River Towns

With easy access to Boston, Albany and New York City the River Towns are a perfect location for businesses.  With year round residents as well as visitors enjoying Greene County all year long your business will be in a thriving market.


  • Key commercial space is concentrated around the waterfront and Main Street sections of our river towns.
  • Catskill and Athens have quaint, walkable Main Streets that attract those looking to shed the impersonal nature of sprawling suburbs and partake in a strong sense of community.
  • New Baltimore takes advantage of its scenic waterfront on the Hudson River, with waterfront dining, shopping and boating.
  • For manufacturing businesses that need easy thruway access the Greene Business & Tech Park located in Coxsackie would be an ideal location.

For a complete list of locations that are available, contact us at (518) 719-3290, or via email at info@greenecountyedc.com


The Village of Catskill is directly accessible to the NYS Thruway Exit 21, and has one of only seven bridge crossings over the Hudson River – The Rip Van Winkle Bridge, which provides easy access to the Amtrak Train Station


The Village of Athens sits on the west bank of the Hudson River, four miles north of the Rip Van Winkle Bridge in Greene County. The small and friendly community is made up of an eclectic group of artisans, business


The Village of Coxsackie was a Hudson River port for almost 300 years, bringing people and goods to cities and towns north and south. As roadways and rail replaced the river as main transport routes, Greene County’s port villages declined.

New Baltimore

Settlement in the New Baltimore area dates back to at least 1713. The town was carved from the town of Coxsackie on March 15, 1811 by an act of the New York State Legislature. By 1875, there were 248 farms

River Towns in Greene County New Baltimore Coxsackie Athens Catskill Durham Greenville Cairo Windham Ashland Prattsville Jewett Hunter Lexington Halcott
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