Transportation

As more home buyers leave the city for the better price points and quiet of suburbia, commuting time is a high priority issue. Whether commuting to Manhattan, one of the boroughs, Connecticut, or New Jersey, Westchester is centrally located. Find out more about the traveling by rail and road here.

May 15, 2017
Commuting by train...

The all-important commute – what it means for home values…

How important is the commute to NYC?  VERY important! When I take a buyer client out for the first time, one of the first questions they […]
May 14, 2017
Train leaving Irvington NY For GCS

The Westchester Metro-North Commute to Grand Central Station…

Recent articles about the Westchester housing market: Westchester a big winner in “Best Places to Live” list… A broader based housing recovery for Westchester… Metro-North Makes […]
April 12, 2016
Irvington Train - Hudson Line

The NYC commute – beyond the train ride…

The NYC commute was rated the longest in the nation. So its no small wonder that commuting distance (read commuting TIME) plays a big role in determining home values.
April 12, 2015
The Tappan Zee Bridge - New Bridge Construction

Bridges in Parallel – The New Tappan Zee Bridge….

This massive improvement in infrastructure is an example of strong commitment that both the private and public sectors have for the river towns along the Hudson. This is part of what would be considered a healthy re-development that will benefit all who live in these towns.
August 28, 2013
Train leaving Irvington NY For GCS

Fotos On The Fly – The Hudson River & the Hudson Line….

People who turn their noses up at commuting to Manhattan from Westchester are denying themselves a far more affordable (and upscale) lifestyle that can be had for a very minimum of inconvenience. Metro-North is nothing like the subway. The 30 minutes I spent on the Metro-North train when I commuted to Manhattan were among the most productive of my day.
September 25, 2012
Upper West Side NYC

Westchester is not the moon – Commuting to Manhattan is a breeze….

Lower Westchester is not at all far from NYC. I love Manhattan, but face it - it is wicked expensive....for the price of a 750 sf coop you can buy 1200 sf condo in White Plains and still be in midtown within about 30 minutes.