Tarrytown is the liveliest of Westchester County’s Hudson River towns.
For centuries, the village has been a hub of activity. It was a rural port, and home to factories and mills that made shoes, silk, flour, cider, cars—even wings for torpedo bombers. Today, General Motors, Kraft Foods, and Hitachi still have offices in town and the buzzing commercial heart of Main Street and Broadway continue to draw restaurateurs and shop-owners. And the steady stream of business has lead to a steady surge of buyers from New York City and a boom of new housing construction.