Facilities: Hill Campus

GOAL: $18,000,000-24,000,000

Aquatic Center: $6,000,000 (naming for entire building)
  • Terrace: $250,000
  • Locker Rooms (2 available): $250,000/ea
  • Spectator Grandstand: $250,000^
    • Grandstand Benches (2 available): $20,000/ea
    • Spectator Bench: $10,000
  • Scoreboard and Timing System: $100,000
  • Aquatic Director's Office: $75,000
  • Pool Lanes (4 available): $50,000/ea

Zambetti Center

  • Main Gymnasium
    • Grandstand (window side): $250,000
      • Seats (600): $1,500/ea (all seat donors named on plaque)
    • LED Scorers' Table: $25,000
  • Training Gymnasium
    • Score Board: $100,000
    • Batting Cages: $100,000
    • Spectator Seating: $100,000
    • Scorers' Table: $25,000
  • Awards Corridor: $1,000,000
  • Elevator: $500,000
  • Athletic Education Office Suite: $500,000
    • Athletic Director Office: $150,000
    • Physical Education Office: $100,000
    • Athletic Staff Office: $100,000
  • Team and Locker Room Floor: $1,500,000
    • Girls' Locker Room: $250,000
    • Faculty Locker Rooms (2 available): $50,000
    • Gender Neutral Locker Room: $50,000

Hackett Hall

  • Boocock Library Learning Center: $1,000,000
    • Sections of Center: $250,000 – $500,000/ea
    • Study Carrels: $10,000/ea
  • Head of Middle School Suite: $350,000
  • Classrooms: $250,000/ea
  • Infirmary: $200,000

Mow

  • Learning and Innovation Center: $750,000
  • Mow Front Lobby: $350,000
  • College Office Suite: $250,000^
  • Deans’ Suite: $250,000
  • Conference Room: $250,000
  • Atrium to second floor: $250,000
  • Classrooms: $250,000 – 350,000/ea
  • Benches in Senior Courtyard: $5,000/ea

John R. Johnson Student Center

  • Cafeteria: $2,000,000
  • Servery: $1,000,000
  • Hallway outside cafeteria (toward Hackett): $200,000

Jeslo Harris Theater

  • Theater Lobby: $750,000
  • Stage: $500,000
  • Theater Seats: $1,500/ea (all seat donors named on plaque)

9-10 Building

  • Classrooms: $250,000 – 350,000/ea
  • Faculty Room: $250,000
  • Deans’ Offices: $100,000/ea

Lindenbaum Arts Center

  • Recording Studio: $350,000
  • Photography Studio: $350,000
  • Classrooms/Studios: $250,000 – 350,000/ea
  • Department Offices: $100,000/ea
  • Practice Rooms: $50,000/ea

Weinstein Science Building

  • Media Room: $500,000
  • Classrooms/Labs: $350,000/ea

Alumni Field (behind Vinik): $1,000,000

Tennis Center

  • Individual Courts (3 available): $75,000/ea

Bertino Field

  • Spectator Seating: $750,000
  • Field Shed: $25,000

Main Gate and Guard House: $500,000

Bus Turnaround: $250,000

Jones Lawn: $250,000

Head of School’s Home (Tower House): $1,500,000 (naming for entire building)

  • Living Room: $500,000
  • Dining Room: $200,000
  • The Tower: $200,000

Faculty Houses (5 available): $750,000/ea

McClanahan House (to be renamed): $1,000,000

Gate and Guard House in front of Vinik: $100,000

Vinik Hall

  • Conference Room (third floor): $350,000
  • Admission Office Parlor: $350,000^
  • Office of Director of Admissions: $100,000
  • Office of Chief Development Officer: $100,000
  • Archive/Records Room: $50,000
  • Alumni Affairs and other Offices: $50,000/ea

Mundelein (to be renamed): $1,000,000 (naming for entire building)

  • Finance Office Suite: $250,000
  • Day Care Center: $250,000
  • Office of Director of Finance: $100,000
  • Day Care Playground: $50,000

Bold indicates new construction.
^ Indicates donor approval pending.

For More Information

Bobbi Mark
Chief Development Officer
718-519-2706
bmark@riverdale.edu

Ann Grasing
Senior Director of Development
718-519-2786
agrasing@riverdale.edu

Gina M. Cantelmo
Development Officer
718-519-2722
gcantelmo@riverdale.edu

Alicia Sells
Development Officer
718-519-2746
asells@riverdale.edu

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