SLEEPY HOLLOW, N.Y. -- Sleepy Hollow is hugely associated with Halloween, according to The New York times.
Events like The Great Jack O’Lantern Blaze, cited in the report, draw visitors.
New residents are also attracted to Sleepy Hollow, according to The New York Times, citing a couple who moved there from Brooklyn.
They were attracted to its "down-to-earth" ambiance and nice access to New York City for work, The New York Times said.
The couple also like that other young people are moving there from the city, said the report.
Tourism has exploded in Sleepy Hollow, Anthony Giaccio, the village administrator, told The New York Times.
There is a housing development underway with 1,177 units by the river on what formerly was a General Motors plant site, said the report.
There are additional ideas for the location, such as "more recreational facilities and a new public works building," Giaccio told The New York Times.
Other housing styles include split-level houses, along with colonials and Tudors, a realtor told The New York Times.
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