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Rye Brook

Westchester County

Zip: 10573

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Town of Rye
Village of Port Chester, Village of Rye Brook, Rye Neck
Westchester County

The Town of Rye is located in Westchester County in the state of New York. The Town of Rye is a separate municipality from the City of Rye. The Town of Rye includes the village of Port Chester, the village of Rye Brook; and a section of Mamaroneck known as Rye Neck.

Rye borders both Long Island Sound and Connecticut at the gateway of New England, within convenient commuting distance of New York City and the greater metropolitan area.

Metro North commuter trains leave frequently and conveniently from the Port Chester Railway station to Manhattan. Amtrak Acela (high speed train ) service is available at nearby Stamford, Connecticut and New Rochelle, New York.

Interstate 95 runs North through the Town to the Connecticut border, and south to both New York City and the entire East Coast. The Hutchinson River Parkway - a cars only highway - also runs through the Town, connecting with Connecticut’s Merritt Parkway to the north and east, and with the Cross Westchester Expressway to the south, and with the Whitestone Bridge to the south – a direct 45 minute drive to LaGuardia Airport, and a little over one hour to JFK.

Adjacent to the Town of Rye is the Westchester County Airport, where commercial jet flights are operated by JetBlue, AirTran, Delta, American, United, Air Canada, and US Airways. Thus air travelers can drive ten minutes to one of the most modern airports in the East, and enjoy non-stop jet travel to cities like Atlanta, Orlando, Fort Lauderdale, West Palm Beach, Fort Myers, Charlotte, Cincinatti, Chicago, Detroit, Minneapolis, and Toronto . . .

The Town is primarily a residential community with major shopping. However, there are many business office parks, with the most modern telecommunications services. This makes the Town a friendly environment not just for businesses, but for those who work out of their homes.

The Town is thus a premier destination for both business travelers and those looking for homes in a modern, interconnected community with good schools and hospitals.




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