South Orange Family YMCA

South Orange Family YMCA

Hudson Design Architecture
Middletown, NY, USA
Project Year
Community Centres

Wellness Centres
Christopher Lovi
Product Spec Sheet

Aluminum Frame WindowsSCHÜCO
Plumbing FixturesAmerican Standard
Luxury Vinyl Tile Flooring, Suspended Ceiling GridArmstrong Flooring
Glazed Ceramic Tile FlooringDaltile
Modular CarpetLees Carpet

Product Spec Sheet
Aluminum Frame Windows
Plumbing Fixtures
Luxury Vinyl Tile Flooring, Suspended Ceiling Grid
Glazed Ceramic Tile Flooring
by Daltile
Modular Carpet

South Orange Family YMCA

Hudson Design Architecture as Architects

The South Orange Family YMCA (SOFY) represents the first phase of the YMCA’s integration with the greater Monroe community. The proposed 25,000 sq. ft facility occupies a renovated warehouse which is located adjacent to the Orange Heritage Trailway stretching from Monroe to Goshen. The new entry is configured to maximize the engagement of the popular exercise trail with SOFY. The facility is designed with strategically placed sightlines to maximize the surveillance of all spaces from the reception desk area, while also providing several “pod” areas for more private uses. The multi-use facility is equipped with a Group Fitness Studio, a Spirit/Mind/Body Studio (yoga, pilates, etc.), a Spinning Studio, Cardio Machines, Free Weights, Circuit Training, Half-Court Gymnasium, Youth Center with interactive gaming, Child Watch and a Community Room.


Material Used :

1. Precast Concrete Countertop: Mark Lacko of Betonas

2. Aluminum Frame Windows: Schuco

3. Modular Carpet: Lees Carpet

4. Luxury Vinyl Tile Flooring: Armstrong

5. Glazed Ceramic Tile Flooring: Dal-Tile

6. Suspended Ceiling Grid: Armstrong

7. Plumbing Fixtures: American Standard

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