In 2015, the Staten Island Museum reopened in the renovated Building A at the Snug Harbor Cultural Center and Botanical Garden and shortly after turned to rehabilitating Building B to accommodate its expansion. Building B, one of five Greek revival structures built on the property in the mid-nineteenth century, originally served as dormitories for retired sailors at Snug Harbor. The building is a New York City Landmark and listed on the State and National Register of Historic Buildings. Renovation work was started in the 1980s, but never completed, and the building remained empty for over thirty years. SGH investigated the condition of the existing structure, analyzed its capacity, and designed structural modifications.