An exodus from Brooklyn and the other boroughs to Nyack is occurring at the moment. Transplants from the city have always been interested in Nyack. Usually the move happens when the concept of raising a family and the necessity for more space arises. City folk find Nyack to be an ideal hatchery for personal and professional growth as well. The Pandemic has also added fuel to the exodus process.
There is a sense that Nyack and other rivertown communities offer a safe haven form the tight spaces of the city. As the job market reinvents itself, and more and more people will be working from home the necessity to commute is lessening which opens up the buyer and rental pool of people willing to consider the Nyack and Piermont communities.
Nyack’s diversity and international population, and its location on the banks of the Hudson river create a magical atmosphere that is hard to resist.