Millionaire real-estate and pharmaceutical mogul William Van Duzer Lawrence sparked, the development of Bronxville as an affluent suburb of New York City with magnificent homes in a country-like setting. Lawrence left his mark on the village by establishing the historic Lawrence Park neighborhood. Lawrence Hospital is an established facility in the village.
Located 15 miles north of midtown Manhattan and nestled along the banks of the Bronx River, Bronxville is notoriously known as the “suburb that is endlessly copied, but never matched.”
Bronxville is a town with a bustling business district, beautiful architecture, majestic churches, stately Tudors, Colonials and Victorian homes, and cooperative and condominium apartments. There are over 70 acres of green space, bicycle and walking paths along the Bronx River Parkway, boutiques, many eateries and a quick 28 minute train ride to Grand Central Station making Bronxville a favorite among buyers moving from NYC.