The southernmost section of New York State Route 100, known as "Central Park Avenue", appeared in maps as early as 1888. Originally constructed as a plank road in 1874 connecting Macombs Dam Bridge (then known as Central Bridge) to Westchester County.
Located minutes north of New York City, Westchester County has been called New York’s Golden Apple. Now, Westchester County residents looking for a night on the town, the latest fashions, home furnishings, or a great restaurant can find it on a new web site devoted to Central Park Avenue, known to locals simply as Central Avenue, located at CentralAvenue.com
The CentralAvenue site is divided into categories Health, Beauty and Fitness, Insurance, Jewelers, Restaurants, Shopping and Specialty Foods.Here, major retailers and unique boutiques bring a taste of big city shopping to your own backyard. Offering a charming yet modern shopping experience, whether you're the in-and-out shopper driving to a single store or a window shopper ready to make a day of it strolling down the village-like street, Central Avenue has something for everyone. You can find the hottest fashions, latest electronics, furniture, baby products, and just about any kind of specialty shop you could possibly need all in one place. Love Central Ave. too much to leave? Why not live or work here too? The bustling area is filled with business and job opportunities as well as apartment co-ops and nearby homes -- a shopaholic's dream...see the site now