The club moves from mid-Manhattan to the present Clubhouse site in the Southeast Bronx, an area of dire need.
A much needed swimming pool and two classrooms are added to facilities to help accommodate a membership of 2,000 boys.
A second major facilities expansion occurs with additions including a 9,000 square foot auditorium and outdoor recreation area.
The Board changes the Club's name to Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club, reflecting what is already a reality.
Through Outreach 91-94, the Club's operation extends to 6 days, satellite clubs are established at 3 public schools and participation of handicapped children increases.
Daniel Quintero is selected as Executive Director after a national search. A Bronx native, he is the first Kips Bay alumnus to lead the organization.
The club completes a comprehensive 2-year renovation program. Results include a new dance studio, lighted outdoor basketball courts and a refurbished educational center.
In partnership with HELP (Housing Enterprise for the Less Privileged), we initiate services at two HELP shelters for the homeless in the South Bronx.
Additional funding will be provided by Community School District #8 to provide service in three additional homeless shelters.
Ground is broken for the new Sports Complex to include the area's only ice skating rink.
Sports Complex (Ice Rink & Dome) is completed.
New direct service sites established at New York City Housing Authority Community Centers at Castle Hill Houses and Throggs Neck Houses
Long term lease secured for Camp Sebago in Harriman State Park. Day camping initiated in that Summer 2006
Residential camping initiated at Camp Sebago. Need and Population Served by Kips Bay addresses many critical needs of children, adolescents and young adults.