Community Housing Management 1 River Plz, Tarrytown, NY10591 Community Housing Management works with senior citizens and others on fixed incomes to find affordable housing. The main…More office is in Elmsford.
North Tarrytown Housing Authority 126 Valley St, Sleepy Hollow, NY10591 Established in 1961, the North Tarrytown Housing Authority is a low income housing complex. It is supported by the…More federal organization HUD, the US Department of Urban Housing and Development. It is a not-for-profit complex where occupants can pay up to 30 percent of their income towards rent. The remaining amount of income is subsidized by the Section 8 housing program. In addition to the apartments, there is a police substation located in the building.
Asbury Terrace Housing Development 1 River Plz, Tarrytown, NY10591 Asbury Terrace is a not-for-profit housing development. It was established in 1971 with the help of the Mitchell-Lama…More program. This program provides housing to families with moderate incomes. The building was built and funded by HUD, the US Department of Housing and Urban Development. Residents can pay their rent with up to 30 percent of their gross income. The remaining amount is subsidized by the Section 8 housing program.
Housing Action Council 55 S Broadway, Tarrytown, NY10591 The Housing Action Council is a regional nonprofit organization that works to help low and moderate income families…More obtain affordable housing in the mid-Hudson Valley, New York City and Long Island. It also works with municipalities to improve housing opportunities for residents and holds educational classes for families interested in buying homes.
The Neighborhood House of the Tarrytowns offers programs for seniors and a meeting place for groups that serve the…More community.</p>
<p>Established in 1912 as a center for the Women's Civic League, the current building was erected in 1960 and expanded to include organizations such as the Girl Scouts of America. The Neighborhood House employs a small part-time staff, but mostly relies on volunteers and donations to continue its programs.</p>
Neighborhood House 43 Wildey St, Tarrytown, NY10591 The Neighborhood House offers a wide variety of programs for elders in the Tarrytown area. It was originally established…More as the Women's Civic League in 1912. The programs offered include art workshops, computer training courses, and movie afternoons. The house offers free transportation via senior buses to seniors in the Tarrytown and Sleepy Hollow area.
Sleepy Hollow Senior Housing 124 Valley St, Sleepy Hollow, NY10591 Smith-White Senior Residence is home to Sleepy Hollow Senior Housing, a large apartment complex. These senior-living…More apartments have independent living arrangements as well as group activities for residents.
Bistro Z 455 S Broadway, Tarrytown, NY10591 While Bistro Z caters to guests at the Doubletree Hotel it's housed in, the intimate bar/restaurant also attracts a…More local following. Manager Cheryl Weeks says the place is known for good food, the seasonal patio and a generous weekday happy hour with free Hors d'œuvres and discounted draft beer and house wine.
China House Restaurant 52 Beekman Ave, Sleepy Hollow, NY10591 The Li family has been serving up tasty Chinese standards here for so long that the mother "knows what people want,…More sometimes before they do," says the son working in the front counter. For 20 years, China House has been a fixture on Beekman for affordable food and fast service.
SHORE Inc. 55 S Broadway, Tarrytown, NY10591 SHORE Inc. is a non-profit dedicated to supporting and advocating for affordable housing opportunities for Westchester…More County residents. The offices in Tarrytown are in conjunction with the Housing Action Council.
Union Hose Fire House 129 Cortlandt St, Sleepy Hollow, NY10591 The Union Hose Fire House is one of five individual fire companies in the Sleepy Hollow area. This was the second hose…More company to be organized in the village of Sleepy Hollow. It was organized on December 15th, 1887, in the same building as the Pocantico Hook and Ladder. It then moved to its current location in 1928.