MatchPoint NYC’s mission to improve the health, well-being and lifestyle of members, and this is evident throughout the groundbreaking facility. The commodious, 12,000 sq. ft. gym welcomes those wishing to push themselves on the most advanced fitness equipment on the market with on-site personal trainers, while a steam sauna and spa soothe the body after an intense workout. For parents who wish to observe their kid’s lessons or for those taking a break between training sessions, Dmitry Druzhinsky encourages a visit to the full service cafe offering couches, HDTVs, and a juice bar with views of the nine cutting edge, indoor tennis courts, half dozen mini courts designated for youth, and the world class junior Olympic-sized swimming pool. For those wishing to go a step further, over one hundred classes take place weekly in three group fitness studios and rhythmic gymnastics facility, giving members the ability to master Pilates, yoga, boot camp, and Sambo Academy. From professional athlete to child entering a sport for the first time, MatchPoint is the place to work hard, excel, and grow.
Month: March 2017
Dmitry Druzhinsky’s stepped into real estate back in 2000, when he oversaw the development of his own house. In the ensuing sixteen years, he has been the lead force behind the construction and sale of over one hundred properties. As MatchPoint NYC’s co-founder, his previous experience in the acquiring and repositioning property played a critical role in the success of the grand $20 million process. The arduous negotiations with New York City’s Board of Standards and Appeals for permitting to develop the desirable three acre lot only came to fruition because the businessman worked with the city to “de-map” a road that had been unused for the past century, and crossed one of the parcels where the structure was planned. Upon opening, the MatchPointNYC became the largest recreational center of its kind in Brooklyn, and the second most expansive in all of New York.
For more than fifteen years, Dmitry Druzhinsky has been advancing New York’s residential and recreational infrastructure. The real estate developer and investor’s most recent development, MatchPoint NYC in Brooklyn, has grown into the city’s premier sports, wellness and fitness facility for amateur and professional athletes and their families. The 120,000 sq. ft. luxury athletic center offers top-notch, state of the art facilities and a helpful staff of certified instructors, personal trainers, and nutrition consultants to assist members in reaching their goals in an effective, efficient, and safe environment.
MatchPoint NYC is located on three acres on Coney Island, featuring over 120,000 square feet of top of the line equipment and amenities, the most notable of which is an expansive nine court indoor tennis arena. This tennis center is the largest of its kind in Brooklyn. The luxury sports facility was co-founded by Dmitry Druzhinsky in 2013, to fulfill the lack of recreational infrastructure in the region. Because of his dedication to club members, employees, and the community, the complex has quickly grown into the preferred venue for families, professional athletes, and cause driven charitable events. “They are great to work with,” said CEO of Powered by Professionals Darren Port, who was one of the runners of this year’s tournament, “He has really gone out of his way to invite us to work with them, and that has helped make the event really special in the two years we have had it here. The foundation does a great job in keeping its expenses low to ensure that the money raised goes towards the cause, and MatchPoint’s generosity helps make that possible.”
Dmitry Druzhinsky notes that the R Baby Foundation is the first and only nonprofit organization in the United States with the mission of saving infants’ lives through improved pediatric care, and has donated $8 million to hospital programs and saved more than one million lives to date. Jason Pinsky created the charity’s tennis tournament in 2010. “Six years ago I saw the foundation was doing a golf event, and I suggested we should do a tennis event,” he says. “The first year was sort of a test and it went well, and the demand has been high ever since. We bring together a great group of competitive guys for a great cause.” In 2015 and 2016, the Foundation is honored to have raised over $500,000 for childcare initiatives such as telemedicine with pediatric experts, mobile simulation training programs, and symposiums.