The historic village of Piermont on the Hudson was called “Tappan Landing” in the early 1800’s. It had a large paper factory employing many people which later was converted to Piermont Landing, a group of beautiful condominiums along the waterfront. The Erie Railroad had a passenger and freight line which ran along the hillside, and now the track is a scenic walking path to Nyack. The long pier into the river has a dock that was used during WW2 to transport troops overseas from Camp Shanks. The pier is now a lovely road from which to view the river and beyond. Piermont village is a now vital part of the Hudson riverfront with boutique shops, fine restaurants, music venues, farmer’s markets, boating, biking, and more.
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