Pinebrook Tennis Center Reopens
The New Rochelle Department of Parks and Recreation held a ribbon-cutting ceremony to celebrate the new and improved tennis courts at Pinebrook Tennis Center. After being closed for a year for renovations, Pinebrook Tennis Center now has:
• 8 brand-new Laykold courts, with two lined for pickleball
• Post-tensioned concrete, sealed and finished surface
• US Open-color playing surface and white court lines
• New tennis posts & nets
• new fencing, bleachers and benches.
The Center’s restrooms have also been painted and surrounding areas paved. The renovations totaled $1.1 million.
“The recent improvements at the Pinebrook Tennis Center truly change the face of this facility,” said Commissioner Vin Parise. “The total reconstruction of the tennis courts, a new foundation identical to the US Open courts, along with the installation of new fencing, allows New Rochelle residents to play at a top notch tennis facility. We are equally excited about the addition of pickleball courts, a sport that is growing in popularity by the day!”
“The restoration of the Pinebrook Tennis Center is a great example of New Rochelle’s commitment to investing in our future. Players throughout our community will now be able to enjoy a premier recreational facility for decades to come,” said Mayor Noam Bramson.
Annual tennis cards are available to New Rochelle residents. To renew or purchase a card, visit New Rochelle Parks office at 515 North Ave. Monday – Friday, 830am-430pm, or email email@example.com. To learn more visit www.NewRochelleNY.com/Tennis.
Additionally, tennis lessons & camps are offered through a partnership with USA Sport Group.
The next phase will focus on the steps/main entrance to the facility, paving of the parking lot and the restructure of the paddle courts. All are planned to be addressed in the 2022 capital project.