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Rye Brook

Since its formation in 1982, Rye Brook’s 3.5 beautiful square-miles...

Welcome to Rye Brook

Since its formation in 1982, Rye Brook’s 3.5 beautiful square-miles along the New York-Connecticut border has attracted people looking for a small town feel with spectacular amenities. With everyday attractions like Pine Ridge Park and the “extended family” feel of this intimate community, Rye Brook offers a unique Westchester experience.
The village, near the Hutchinson River and Merritt Parkways and two major interstates holds a municipal building and two large hotels—one with a convention center and golf course. There are also several office complexes in Rye Brook, but five local parks as well as ballfields and playgrounds.

What to Love

  • Easy access to New York City, just 40 minute train ride away (Port Chester station)
  • An inclusive close-knit community with a nonpartisan government
  • Living in a quiet neighborhood close to everything

People & Lifestyle

The village is young enough that many of its original residents, who moved there as kids, have recently bought their own homes and started families. The relatively small, but still top-notch, school district of Blind Brook has a total of 1,200 students from K-12. 
The Rye Hills neighborhood, with mostly split-level and colonial three-bedroom homes, draws many first-time buyers. You can find houses about twice that size in Talcott Woods, which also has a neighborhood pool. Near the Westchester County Airport is Belle Fair, a newer complex of about 260 residences with a community center and grocery store. Large colonials dot the streets near the Blind Brook Country Club. And the most eclectic and expensive homes, with lots up to an acre, in the Hillandale area.

Dining, Entertainment & Shopping

Rye Ridge Shopping Center features a spectacular array of shops, fitness studios, restaurants and services. Residents enjoy the convenience of this shopping enclave. Strip malls don’t usually rate as a top community attraction, but this isn’t your average chain of retail shops. Rye Ridge has boutique fitness outlets (SoulCycle, Ripped Fit, Yogafreak), myriad healthy food options (Organic Pharmer, Chopt, Dig Inn, Balducci’s Food Lovers Market), and even an option for the kids (the music center Songs for Seeds).
Rye Brook has a diverse range of culinary delights. For classic deli sandwiches and freshly baked bagels, Rye Ridge Deli is a popular go-to spot. If you craved Italian food, Fortina served up wood-fired pizzas and delightful pasta dishes in a lively atmosphere. Little Thai Kitchen offered a delicious selection of Thai cuisine, including flavorful curries, aromatic stir-fries, and comforting noodle dishes.

Things to Do

The designer fashion boutiques of Greenwich, the boardwalk and white sandy beaches of Rye, the famous Capitol Theater in Port Chester—all of these attractions are just minutes away.
In addition, Rye Brook uniquely offers planned neighborhoods, especially appealing for people new to the area in search of new friends. Parks abound, most notable the Pine Ridge Park, with its fields and playground areas. Residents mingle at village-sponsored events like the Rye Brook Birthday Party, Ice Cream Fridays and Winter Fest. Pets join the fun for Howl-O-Ween in the Park. Crawford Park offers beautiful green spaces, walking trails, and recreational facilities for residents and visitors to enjoy. It's an excellent spot for picnics, outdoor activities, and relaxation.

What isn’t within Rye Brook can be found nearby. In the town of Rye, there is a farmers’ market, and villagers have access to Rye Town Park and Oakland Beach, on Long Island Sound. Greenwich, just across the Connecticut border, is a shoppers’ haven. Port Chester has an array of ethnic restaurants and the 95-year-old Capitol Theatre. The Neuberger Museum of Art (now reopened) and the Performing Arts Center (still virtual) are minutes away, on the campus of Purchase College. The Donald M. Kendall Sculpture Gardens, also known as PepsiCo Sculpture Gardens, is an outdoor art space near Rye Brook featuring a remarkable collection of contemporary sculptures set amidst lush landscapes and tranquil ponds. It's open to the public, and admission has traditionally been free. For any adrenaline junkies, Boundless Adventures is an exciting zipline and aerial park in the Purchase, NY area, just 10 minutes away from Rye Brook. With suspended platforms, ziplines, and ropes, visitors can navigate through various courses of different difficulty levels. Safety is a priority, and participants receive proper equipment and instructions. It's an ideal destination for families, friends, and groups seeking a unique and unforgettable outdoor adventure.


The Blind Brook School District serves the village and consistently ranks among the top school districts in the state. Top educational opportunities include:
  • Bruno M. Ponterio Ridge Street School, K-5, highly-rated public elementary school
  • Blind Brook Middle School, 6-8, highly-rated public middle school
  • Blind Brook High School, 9-12, highly-rated public high school


For a pdf version of our Rye Brook Town Guide, click here.

Overview for Rye Brook, NY

9,909 people live in Rye Brook, where the median age is 45 and the average individual income is $89,634. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.


Total Population

45 years

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Demographics and Employment Data for Rye Brook, NY

Rye Brook has 3,377 households, with an average household size of 2.9. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau. Here’s what the people living in Rye Brook do for work — and how long it takes them to get there. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau. 9,909 people call Rye Brook home. The population density is 2,890.26 and the largest age group is Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.


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48.45 / 51.55%

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