Armonk

Armonk is a hamlet and census-designated place (CDP) located in the town of North Castle in Westchester County, New York. As of the 2010 census, the CDP population was 4,330.

Armonk is home to the global headquarters of information technology company IBM and bond insurer MBIA, and the American headquarters of reinsurer Swiss Re. The Indian Information Technology giant, Wipro also hosts its headquarters here.

In many regards, Armonk is a suburb less traveled. To many Manhattanites, it lacks the familiarity of Scarsdale, the name recognition of neighboring Bedford and the celebrity of Chappaqua. Yet the bucolic corner of Central Westchester flourishes with its convenient location (including to nearby North White Plains station, a major hub with abundant parking) and a relaxed sense of luxury.

The Smith Tavern, a historical site and landmark of the Revolutionary War, is located in Armonk and is the home of the North Castle Historical Society. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places along with the Bedford Road Historic District. The Witthoefft House was added in 2011. The North Castle Public Library, a member of the Westchester Library System, is also located in Armonk. Whippoorwill Country Club, whose golf course is one of Westchester’s best, is located in Armonk.

To Manhattan, express trains from the North White Plains station can take less than 40 minutes. It is 10 minutes to the Westchester Airport by car.

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