White Plains is a community-oriented city of 50,000 people, located about 25 miles north of New York City. It has preserved its quality of life through carefully planned management of the commercial sector, excellent city services, quality education, convenient transportation, and abundant shopping. The city boasts award-winning parks and recreational programs, a nationally recognized public library, and ample open spaces.
The housing market offers a diverse selection of old and new single-family homes. Apartments range from rentals to affordable cooperatives to luxury condominiums and town houses… all within walking distance of the Hebrew Institute. As a result of the strong corporate tax base, White Plains residents pay the lowest real estate taxes in Westchester county.
White Plains is centrally located in the commuter hub, with easy access to New York City, Northern Westchester and New Jersey, Rockland and Fairfield Counties, and Connecticut. An express stop on the Metro North train line puts Grand Central Station only 38 minutes away. The city is accessible to the Bronx River and Hutchinson River Parkways, and Interstates 287 and 684.
For more information on White Plains, please visit whiteplainsny.gov