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Buchanan

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The Village of Buchanan is located in the northwestern corner of Westchester County on the eastern bank of the Hudson River, 20 miles north of White Plains. The Village is part of the Town of Cortlandt.

Many village residents are employees of the Indian Point Power plant, now owned and operated by Entergy Corporation, an integrated energy company engaged primarily in electric
power production, retail distribution operations, energy marketing and trading

In Lent’s Cove Park, a park adjacent to the Indian Point power plant, there is a restored footpath to the river known as the Tropiano Trail, in recognition of a village trustee who was instrumental in the trail’s rebirth as a nature trail for hikers and river enthusiasts.

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Restaurants

  • Taste, 265 Tate Ave., (914) 930-7864
  • Ting Ho Chinese Kitchen, 3113 Albany Post Rd., (914) 788-6800
  • Johnny Rit’s Restaurant, 300 Bleakley Ave., (914) 737-9399
  • Palace  Deli Pizza and Cafe, 182 lindsey Ave.,  (914) 734-4027

Attractions

Lent’s Cove Park and Tropiano Trail – A riverside park offering nature trails for hikers and Hudson River enthusiasts, part of the Hudson River Valley Greenway Trail System.

Village of Buchanan Historic Room, Village Hall.

Shopping

  • Route 9A corridor
  • Village Circle
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