Madison Square Boys & Girls Club

Pinkerton Clubhouse

Each year, Madison Square Boys & Girls Club provides essential programming to over 5,000 young people in New York City communities most in need. Its Clubhouses provide a safe, nurturing environment that supports academic success, good character & citizenship, and the adoption of a healthy lifestyle for youth ages 6-18.

To further its mission, Madison embarked on a project to build a new, flagship facility on West 155th Street and Bradhurst Avenue. The four-story Clubhouse will contain modern educational spaces and recreational facilities including a rooftop soccer field and indoor basketball court, as well as innovative visual and performing arts spaces including a music and production studio, screening room and digital media and technology lab. The Clubhouse will also serve as the organization’s new citywide administrative hub and headquarters.

Role + Responsibilities

Zubatkin was retained in the project’s early stages to develop the Project Implementation Plan that outlined a strategic roadmap for the Clubhouse’s development. The team guided Madison through architect selection and is currently overseeing construction of the building. Zubatkin’s In-House Technical Group assisted in the review of drawings as well as the solicitation and procurement process for other key vendors and construction service providers. Zubatkin also developed the project’s budget, managed financial reporting and compliance, and helped the organization navigate the requirements of the federal New Markets Tax Credit Program.

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  • Client Madison Square Boys & Girls Club
  • Location Harlem, NY
  • Size

    45,000 sf

  • Architect
    • Rogers Partners
  • Construction Manager
    • T.G. Nickel

Commissioning optimizes building efficiencies

Rain/Storm Water Management System

Enhanced Indoor Environment (Vacancy & Daylight Sensors)

WaterSense Fixtures

Recycled, biodegradable & locally-sourced materials

Bike Storage

New high-efficiency HVAC

LED Lighting