Tuxedo, and the elegant Tuxedo Park NY enclave are popular for commuters because of their easy access to both the NY State Thruway and commuter train lines to NYC. The area is also close to several major employers including the large IBM facility in Franklin Lakes, NJ. Also rapidly becoming known as the Hudson Valley’s “Tech Alley,” due to the increasing number of young technology companies moving into the area.
Technology is one the companies enjoying the surroundings of lakes and forest for their corporate headquarters. Because of the woodlands setting and small-town feeling, life in Tuxedo is quiet, relatively safe and satisfying in many ways. There is, however, lots to do. The area has miles of woods and numerous parks for hiking, biking and exploring including Sterling Mountain and Harriman State Park. In winter, there are four easy to reach ski areas including Tuxedo Ridge just outside of town, and Mt. St. Peter in nearby Warwick, NY. The prestigious The Tuxedo Club is a distinctive social institution that, since 1886, has provided its members, their families and guests with recreation and refuge in the close environs of Metropolitan New York City. The Club’s unparalleled grounds, varied sporting venues and multiple clubhouse facilities offer year round enjoyment for all ages and make it one of the most unique private clubs in the world. Facilities include golf, five racquet sport venues, boathouse, fitness facility, swimming complex, ice skating rink and two architecturally renowned clubhouses. Tuxedo is also home to the NY Renaissance Faire and nearby world famous shopping outlets Woodbury Commons.
Tuxedo Schools www.tuxedogov.org
Monroe-Woodbury Schools www.mw.k12.ny.us
Commuter Information www.tuxedogov.org
Tuxedo Town www.tuxedogov.org
Tuxedo Chamber www.tuxedochamber.org
Tuxedo Library www.tuxedoparklibrary.org
Tuxedo Ridge www.tuxedoridge.com
Sterling Forest State Park Sterling Forest State Park
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