Easy connections by train and bus, car and Zipcar.
Whether you’re commuting to Manhattan, or taking a road trip upstate, Hudson Park is close to every transportation convenience. But it’s not always about leaving town. Some of the best things to do in Yonkers can be found on your own two feet. Learn what makes us an apartment with a great walk score too!
With the historic Yonkers railroad station right across the street, it’s like having your own private Metro North rail platform less than half an hour from Grand Central. Commute to Manhattan or make a quick weekend trip to the city with ease.
Metro North Railroad
The Bee-Line bus gives you easy access to virtually anywhere in Westchester County and into the Bronx. Sign up on the Bee-Line website to receive email updates on schedule changes.
Directions to waterfront living at Hudson Park are simple—and well worth your time. Come out and get the feel of this place, and you won’t want to leave.
From NYC and South:
Take the Henry Hudson Parkway (NY-9A) north to Exit 22, Riverdale Avenue, 253rd Street. Turn right at the end of the ramp, then take the first right and follow the signs for Riverdale Avenue. Stay on Riverdale for about 2.2 miles and turn left onto Main Street. Follow From Main Street directions.
From I-87 and North:
Take the Saw Mill Parkway south to Exit 5, Yonkers Avenue (NOT 5A, Palmer Road). Turn right at the end of the ramp, then go straight onto Yonkers Avenue. After about 1.7 miles, turn right onto Riverdale Avenue, go two traffic lights and turn left onto Main Street. Follow From Main Street directions.
From Main Street:
Continue west on Main Street past the U.S. Post Office on the right. Turn right on Buena Vista Avenue, then left onto Dock Street. Cross Alexander Street and park. The Leasing Office is at 1 Alexander Street.