Armonk is a hamlet and census-designated place in the town of North Castle, New York.
The population as of the 2010 census was 4,330 people.
Armonk is located 40 miles north of New York City.
Most notably Armonk is headquarters of IBM as well as M.
Sharpe and Swiss Re.
A large blue eagle at the intersection of Routes 22 and 128, erected as a bicentennial tribute in 1976, directs visitors to the retail hub of Main Street, with stores like Hickory and Tweed, a ski and bicycle shop; Schriefer’s Delicatessen, where photographs of old Armonk line a wall; and
Beascakes Bakery, a local favorite for doughnuts.
Close to Main Street are several gated communities of single and attached homes as well as single-family homes on lots of a quarter- to a half-acre.
Just off Main Street is Whippoorwill Commons, a 22-unit condominium development in a former schoolhouse.
Mansions on two or more acres can be found farther from the town center.
Armonk Square off Main Street is an inviting place to stroll, with options for a snack or a meal including Peachwave Yogurt, Tazza Café and Bowls Handcrafted Salads and Soups.
New restaurants beyond the square include Armonk House and Zero Otto Nove, an outpost of a popular place in the Bronx on Old Route 22.
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