Thinking of living in Rye Brook, NY?


Are you thinking of living in Rye Brook, NY?  Rye Brook, NY is a suburb of New York City with approximately 9,000 people.  Most of the residents commute to New York City with only 38.7% working within Westchester County.  Rye Brook has a median income of $120,758 of which 59.5% of the residents work in the Management, Business and Finance fields.  Most households are dual income households.  A majority of households are family households with average family size of 3.15 people and approximately, 26.6% of the residents are under 19 years old.

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Rye Brook, NY: Household Data

  • Population approximately 9,000
  • Families-73.9% family households with average family size of 3.15
  • Kids-26.6% of population under 18 years old
  • Babies, Toddlers and Preschoolers- 6.1% under 5 years old
  • Median Age 44.2 years old
  • White 84.5%, Hispanic 13.8%, Asian 5%,  African American 2.5%

Rye Brook, NY: Employment

  • 27.8% Stay at Home Moms vs. 72.2% Working Moms *
  • Work in Westchester County 38.7%, Work in NY (outside Westchester County) 47.6%, Work outside NY state 13.7%
  • $120,758 Median Household Income
  • 59.5% Management, Business and Financial Occupations

Rye Brook, NY: Schools and Buses

  • Blind Brook School District serves BMP Ridge St. Elementary School, Blind Brook Middle School and Blind Brook High School.
  • Elementary school students who live more than 0.75 miles away and Middle School/High School students who live more than 1.5 miles away are eligible for school bus transportation.
  • Students attending private schools are eligible for school bus transportation.  They must live no more than 15 miles from their school.  Elementary school students who live more than 0.75 miles away and Middle School/High School students who live more than 1.5 miles away are eligible for school bus transportation.

Rye Brook, NY: Housing

  • 48% own 2 cars and 17% own 3 or more cars
  • 76.4% owner occupied housing and 23.6% renter occupied housing

Rye Brook, NY: Metro North Train Commute to NYC

Rye Brook does not have a train station.  Residents can go to the Port Chester station which is 7 minutes away, Rye Station is 7 minutes away, Harrison Station is 13 minutes away and White Plains Station is 12 minutes away.  White Plains trains come very frequently, during peak hours there are as many as 10 trains per hour or a train every 10 minutes which means you will not have to wait at the platform for long to catch a train.  While during peak hours, Rye, Port Chester, Harrison trains come 4-5 trains per hour or a train every 15-20 minutes.

  • Rye to Grand Central at 40 minutes
  • Port Chester to Grand Central at 45 minutes
  • White Plains to Grand Central at 36 minutes
  • Harrison to Grand Central at 38 minutes

Rye Brook, NY: Train Station Parking

Rye Brook does not have a train station.  Residents use the Port Chester, Harrison or White Plains station.  There are meter parking available in the northbound lot of the Harrison train station for $4.75 for 16 hours or $7.50 for 24 hours.  The Port Chester station has meter parking and there is a waitlist for parking permits.

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Rye Brook, NY: Taxes

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*Population 20-64 years old, female with children under 18 Years old

Source: 2016 American Community Survey and 2010 Census