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The trees grow a little taller. The hills rise up around you. About an hour outside the city, at a bend in the Ramapo River, the change in the landscape from suburbs to foothills tells you you’re home. But this is no sleepy hamlet. Tuxedo is entering a new era. The area’s natural beauty and unique history is attracting a new class of artisans, entrepreneurs and adventurers. Good things are happening and you’re just in time.

Energizing Downtown

The town’s classic architecture is a blank canvas for a new generation of businesses. Bringing new life and vitality to Tuxedo. The spaces are soon to be filled with new shops, restaurants and purveyors of craft spirits. In fact, many new ventures are being seeded by a generous small business loan fund. Meanwhile the town is undergoing millions in beautification improvements and infrastructure upgrades. Tuxedo is quickly becoming the place to be.

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Schools

Tuxedo Farms is a great place to raise a family for lots of reasons. One of the most important – and one that is a real factor in the decision-making process – is that it’s a great place to educate your kids, starting with childcare programs at the Y. Tuxedo has a variety of top-notch schools nearby. Including public schools in town and top-tier private school options.

PRIVATE
Tuxedo Park School K-8
Sacred Heart K-8
Rockland Country Day School 9-12
Bergen Catholic 9-12
Don Bosco Prep 9-12
Delbarton School 9-12
PUBLIC
George Grant Mason Elementary School K-6
George F. Baker High School 7-12
Suffern High School 9-12

Harriman

A new generation has discovered the area’s natural splendor. A desire to escape the city and experience the restorative qualities of nature – either for adventure or simply peace and quiet – brings people here. We’re calling it the “Gateway to the Hudson Valley.” A trailhead right at Tuxedo Station provides easy access to hiking and mountain biking at Harriman State Park. In fact, several organizations already promote the area’s recreational opportunities including Rails-to-trails and MyHarriman.com. And there’s more hiking at Sterling Forest State Park or Bear Mountain and on the legendary Appalachian Trail.

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The World Around You

5 MINUTES
Sterling Forest State Park
Harriman State Park Trailhead at Tuxedo Train Station

7 MINUTES
Downtown Suffern

10 MINUTES
Mount Peter ski area
Mahwah Shopping District

15 MINUTES
Woodbury Commons
Palisades Center Mall

20 MINUTES
Bear Mountain

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Appalachian Trailhead
Tuxedo Golf Club
Seven Lakes Drive
Torne Valley Vineyards

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