Briarcliff Manor, New York

The Village Of Briarcliff Manor

The Village of Briarcliff is located in the north central portion of Westchester County. The village has a population of 7,700. Part of the Village of Briarcliff is in the Town of Mount Pleasant and part of the village is in the Town of Ossining.

Originally the village was part of the enormous land holdings of the Dutchman Fredrick Philipse, who lost much of his land from Spuyten Duyvil in the Bronx to the upper portions of Westchester County after the Revolutionary War.

Directions To Our Office

To get to our office from the Village Hall, start from Pleasantville Road toward North State Road, and turn right onto North State Road and then immediately turn right onto SR–9A. Keep straight onto SR–9A until the ramp right for Taconic State Parkway South toward New York City. Keep straight onto the Sprain Brook Parkway South. Take ramp on the left for I–287 East/ Cross Westchester Expressway toward White Plains. Get off at Exit 8W and proceed to the traffic light, where you will take a left onto Bloomingdale Road. Immediately move to the right lane to make a right turn onto Maple Avenue. Proceed up Maple Avenue through 5 traffic lights. Just after the intersection at the 5th light with Mamaroneck Avenue, turn into the Chester–Maple Parking Garage. Our building at 200 Mamaroneck Avenue is located just to the west of the intersection of Maple and Mamaroneck Avenues.