Located along the Hudson River, Yonkers is New York’s fourth largest city and the largest city in Westchester County. A city in the center of it all, Yonkers serves as the gateway between New York City and the Hudson Valley, and is serviced by ten Metro North Stations.
Yonkers' growing historic Waterfront neighborhood features new luxury high-rise apartments offering stellar views of the Hudson River and Palisades, gourmet restaurants, shops, parks, and 40 sculptures and art installations, just a 25-minute train ride to Midtown Manhattan.
The Hudson River Museum
The largest cultural institution in Westchester County, the Hudson River Museum is a multi-disciplinary complex that draws its identity from its site on the banks of the magestic Hudson River, and seeks to broaden the cultural horizons of all its visitors. The Museum also features a new open-air performance amphitheater and state-of-the-art Planetarium.
Designed by Beaux Arts architect Welles Bosworth nearly 100 years ago, Yonkers' Untermyer Gardens is a 43-acre public park and walled garden situated along the Hudson River in North Yonkers. One of the finest examples of a Persian Garden in the Western Hemisphere, the gardens, fountains and statues of Untermyer have undergone a recent restoration by the Yonkers Parks Department and Untermyer Gardens Conservancy.
YoHo Artist Studios
Housed in the former Alexander Smith Carpet Mills, once the nation's largest carpet manufacturer, YoHo Artist Studios is an artist collective that offers artist work studios and lofts, creative office space and mixed-use facilities for artists of every discipline, including painters, photographers, sculpturists, textile artists, musicians and new media specialists.