The Pinkerton Clubhouse -- Fall 2018

Madison is committed to serving New York City neighborhoods where young people need us most. In 2018, Madison plans to open its fifth and largest Clubhouse in North Central Harlem.

The Bradhurst community of Harlem, once home to the Polo Grounds baseball stadium, is home to a high concentration of public and low-income housing, where 35% of the population lives below the federal poverty line and thousands of families and their children face a lack of opportunity and isolation. Approximately 6,000 children under the age of 18 live within a 10 block radius. Madison’s new Clubhouse will serve more than 400 of them each day.


Designed by Rogers Partners, the new Clubhouse will have 45,000 square feet of open and welcoming space overflowing with amenities and activities. It will also serve as the new Administrative Headquarters for Madison Square Boys & Girls Club, allowing staff and organizational leadership to be closely connected with Clubhouse members and Clubhouse operations.

In recognition of a generous leading gift from The Pinkerton Foundation, Madison looks forward to dedicating its new home in Harlem The Pinkerton Clubhouse.