $2,200,000

73 N Highland Avenue

Nyack, NY

$2,200,000
  • 9,472 Sqft

Nyack

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Nyack is within Rockland County, New York and borders .

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Market Snapshot

Units Sold

April 2024

12 TOTAL UNITS

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Median Sales Price

April 2024 - Single Family Homes

$923K
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Percentage of Asking Price

April 2024 Single Family Homes

94%
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