Yorktown Up where you belong
Destination Y

Something’s Happening Here.

Yorktown is accessible, affordable and ready to put your business on the fast track with expedited approvals, shovel‑ready sites, permits, zoning and diverse commercial sites.

Accessible Location

Accessible Location

East-West/North-South Highways:

  • Taconic State Parkway
  • Routes 6, 202, 35 and 100
  • Near I-684 and I-84

Near Major Airports:

  • All major NYC airports
  • Less than one hour to Westchester and Stewart

Near Two Metro-North Train Lines:

  • Harlem and Hudson lines

Bee-Line Bus Service

Affordable Space

Affordable Space

  • Twice the space at half the cost
  • Diverse commercial space available including:
    • Class A Office
    • Retail
    • Warehouse
    • Mixed-Use
Fast-Tracked Approvals

Fast-Tracked Approvals

  • Expedited approval processes
  • Shovel-ready sites with zoning in place
  • Development locations with pre-approved zoning in key locations throughout the town
  • Waiver of select permitting fees

We will respond to every inquiry, just contact us.

Matt Slater

Matthew J. Slater

Supervisor of Yorktown

Town Hall
363 Underhill Avenue
Yorktown Heights, NY 10598

John Tegeder

John A. Tegeder, R.A.

Director of Planning

Albert A. Capellini Community & Cultural Center
1974 Commerce Street
Top Floor • Room 222
Yorktown Heights, NY 10598

Yorktown Town Board

Town Board Members

From left: Councilman Ed Lachterman, Councilman Tom Diana, Supervisor of Yorktown Matt Slater, Councilwoman Alice E. Roker and Councilman Vishnu Patel

Let’s Make It Happen.

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About Yorktown

  • A suburb of the New York City metropolitan area, Yorktown is 40 miles north of midtown Manhattan.

  • Five Business Hamlets: Mohegan Lake, Shrub Oak, Jefferson Valley, Crompond, Yorktown Heights

  • 12 distinct residential neighborhoods each with their own unique character and identity

  • Parks and open spaces offer activities from swimming and organized sports to hiking trails and picnicking.

  • Easily accessible by East-West and North-South Highways: Taconic State Parkway; Routes 6, 202, 35 and 100; Near I-684 and I-84

  • First settled in 1683, Yorktown was of strategic importance during the American Revolution. The Pines Bridge crossing of the Croton River was guarded by the 1st Rhode Island Regiment, an integrated unit which included African Americans and Native Americans.

  • Yorktown was incorporated in 1788 and named in commemoration of America's decisive Revolutionary War victory at Yorktown, Virginia.

Yorktown Map

Planned Design
Overlay Districts

The proposed overlay zoning would create new opportunities for property owners and spark a revitalization of Yorktown’s business hamlets. The zoning would:

  • Encourage live/work construction

  • Create land-use flexibility, diversified housing and economic development opportunities

  • Deliver pedestrian- and bike-friendly streets that will foster a downtown mindset of walkability

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Yorktown by the Numbers

  • Town Stats

  • Population: 36,618

  • 37 Square Miles

  • Median Resident Age 45

  • Educated Workforce

  • Homeownership 83%

  • Avg HH Income $142,152

  • 60 miles of Hiking Trails

  • Home to Major Businesses: IBM, Nestlé Waters, UPS and CareMount, among others

  • Close To

  • 5 Major Airports

  • 2 Metro-North Train Lines

  • AND

  • Bee-Line Bus Service

  • Only Northern Westchester Municipality with East-West and North-South Major Highway Access

There’s More to Yorktown

Check out the local businesses, shops, restaurants and beautiful parks that make Yorktown a great place to live, work and play. Visit our partner organizations’ websites to learn more:

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