Ardsley, New York
The Village of Ardsley is located in the southwestern region of Westchester County. The village has a population of approximately 4,200, and is in the Town of Greenburgh.
Ardsley was originally part of the estate of the Phillipses, a family of English loyalists. The estate was seized by the post– Revolutionary War government and later sold to American Patriots.Directions To Our Office
To get to our office from the Village Hall in Ardsley, begin going west on Ashford Avenue toward Saw Mill River Road/NY–9A. Merge onto the Saw Mill River Parkway North via the ramp on the left. Merge onto I–87 North/New York State Thruway via Exit 20 toward I–287/Tappan Zee Bridge. Then merge onto I–287 E/Cross Westchester Expressway, exiting at Exit 8W in White Plains. Make a left off the exit onto Bloomingdale Road (You will see the Westchester Mall in front of you) and then turn right onto Maple Avenue. Proceed up the hill through five traffic lights. Cross Mamaroneck Avenue and immediately turn into the Chester– Maple parking garage on the right. Our building is located just west of the intersection of Maple and Mamaroneck Avenues at 200 Mamaroneck Avenue.