Featured Apartment Communities for Rockland County and Nearby NJ Apartment Rentals
Spring Valley, NY
Located in the Rockland County town of Spring Valley, N.Y. is Linda Court, a collection of 239 rental units.
Regency Village is a sprawling community of 562 rental units, located in the Rockland County town of Monsey, N.Y.
Located in the Rockland County town of Monsey, N.Y. is Victoria Gardens.
Local Information for Rockland County, New York
Regency Village and Victoria Gardens are two communities of rental homes in the Rockland County town of Monsey, NY. Rockland County is part of the New York City metropolitan area, just 15 miles northwest of Manhattan, while Monsey, NY is about 30 miles away.
As of the 2010 Census, Rockland County had a population of 311,687, while Monsey, which covers about 2.2 square miles of Rockland County, is home to 18,412. Rockland is a name that comes from early Dutch and English settlers who described the area as “rocky land.” Monsey is derived from the Munsee band of Lenape Native Americans who inhabited parts of Rockland County.
Regency Village is a sprawling community of 562 rental homes in Monsey, NY, ranging in size from 645 to 910 total square feet. Each one or two bedroom residence features newly renovated interiors with an eat-in kitchen, refrigerator, oven, carpet and hardwood flooring, air conditioner, patio or balcony and extra storage. Regency Village residents enjoy the peace of mind of 24-hour emergency maintenance and the convenience of an onsite laundry facility and close proximity to public transportation.
Victoria Gardens is home to 328 apartment homes in the Rockland County town of Monsey, NY. These spacious one, two and three bedroom residences range from 815 to 1,400 square feet. Each Victoria Gardens home includes a dishwasher, refrigerator, oven, hardwood flooring, air conditioner, walk-in closet and patio or balcony. An onsite laundry facility and 24-hour emergency maintenance are also available.
Dozens of excellent public, private and parochial schools educate the children of Rockland County. Nearly 92 percent of Rockland County students go on to attend institutions of higher learning, making Rockland public education among the most successful in New York State. A strong bond between schools and the community plays a large part in the success of Rockland County schools. Local businesses and service organizations donate goods, services, scholarships and expertise while participating in planning committees, cultural activities and classroom events.
Major highways connect Rockland County to popular nearby destinations. The Palisades Interstate Parkway connects the county directly to the George Washington Bridge and New York City. The Tappan Zee Bridge connects Rockland and Westchester Counties, while Interstate 87/287 New York Thruway gives residents easy access to New Jersey via the Garden State Parkway.
The Rockland County Department of Transportation offers plenty of travel options for commuters within and around the county. MTA Metro-North and New Jersey Transit trains, a number of bus routes and the New York Waterway ferry (Haverstraw to Ossining) all serve Rockland County, while 511NYRideshare provides helpful carpooling information.
Families love the cultural events and entertainment available throughout Rockland County that makes it a popular tourist attraction. From theatre and the arts to parks, farmer’s markets and historic sites, you’ll always find something to do. To find out more about shopping, restaurants and popular destinations and events, visit RockTourism.com.
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