Personal Trainer in Mount Kisco NY | Mike Cola Fitness

Personal Trainer in Mount Kisco

If you need a personal trainer in Mount Kisco NY, call Mike Cola Fitness 914-864-2235. Mike Cola has well over 50,000 hours of hands-on personal training experience. He started his own personal training studio in 1989. Mike has been helping Mt Kisco residents reach their fitness goals for over 20 years. Mike Cola fitness is located @ 84 Lexington Ave. Mt Kisco NY, 10549.

 

About Mt Kisco taken from Mt Kisco Chamber of Commerce

Mount Kisco is located about 36 miles north of New York City. The village has been described variously as the “commercial hub of Northern Westchester,” “the shopping capital of Northern Westchester,” and “the healthcare capital of Northern Westchester.”

Mount Kisco is all of these and more. Mount Kisco is truly the heart of Northern Westchester.

Living in Mt Kisco

Mount Kisco is a Village/Town with some 9,983 residents spanning the full spectrum of income levels and living accommodations. Residents buy, rent and sublet in a variety of neighborhoods and in a variety of homes. Condominiums, cooperatives, apartments, single-family and multi-family homes and luxury estate houses happily co-exist in Mount Kisco.

In Mount Kisco, home means more than an individual residence. Home is inextricably entwined with the neighborhood in which you live. There are several distinct neighborhoods within the 10549 zip code and many of them celebrate their closeness with annual block parties.

 

About Mt Kisco taken from MountKisco,org

Mount Kisco was founded in 1850 shortly after the arrival of the railroad. It included two small settlements called Kirbyville and New Castle Corners. Kisco is derived from an Indian word –either kiskamenahook meaning “settlement near a brook” or cisqua meaning “a muddy place.” Mount comes from the 623-foot hill northwest of town.

Since 1875, Mount Kisco has been an incorporated Village under the Village Law of the State of New York. One half of the Village laid in the Town of Bedford, and on half laid in the Town of New Castle. In the mid-seventies, the administrations of the two Towns agreed to support the Village’s effort to “secede” from the Towns. Mount Kisco emerged from the Town of Bedford and the Town of New Castle as a coterminous and independent Village/Town of Mount Kisco effective January 1, 1978.

There is a statue named “Chief Kisco” in Mount Kisco. There never was a real person with that name. David F. Gorham gave the statue to Mount Kisco in 1907 as a decorative top to a water fountain. On the base of the pedestal are the words “God’s Only Beverage For Man and Beast.” Chief Kisco rules over the village from his perch at the intersection of Routes 133 and 117.

Mount Kisco comprises 3.25 square miles and has a population of 9,983 (2000 estimate). It includes 3,993 households as per the 2000 census.

 

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