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It was also part of the town of Northampton. The town of Byron was part of Bergen until After the railroad came through in , an area was laid out around the intersection of Lake Road Route 19 and the railroad for businesses and houses. It was called "Wardville" after the Levi Ward family who laid it out.
It was also called " Cork ", after the Irish who settled there during and after the building of the railroad, and "Lower Bergen". The two areas were soon connected by residences and churches. This area, along with the surrounding residences, was incorporated in on March 5, , as the village of Bergen.
Fire destroyed the business area around the railroad tracks again in The Village Board passed an ordinance requiring that all structures in this area should be built of brick or stone or wrought iron. The west side of the district south of the railroad is on the National Register of Historic Places due to its wrought-iron store fronts, transom windows and probably, also, because of the famous family who founded "Wardville".
Some of the family went on from Bergen to the Rochester area and were also primary developers of that area. Due to the building material and better fire fighting equipment, a fire in destroyed only some of the buildings on the west side of the street. A fire in leveled some of the buildings on the east side of the street.
Since then fires in individual buildings have caused some alteration of the facade of the buildings. When glaciers of the fourth ice age retreated from the northeast corner of New York State , years ago, they left behind 2, acres 8. According to the United States Census Bureau , the town has a total area of Bergen Swamp, a glacial feature now kept as a wildlife preserve , is home to a small endangered rattlesnake , the Eastern Massasauga , as well as a large diversity of other species.
The eastern town line is the border of Monroe County , and the northern town line is the border of both Monroe County and Orleans County. Interstate passes through the southeast part of the town. As of the census  of , there were 3, people, 1, households, and families residing in the town.
The population density was There were 1, housing units at an average density of The racial makeup of the town was Hispanic or Latino of any race were 1. There were 1, households out of which The average household size was 2. In the town, the population was spread out with The median age was 37 years.
For every females, there were For every females age 18 and over, there were From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Redirected from Bergen town , New York. For the village located within this town, see Bergen village , New York. Town in New York, United States. This section does not cite any sources. Please help improve this section by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed.
Log In Sign Up. See all photos. The Outlets at Bergen Town Center. Log in to leave a tip here. Parking situation just continues to worsen here. Park far away from other cars if you don't want jerks damaging your car with their doors and keys. Kerry November 16, The stores are great. Awesome selection for both ladies and men. Parking stinks but there's a small underground parking garage on the target side that's usually not too crowded.
Daniele Banci November 16, Small outlet mall but i always find great deals at the nike and guess stores. Stop for a quick bite at the whole foods there! They sell vegetarian hot dogs that taste like heaven.
Nilüfer New York April 26, Amazing outlets malls , all major names with great pricing and selection all in one place! I highly recommend if you are looking to shop for several things. Love the bergen town center! Great deals and a wide variety of shops! Parking can be tough but be patient! I love the various outlet stores at this mall especially the food spots like Qdoba, Whole Foods , and Baskin Robbins.
Remember how this mall used to be? I have some fun memories of the old Bergen Mall , but The Outlets is a much needed makeover. This mall is no GSP, but it's very nice nonetheless. Cristina Vmor February 23, If parking lot is full, try the garage which is always not full or park below target and just take the elevator!!
And if u got kids; this mall got a few clothing stores for them. This place is awesome now that it's been renovated and redone. Huge Target, Century 21 and Whole Foods , with lots of parking indoor and outdoor. Went from being known as the Bergen Morgue to being an awesome shopping center! Always find great deals! Really cool candy store and cafe. Jennifer Jacobsson April 14, This mall is growing on me, like that they have whole foods market and old navy outlet.
Outlets are always a plus! Check in periodically with the mall office, because they often have booklets with couponsfor most of the stores in the mall! Rachel Westerduin July 4, Like it better than it was before the renovation plus it has some of my favorite places to go. Marlyn Guzman January 11, Love USA polo assn! Bloomingdales and Nordstrom So cheap! Century 21 by far the best place to visit here. Miss the old bergen mall where u could wonder around the basement level where they used to have shops back in the day.
Park in the garages - easier access to the mall and rarely have to fight for parking. Kevin Lyons October 22, Rosemary Kiladitis September 12, Only my second visit since the big redo.
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