Incorporated in 1878, the village of South Nyack exists within the town of Orangetown in Rockland County. It is flanked by Orangeburg, Grand View-on-Hudson, Blauvelt State Park and the Tappan Zee Bridge.
South Nyack has easy access to entertainment, including live music, and the arts, such as a playhouse and several art studios and galleries. An array of jobs are available in industry and in office administrative support positions.
690 families live in the village of South Nyack, and these are dispersed among 1,201 households. 26.9% have children below the age of 18, and 45.1% are married spouses living in the same house. 9% have a single female head of house, an 42% are non-families. The average size of a household is 2.43.
The median number of days a property will sit on the market in South Nyack, New York is 121. The median list price is $547,500, and this equates to a median price of $304 per square foot. Prices have increased by 13.5% over the past twelve months and are projected to rise by another 1.6% over the next twelve.
The area has just 1,258 housing units, and a total population of 3,473 people. Median household income is $53,000, and for a family, it is $62,262. Just 8.9% of the village’s population is below the poverty line, with 80% of those affected being between 18 and 65.
Sokol Group can help residents of the Hudson Valley and of Westchester, Orange and Rockland counties who believe that their taxes are too high. We can initiate the property tax grievance process to help you obtain a bill that is more reasonable. Reach out to us with any questions you may have, and we will be happy to answer them for you.