Location & Access
Location, Location, Location
There’s really no other way to say it. As the northernmost suburb of New York City, Dutchess County’s strategic location ensures closeness to major consumer markets, robust industries and top talent, without our competitors’ extraordinary operating costs.
Access to major transportation corridors, including Amtrak and Metro-North Railroad and Interstates 84,87 and 684 make Dutchess a hub of activity in the Tri-State area attracting multinational companies like Gap, Inc. to take advantage of this convenient supply chain access. For corporate executives, Dutchess County’s Hudson Valley Regional Airport offers convenient, cost-effective access to Manhattan and other East Coast hubs without the ground delays experienced at other New York metropolitan-area airports.
Who says location matters? We do. Dutchess County’s location at the heart of the BosWash Corridor, combined with its distinct natural resources and historical character, is one of the top reasons why businesses and people call Dutchess County home.
- A helicopter flight from the Hudson Valley Regional Airport to Manhattan is only 22 min.
- Dutchess County is served by two Amtrak stations that offer travel to Montreal, Toronto, New York City, Chicago and Boston.
- Dutchess County is served by nine train stations along the Harlem and Hudson lines of MetroNorth.
- The express train to Grand Central Station takes just 75 minutes from Beacon.